NFIB's Dunkelberg on Small Business Optimism Index

Oct. 9 (Bloomberg) -- William Dunkelberg , chief economist for the National Federation of Independent Business, talks about the group's optimism index for September and the outlook for small businesses. The NFIB's optimism index fell to 92.8 from an August reading of 92.9, the Washington-based group said. Dunkelberg speaks with Tom Keene and Scarlet Fu on Bloomberg Television's "Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)

How In Control are Central Banks with FX, Growth?
52:49 - Australia’s dollar slid after the central bank cut interest rates to a record, wrong-footing hedge funds betting on the currency’s strength, as well as a majority of economists. Hedge funds betting on the currency’s gains have outnumbered those expecting declines since the middle of February. Negative rates adopted by central banks in Japan and Europe and waning expectations of interest-rate increases in the U.S. have supported the Aussie. Three Hills Capital Partners Founder Mauro Moretti discusses the outlook for currencies with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua on "the Pulse."
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