Working Undercover in the Stolen Art World

May 20 (Bloomberg) -- The art market has become increasingly more attractive to investors, who are spending more than $56 billion at auctions so far this year. But art crime is its own big business. By some estimates as much as $8 billion in masterpieces are stolen each year. Bloomberg's Phil Mattingly takes a look at the FBI team tasked in tracking down missing masterpieces. (Source: Bloomberg)

Will the Bank of Japan Act as the Yen Soars?
54:22 - Jesper Koll, chief executive officer at WisdomTree Japan, discusses the soaring yen, the Bank of Japan's next move and the upcoming tax hike. He speaks to Bloomberg's Rishaad Salamat on "Trending Business." (Source: Bloomberg)
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