Allstate CEO Wilson on Youth Violence, Boston Bomb

April 16 (Bloomberg) -- Thomas Wilson, chief executive officer of Allstate Corp., talks about yesterday’s bombing at the Boston Marathon and his involvement in a program to raise $50 million to combat neighborhood violence in Chicago. Wilson speaks with Betty Liu on Bloomberg Television's "in the Loop." James Reynolds, chief executive officer of Loop Capital Markets LLC, and Dominic Chu of Bloomberg News also speak. (Source: Bloomberg)

Oil Prices Up to $45 'Already Priced into Loonie'
37:19 - Shaun Osborne, chief FX strategist at Scotiabank, joins Bloomberg TV Canada's Rudyard Griffiths to discuss why he thinks the Canadian dollar will weaken against the U.S. dollar for the rest of this year. (Source: Bloomberg)
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