Starbucks Asks Customers to Leave Guns at Home

Sept. 19 (Bloomberg) -- Starbucks is asking gun owners to leave their weapons at home or in their cars, reversing its stance after being caught in the political debate over gun rights in the U.S. MGP & Associates PR President and Senior Counselor Mike paul speaks with Betty Liu on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)

Why Are Saudi Banks Being Probed About FX Forwards?
50:45 - Banks in Saudi Arabia are coming under fresh pressure over products that allow speculators to bet against the kingdom’s currency peg, according to people with knowledge of the matter. The Saudi Arabia Monetary Agency has asked lenders to explain why they are offering dollar-riyal forward structured products to customers less than four months after the regulator banned options contracts that let speculators place wagers on a currency devaluation, the people said. Bloomberg's Lyubov Pronina reports on "Countdown."
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