Carney Says U.S. Doesn't Spy for Economic Advantage

Oct. 28 (Bloomberg) -- White House Press Secretary talks about U.S. National Security Agency surveillance programs including the hacking of German Chancellor Angela Merkel's mobile phone in 2010. Carney, speaking at the daily White House news conference in Washington, also discusses problems with the website that helps people compare and enroll in insurance plans under the Affordable Care Act. (Source: Bloomberg)

Going Off the Beaten Track for Japanese Stocks
26:41 - Foreign investors who helped fuel a three-year rally in Japanese stocks are now looking elsewhere for returns. Nomura says investors are keen on smaller, but interesting stocks rather than stay with the tried and tested. Bloomberg's Russell Ward reports on "Asia Edge." (Source: Bloomberg)
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