`Centrist' Carmona Imperils Republican Senate Seat

Oct. 11 (Bloomberg) –- Richard Carmona, a Democrat, talks with Bloomberg’s Amanda J. Crawford about his U.S. Senate race against six-term Republican U.S. Representative Jeff Flake. Carmona, a former U.S. Surgeon General under President George W. Bush, has parlayed his bi-partisan background into a competitive run for the seat in Arizona being vacated by retiring Republican Jon Kyl. Arizona voters Janice Brunson, Amanda Trujillo, Peggy Garrison and Doug Smithe also speak with Crawford. (Source: Bloomberg)

What’s Next For Policy in Japan?
36:12 - The yen strengthened past 115 per dollar for the first time in more than a year and Japan’s benchmark 10-year yield fell in an unprecedented decline below zero as haven assets benefited from concern that global growth is fading. Bloomberg’s Brian Fowler and BNP Paribas Senior Investment Strategist Daniel Morris joined “On the Move” hosts Jonathan Ferro and Guy Johnson to discuss.
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