Case: Reports Suggest Things Have Stabilized

Feb. 1 (Bloomberg) -- Hiring increased in January after accelerating more than previously estimated at the end of 2012, evidence the U.S. labor market was making progress even as lawmakers quarreled over the federal budget. Revolution Chairman and CEO Steve Case speaks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)
No Surprise for China’s Slumping Imports?
32:01 - China’s imports extended the longest losing streak in six years, underscoring the headwinds to global growth from a rebalancing in the world’s second-largest economy. Asian shares, copper, the yuan and the Australian dollar weakened. Imports plunged 17.7 percent in yuan terms in September from a year earlier, widening from a 14.3 percent decrease in August and an 11th straight decline. Exports fell 1.1 percent in September in yuan terms, the customs administration said Tuesday, compared with a 6.1 percent drop in August.
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