U.K. Labour Calls for More `Grit' in Takeover Rules

Nov. 28 (Bloomberg) -- Chuka Umunna, business spokesman for the U.K. opposition Labour Party, discusses rules on takeovers, foreign ownership of British companies and London as the worlds "preeminent" financial services center. He speaks from London with Guy Johnson and Francine Lacqua on Bloomberg Television's "City Central." (Source: Bloomberg)

The Dollar is Doing the Fed's Work for It, Says Gartside
56:32 - The dollar rally has peaked and U.S. yields are headed lower as the Federal Reserve limits itself to one interest rate increase per year, according to one of the world’s largest money managers. The Fed will only tighten to a terminal rate of about 1 percent “tops,” with the next hike coming in December, Nicholas Gartside, the London-based chief investment officer for fixed-income at JPMorgan Asset Management said in an interview in Tokyo last week. Gartside explains to Anna Edwards and Manus Cranny on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe."
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