Feb. 28 Greek Deadline Is `Artificial': Syriza Adviser

Jan. 13 (Bloomberg) -- There is no urgency to negotiate an extension to Greece's bailout before the aid expires on Feb. 28, says Yanis Varoufakis, a professor at the University of Athens and an economic adviser to Greece's opposition Syriza party. "It's a politically determined, arbitrary date that needs to be extended, and can be extended," he told Guy Johnson and Francine Lacqua on Bloomberg Television's "The Pulse."

BOE's Shafik Speaks on Monetary Policy, Economy
46:13 - Nemat Shafik, Bank of England Deputy Governor for Markets and Banking, gives a speech on monetary policy and the economy at the Bloomberg Markets Most Influential Summit in London. Following her speech she is interviewed by John Micklethwait, Bloomberg's Editor-in-Chief. (Source: Bloomberg)
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