Gold Restrictions Fuel Black Market in India

Jan. 2 (Bloomberg) -- The Indian government wants to cut gold imports to 800 tons by the end of the financial year, down more than five percent from the previous period. The restrictions are aimed at closing a widening current account deficit but, as Paul Allen reports, the authorities are facing a tough and traditional foe. (Source: Bloomberg)
Avon Calling on Global Markets to Expand Legacy Brand
27:29 - Sheri McCoy, chief executive officer at Avon Products, talks about the progress of the company’s turnaround plan, the global nature of their business and growth opportunities with men and the millennial generation. She speaks on “Market Makers.” (Source: Bloomberg)
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