Capital One Fined by CFPB, Syrian Officials Killed

July 18 (Bloomberg) -- In "Top Headlines," Bloomberg's Sara Eisen reports on today's top stories including Capital One paying $210 in fines over deceptive marketing tactics in the first major fine handed out by the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Bank of America posts a profit of $2.5 Billion while seeing record demand for refunds from faulty mortgages and key Syrian officials are killed in a bomb attack. She speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Money Moves."
High-Yield Feels 'Substantial' Commodity Pressure: Wagner
22:26 - Tom Wagner, co-founder at KnightHead Capital, discusses pressure on the high-yield market and the continued strength of hedge funds. He speaks on "Bloomberg ‹GO›" (Source: Bloomberg)
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