Pricey Parking in Hong Kong Could Cost $400,000

Homes in Hong Kong are tough to buy with curbs on the real-estate market, so investors are moving into parking spots. One recently went for $400,000.

Abengoa's Bondholders Jumping Ship
39:02 - Creditors of the troubled Spanish renewable energy company, Abengoa, are facing tough choices this morning. They're being told to dump their holdings in the firm or take their chances in an eventual settlement. Abengoa has been teetering on the edge of becoming Spain's biggest corporate bankruptcy. Bloomberg's Rodrigo Orihuela reports on "Countdown." (Source: Bloomberg)
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