Flint Balances Books At Cost of Citizen Services

March 27 (Bloomberg) -- Edward Kurtz, emergency manager of Flint, Michigan, talks with Bloomberg's Mark Niquette about the city's performance under the state's emergency-manager law and the outlook for the community's viability. Flint is among six Michigan cities that have state-appointed fiscal managers with ultimate authority to operate and restructure them, sell assets and alter union contracts. (Source: Bloomberg)

Market Expectations for a Fed Rate Hike
21:02 - The dollar erased its 2016 loss versus the euro and the outlook for higher relative interest rates may prove strong enough for the greenback to overcome historical patterns that signal its gains are overdone. The U.S. currency rose for a third week on renewed bets among investors and traders that the Federal Reserve will find the scope to raise rates by December. Commerzbank Global Equities Economist Peter Dixon discusses with Mark Barton on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
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