Gaud on China's Economy, Credit Outlook, Market

March 10 (Bloomberg) -- David Gaud, a Hong Kong-based senior money manager at Edmond de Rothschild Asset Management, talks about China's credit market, economic and financial market outlook. Shanghai Chaori Solar Energy Science & Technology Co. became the first company to default in China after failing to pay full interest due last week on onshore bonds. Gaud speaks with Mia Saini on Bloomberg Television's "First Up." (Source: Bloomberg)

Carlyle's Profit Declines 57% on Slow Asset Sales
33:26 - Carlyle Group LP said fourth-quarter profit declined 57 percent as asset sales slowed and its holdings didn’t appreciate as quickly as a year earlier. The firm said it will buy back as much as $200 million in its stock. (Source: Bloomberg)
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