Boston Bombing Suspect May Be Hiding in a Boat

April 19 (Bloomberg) -- Police moved to surround a house in Watertown, Massachusetts, where the second suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing may be hiding, a federal law enforcement official said. The suspect was in a boat stored in the backyard of the home and shots were fired. Watertown, MA resident George Pizzuto speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Bottom Line." (Source: Bloomberg)

U.K. Would Do 'So Much Better' Outside EU, Says Hoey
12:34 - The corporate-bond market is signaling that investors expect U.K. voters to reject leaving the European Union. Growing confidence that the nation will avoid a Brexit, and the resulting economic uncertainty, means investors are accepting narrower premiums to hold debt denominated in sterling instead of euros. The new-issue market has also revived, with companies including Next Plc and Travelodge Hotels Ltd. selling 2.5 billion pounds ($3.6 billion) of bonds in the last three weeks, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. But Labour MP for Vauxhall Kate Hoey, who supports the vote the leave the EU, believes Britain would be stronger alone. Hoey spoke to "On the Move" host Guy Johnson.
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