Egyptian Army Downplays Talk of Military Coup

July 4 (Bloomberg) -- Egypt’s army has ousted President Mohamed Mursi after he defied mass protests calling for his resignation. The military also suspended the constitution in a move it said was aimed at restoring stability. Elliott Gotkine reports on Bloomberg Television's "Countdown."

Bankunited CEO: Bank 'Way More Conservative' in Lending
32:14 - John Kanas, chief executive officer and chairman at Bankunited, discusses the state of the small bank industry, changes made since the financial crisis, and how his bank has changed its lending habit. He speaks on "Bloomberg ‹GO›." (Source: Bloomberg)
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