The $100 Million Superhorse Powering the Kentucky Derby

The 142nd Kentucky Derby is on Saturday, when everyone will be watching what happens on the track. But it's the horses' bloodlines that are remarkable this year. Tapit has been leading sire for years and has three colts in the race but all the buzz is around up-and-coming sire Uncle Mo, whose first round of offspring will also have three colts in the race. The favorites are Nyquist, Mo Tom and Outwork. Mo's recent success has doubled the horses stud fee giving him a valuation his owners say is $100 million. Bloomberg's Michael Barr reports. (Corrects stud fee in voice-over and video updated with new voice-over.) (Source: Bloomberg)

Strategist Says Dollar Depends on Who Unwinds First
43:44 - In today's "Futures in Focus," Ted Seifried, chief market strategist at Zaner Group, and Bloomberg's Vonnie Quinn examine how the unwinding of the Federal Reserve and European Central Bank balance sheets can impact the U.S. dollar. They speak on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
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