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Hayes Poised to Challenge 14-Year Libor Sentence, Conviction

Tom Hayes, the former UBS Group AG trader given a 14 year-prison term for manipulating Libor, returns to court this week to try to persuade the U.K.’s top judge to overturn one of the longest sentences ever issued in Britain for a white-collar crime.


How to Find -- and Afford -- Your Second Act


$5.7 billion

The Internal Revenue Service collected about that much in 2011 from penalties for early withdrawals from 401(k) retirement savings accounts

Videos: In The Money

The Risks and Rewards of Argentina's Bond Market

Alberto Gallo, head of macro credit research at RBS, discusses bonds investment in Argentina with expected economic changes from President-elect Mauricio Macri and offers his global bond market outlook. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)

COP21 Climate Conference: What It Means for Markets

Michele Giddens, partner and co-founder at Bridges Ventures, and Patrick Armstrong, chief investment officer at Plurimi Investment Managers, discuss the U.N. summit on climate change and what it means for the markets and investments. They speak to Bloomberg's Guy Johnson on "Countdown." (Source: Bloomberg)

How to Play Retail ETFs

Bloomberg's Erik Balchunas reports on retail and China ETFs. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)

Battle of the Charts: Retail Traffic, Euro Versus Dollar

On today's "Battle of the Charts," Bloomberg's Julie Hyman takes a look at retail sales while Bloomberg's Mark Barton explores whether the euro will reach parity with the U.S. dollar. They speak on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)