Senator Bennet's `No' Vote on the Fiscal Cliff Deal

Jan. 7 (Bloomberg) -- Senator Michael Bennet (D-CO) was one of three Democrats to vote against the fiscal cliff deal, arguing it fell short of reining in America's long-term debt. Host Peter Cook will talk with Bennet about the fiscal cliff fallout and the looming debt ceiling fight. Bloomberg congressional reporter Heidi Przybyla and Bloomberg Government senior finance analyst Cady North talk about the 113th Congress and the lawmakers with new power to impact business. And "Capitol Gains" profiles the head of a small federal agency winning praise from the business community, U.S. Trade and Development Agency Director Leocadia Zak.

Is a Yield Backlash Around the Corner?
16:50 - The Federal Reserve will refrain from raising interest rates this year and Treasuries are poised to rally, according to Amundi Asset Management, which oversees $1.1 trillion. U.S. policy makers, who meet Tuesday and Wednesday, will stay on hold as they struggle to spur inflation, said Eric Brard, the global head of fixed income. Treasuries will also benefit because they’re attractive compared to bonds in Japan and Europe, where yields are negative, Brard, who is based in Paris, said in an interview Monday in Singapore. Treasuries rose Tuesday. State Street Global Markets Global Head of Macro Strategy Michael Metcalfe discusses with "On the Move" hosts Manus Cranny in London and Caroline Hyde in Berlin.
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