Cyprus Saved After EU Deal Shuts Bank to Get $13B

March 25 (Bloomberg) -- Cyprus dodged a disorderly default and unprecedented exit from the euro currency by bowing to demands to shrink its banking system in exchange for a 10 billion-euro ($13 billion) bailout. David Tweed reports on Bloomberg Television's "Countdown." (Source: Bloomberg)
The Social Media Stars of Saudi Arabia
05:45 - Saudis are the biggest consumers of YouTube per capita in the world - and they're also big producers of content. In a country where official censorship is common, Bloomberg meets the CEO of U-turn, one of the country’s biggest producers of YouTube content.
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