First Images of Giant Hurricane Swallowing Saturn

April 30 (Bloomberg) -- NASA's Cassini craft has captured the first images of a giant hurricane hovering above Saturn's atmosphere. The eye of the storm is 1,250 miles wide -- that's 20 times the size of the average on Earth, according to the agency. Because the storm is on Saturn, it's not filled with water, just water vapor.
ETFs Display Best and Worst of Markets in Selloff
59:33 - Bloomberg's Eric Balchunas explains the wild ride for ETFs during Monday's stock market selloff and why it has drawn the attention of market regulators. He speaks on "Market Makers." (Source: Bloomberg)
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