BofA Says China Trade Surplus About $6B, Not $61B

May 21 (Bloomberg) -- China’s trade surplus is one-tenth the official $61 billion reported so far this year after accounting for fake transactions used to disguise hot-money inflows, Bank of America says. Stephen Engle reports on Bloomberg Television's "First Up."(Source: Bloomberg)
EU Can’t Set Exit Precedent With Greece: Bill Street
57:05 - Bill Street of State Street Global Advisors discusses the prospects of a compromise on Greek debt and the global economic impact of a U.S. rate hike along with cheaper oil prices. He speaks on “On The Move.” (Source: Bloomberg)
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