Malloy Says Commuter Train Power Fix May Take Weeks

Sept. 25 (Bloomberg) -- Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy speaks at a news conference about the outlook for repairs to a downed power cable that snarled rail service between the state and New York, and forced Amtrak to halt some Acela Express service. Consolidated Edison Inc. said it will take two to three weeks to complete repairs and that the utility is working with Metro-North railroad to try to establish “alternative power sources” to serve the New Haven Line, which runs between Grand Central Station and New Haven, Connecticut. (This report is an excerpt. Source: Bloomberg)

Will the Bank of Japan Act as the Yen Soars?
21:11 - Jesper Koll, chief executive officer at WisdomTree Japan, discusses the soaring yen, the Bank of Japan's next move and the upcoming tax hike. He speaks to Bloomberg's Rishaad Salamat on "Trending Business." (Source: Bloomberg)
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