Australian Wildfires Force State of Emergency

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Oct. 21 (Bloomberg) -- In today's "First Look," Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu highlights the photos illustrating headlines from around the world. He speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Surveillance."

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Let's do some photos that are in the news.

David herro, feel free to weigh in.

Australia -- a state of emergency.

Exhausted firefighters from australia in the shot taking a break during the back burning operations being carried out across australia.

66 fires continue to burn.

There is a state of emergency around the area of sydney.

Already 200 and 50,000 -- 250,000 acres of land.

And this is the most populous state of australia as well.

By the way, there is a statistic, 85% or 90% of the people in australia live within a couple miles of the coast.

It is a very barren interior.

A lot of iron ore and coal mining.

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One of our -- of our top 10 holdings is an australian company.

Their pension money goes into assets, very different than social security, pay-as-you-go.

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And very big on the european stocks as well.

And jpmorgan as well.

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