Obama Attends Prayer Service to Start Second Term

Jan. 22 (Bloomberg) -- President Barack Obama began the first day of his second four-year term at a prayer service meant to underscore the nation's diversity of faith. Obama was joined by Vice President Joe Biden at Washington National Cathedral, which has served as the backdrop for U.S. leaders in times of celebration, crisis or sorrow. The interfaith service included voices from several Christian denominations as well as Islam, Judaism and Sikhism. (Source: Bloomberg)

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50:32 - John Wraith, UBS head of U.K. rates strategy, discusses the factors impacting the U.K. economy with Bloomberg's Guy Johnson on "Countdown." (Source: Bloomberg)
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