Berber, Loser, Worms on Mexico Versus Brazil

July 10 (Bloomberg) -- Benito Berber, Latin America strategist at Nomura Holdings Inc., Claudio Loser, founder of Centennial Group Latin America, Marcos Troyjo, co-director of BRIC Lab at Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs, and James Worms, chairman and chief executive officer of Paladin Realty Partners LLC, participate in a panel discussion comparing the economies of Mexico and Brazil, and strategy for both countries. Bloomberg's Laura Zelenko moderates the panel at the Bloomberg Link Mexico Conference in New York. (Source: Bloomberg)
Pollution Permits Buck Commodity Slump
23:40 - There is one small corner of the commodities markets that is bucking the current slump. Prices for carbon emission credits in Europe have jumped nearly 10% this year. Bloomberg's Nathaniel Bullard reports on "Asia Edge." (Source: Bloomberg)
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