Food Inflation Seen Rising 4.5% in 2013 on Drought

July 25 (Bloomberg) -- The brunt of the impact on U.S. food prices from the worst drought since the 1950s may not be felt until next year, when consumers could pay as much as 4.5 percent more. Bloomberg's Alan Bjerga reports on Bloomberg Television's "Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)

Pressure’s on China After FX Reserves Drop $99.5B
34:14 - BlackRock head of emerging markets Jeff Shen discusses China’s growth challange with Alix Steel on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
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