DOJ Investigation, FSA Oversight in Libor Scandal

Sept. 28 (Bloomberg) -- In "Street News," Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu reports on today's top stories including the U.S. Justice Department asks for access to London traders in its Libor investigation, the U.K.'s FSA rolls out Libor reforms, a new poll finds President Obama moving ahead of challenger Mitt Romney in key swing states and NFL referees received a standing ovation as they returned to action last night in Baltimore. She speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Surveillance."

Searching the Bond Market For Clues on Rates
10:15 - Sovereign bonds surged, sending the Japanese benchmark 10-year yield below zero for the first time, as investors seeking the safest assets gorged on government debt. Treasury yields dropped to a one-year low in the rush to refuge from a worldwide stock rout. Traders pared the odds the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates this year to 30 percent, before Chair Janet Yellen begins her two-day testimony to Congress on Wednesday. BNP Paribas Senior Investment Strategist Daniel Morris. joined “On the Move” host Jonathan Ferro to discuss.
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