1972 U.S. Basketball Captain Says No to Silver

July 23 (Bloomberg) -- Kenny Davis, who captained the U.S. men's basketball team at the 1972 Munich Olympics, talks about the gold-medal game between the U.S. and the Soviet Union. After a questionable ruling put more time on the clock and gave the Soviets two extra chances, the USSR upset the U.S. 51-50 in one of the most disputed finishes in international basketball history. This story is featured in the September issue of Bloomberg Markets magazine. Maureen Damer reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

Brexit and the British Banking Sector
20:57 - Barclays Plc is prepared to shift some of its London operations and jobs to other European Union cities if the U.K. loses passporting rights after the Brexit vote, Chief Executive Officer Jes Staley said. Britain’s vote to leave the EU last month has thrown London’s future as the world’s preeminent financial center into doubt. While new Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond has said he’ll fight to support the financial industry in the City of London and retain passporting rights in exit talks, analysts have questioned whether that’s possible. HSBC Holdings Plc Chairman Douglas Flinthas said the firm will have to relocate 1,000 employees to Paris if passporting rights are lost. British Bankers Association CEO Anthony Browne discusses with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua on "The Pulse."
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