Bank Liquidity Rules, Google's Schmidt in N. Korea

Jan. 7 (Bloomberg) -- In today's "Global Outlook" Bloomberg's Deirdre Bolton reports that global central bank leaders have voted to ease liquidity rules, Google Chairman Eric Schmidt arrives in North Korea and French actor Gerard Depardieu had dinner with Russia's President Vladimir Putin after receiving his Russian passport as he fights against taxes in France. She speaks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."
Obama: Commitment to Israel's Security Is 'Unshakeable'
44:06 - President Barack Obama speaks about U.S. relations with Israel and negotiations with Iran over its nuclear program. Obama speaks at Adas Israel, one of Washington's oldest and biggest synagogues, in an address timed to a celebration of Jewish-American Heritage Month. (Source: Bloomberg)
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