How a Nuclear Bomb Is Made... and How to Stop It

Nov. 26 (Bloomberg) –- The landmark deal that freezes Iran's nuclear program could be a step in the direction of peace in the Middle East. But just how close is Iran to actually making a nuclear bomb? And how exactly would they do it? Bloomberg contributing editor and former White house security adviser Richard Falkenrath has more. (Source: Bloomberg)
Are We in a World of Quantitative Tightening?
10:42 - The great global monetary tightening of 2015 is under way, but it’s not being led by the Federal Reserve. Even as U.S. policy makers ponder whether to raise interest rates this month, one recent source of central bank liquidity in financial markets is drying up and the loss of it partly explains August’s trading volatility. Deutsche Bank Global Co-Head of FX Research George Saravelos shares his views with Bloomberg’s Manus Cranny and Francine Lacqua on "The Pulse."
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