Noda Says Japan to Act Against Disorderly Yen Moves

Oct. 10 (Bloomberg) -- Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda talks about the yen's strength, its impact on the local economy and the government's readiness to act against any disorderly gains for the currency. Noda speaks with Bloomberg's Matt Winkler and Brian Fowler in Tokyo. (This is an excerpt and a translation of Noda's remarks in Japanese. Source: Bloomberg)
Groupon's Sales Forecast Misses Analysts' Estimates
23:38 - Groupon posted revenue in the first quarter and forecast second-quarter sales that trailed analysts’ estimates, citing “significant headwinds from foreign exchange rates.” Bloomberg's Cory Johnson takes a look at the numbers on "Street Smart." (Source: Bloomberg)
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