Spain's Rajoy Called to Quit on Payment Allegations
Feb. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's David Tweed reports that Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy’s assurance that allegations of illegal payments are false failed to contain criticism, with the opposition demanding he step down to restore faith in the political class. He speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Countdown."
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38:20 - Emerging-market equities are heading for a period of calm, according to U.S. traders. The CBOE Emerging Markets ETF Volatility Index is hovering near the lowest level in a year. The projections for narrower price swings, derived from options bets on the biggest exchange-traded fund for developing stocks, come as investors grow increasingly confident that policy makers will be able to shore up global growth amid market turmoil from Turkey to the U.K. Bloomberg's Elena Popina has more on "What'd You Miss?" (Source: Bloomberg)