Obama Calls for Pause in Authorizing Syria Strikes

Sept. 10 (Bloomberg) -- President Barack Obama speaks about possible U.S. military action against Syria over Bashar al Assad's alleged use of chemical weapons. Obama, speaking to the nation from the White House, pulled the U.S. back from the brink of a military strike to pursue "encouraging signs" of a possible diplomatic solution. (Source: Bloomberg)
PBOC to Lower Rates, Has Room to Cut Reserve Ratio: Fan
12:41 - March 5 -- Fan Cheuk Wan, the chief investment officer for Asia Pacific at Credit Suisse Group AG's private banking and wealth management unit, talks about China's economy, government and central bank policies. China set the lowest economic growth target in more than 15 years and flagged increasing headwinds as leaders tackle the side effects of a generation-long expansion that spurred corruption, fueled debt and hurt the environment. Fan speaks with Rishaad Salamat and Angie Lau on Bloomberg Television's "Asia Edge."
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