Dec. 6 (Bloomberg) -- Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan talks about the selection of Mark Carney as the next governor of the Bank of England and the negotiations to avoid the year-end U.S. fiscal cliff of automatic budget cuts and tax increases.
Greenspan, speaking with Tom Keene, Sara Eisen and Michael McKee on Bloomberg Television's "Surveillance," also discusses the U.S. financial industry and economy. (Source: Bloomberg)
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Jan. 28 -- White House spokesman Eric Schultz talks about U.S. rules on liquefied natural gas exports. Schultz, speaking a White House news briefing, also comments on legislation sanctioning Iran and President Barack Obama's budget proposals. (Source: Bloomberg)
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