Red Sox COO Says Sellout Streak Could End in April

April 1 (Bloomberg) -- Sam Kennedy, chief operating officer of the Boston Red Sox, talks about the possibility that the team's home sellout streak will end in April and the outlook for attendance. The 793-game streak at Fenway Park, which currently has a capacity of about 37,500, began on May 15, 2003, making it the longest in Major League Baseball history. Kennedy spoke with Bloomberg's Mason Levinson on March 28. (Source: Bloomberg)
Riksbank Is Happy With Krona's Level, Ingves Says (Video)
44:25 - The Swedish Riksbank is "happy" with the current level of the krona, according to central bank governor Stefan Ingves. He spoke in an interview with Bloomberg's Amanda Billner in Stockholm after policy makers shied away from delivering additional stimulus measures. (Source: Bloomberg)
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