Obama to Seek Congress Approval of Strike on Syria

Aug. 31 (Bloomberg) -- President Barack Obama, having made a decision to take military action against Syria, says he will seek authorization from Congress before ordering an attack in response to Syria’s use of chemical weapons. Obama, speaking today from the Rose Garden at the White House, says he spoke with congressional leaders who agreed to schedule a debate and vote once lawmakers return from their recess on Sept. 9. (Source: Bloomberg)
What Matters Most to the Federal Reserve, Jobs or Wages?
30:47 - Alessandro Tentori, head of international rate strategy at Citigroup, discusses the potential timeline for a rate hike by the Federal Reserve, how quickly rates may climb, and the biggest threats to Fed policy. He speaks on "The Pulse." (Source: Bloomberg)
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