Obama Says Oklahoma to Get Aid Needed ‘Right Away'

May 21 (Bloomberg) -- President Barack Obama speaks about the federal government's efforts to help the people of Oklahoma after a mile-wide tornado ripped through the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore yesterday. Obama said he’s dispatched the head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency to the state, and that his administration has activated rescue teams and other resources to help. (Source: Bloomberg)
Global Markets: Strategies for the Long Trends
42:37 - Coutts & Co Global Chief Economist Mark McFarland discusses the key data that could move markets this week and what investors should be doing. He speaks to Bloomberg's Rishaad Salamat on "Trending Business." (Source: Bloomberg)
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