Malaysia Opposition's Anwar on Election Results

May 6 (Bloomberg) -- Malaysia's opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim talks about the fairness of election results and the nation's political situation. Prime Minister Najib Razak, whose coalition extended its 55-year rule, urged everyone to accept the results and called for national reconciliation. Anwar speaks with Susan Li on Bloomberg Television's "Asia Edge." (Source: Bloomberg)

Why Earnings Should be the Focus, Not Volatility
03:44 - Since its April low, the Chicago Board Options Exchange Volatility Index -- a gauge tracking U.S. equity swings -- has climbed 25 percent through Thursday, beating similar indexes for other asset classes, Bloomberg Tradebook highlighted in a note. While still much lower than at previous peak levels, the VIX’s average this year is the highest since 2011 amid concern over global growth, the timing of Federal Reserve interest-rate increases and lackluster earnings. AllianceBernstein Portfolio Manager Mark Phelps discusses market volatility with Bloomberg's Mark Barton on "The Pulse."
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