Who Else at Barclays Is Likely to Step Down?

July 3 (Bloomberg) -- Robert Diamond, the architect of Barclays Plc’s investment banking expansion, resigned as chief executive officer, succumbing to political pressure to go after the bank admitted to rigging global interest rates. Erik Schatzker reports on other executives likely to step down on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)

Saudi to Ease Stock Market Rules as Tadawul Plans IPO
26:28 - Saudi Arabia is taking more steps to open up its stock market. It's easing the rules to attract foreigners as it pushes to join the index of developing nation equities. Bloomberg's Matthew Martin reports on "Bloomberg Markets Middle East." (Source: Bloomberg)
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