Najib’s Money Politics Clampdown May Secure Job

April 23 (Bloomberg) -- Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak’s move in 2009 to open up his party’s leadership selection may prove a job-saver should he fail to boost its share of the vote in national elections next month. Haslinda Amin reports on Bloomberg Television's "First Up." (Source: Bloomberg)
Is It Deja Vu All Over Again for Stock, Bond Markets?
32:15 - Mark Travis, chief executive officer at Intrepid Capital, discusses what historical precedence says about equity and bond markets, the potential of Tesla Motors and where to find investment opportunities in energy. He speaks on “In The Loop.” Travis, his family and firm, own shares of Northern Oil & Gas. (Source: Bloomberg)
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