Ukraine Clashes Kill at Least 25, Violence Spreads

Feb. 19 (Bloomberg) -- Clashes in Ukraine between police and anti-government activists killed at least 25 people and left hundreds injured in the bloodiest episode of the country's three-month standoff. The government yesterday banned protests and vowed to use "all means" necessary to restore order. U.S. and European leaders condemned the violence, and some diplomats urged sanctions against the country's leaders. Ryan Chilcote reports with Anna Edwards on Bloomberg Television's "On the Move." (Source: Bloomberg)

IMF Backs Yuan: What This Means for China's Economy
07:14 - The IMF will add the yuan to its basket of reserve currencies, an international stamp of approval of the strides China has made integrating into a global economic system dominated for decades by the U.S., Europe and Japan. Bloomberg's Vincent Cignarella has more on what this means for China's economy. (Source: Bloomberg)
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