Fannie's Future: Interview With CEO Mayopoulos

April 12 (Bloomberg) -- After a $116-billion dollar bailout, is Fannie Mae poised to pay taxpayers back? In an exclusive interview on Bloomberg Government's "Capitol Gains," Peter Cook talks with Fannie Mae President and CEO Tim Mayopoulos about the company's return to record profits and what that means for taxpayers investment. Mayopoulos also discusses the need for Congress and the administration to come up with an overhaul of the nation's housing finance system. (Source: Bloomberg)

Seoul Closes Gaeseong Complex Over Rocket Launch
14:01 - South Korea has promised a tough response to the North's rocket launch last weekend taking immediate economic action. It's closed their jointly operated Gaeseong Industrial Complex which will hit Pyongyang in the pocket. Bloomberg's Peter Pae reports on "Trending Business." (Source: Bloomberg)
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