Why France Has More to Lose as Euro 2016 Kicks Off

Soccer fans arriving in Paris on Friday for the opening game of the 2016 European championships may stumble on trash left uncollected by striking garbage collectors. That’s if their trains haven’t been cancelled because of a rail workers’ strike. As 10 cities across France prepare for 2.5 million spectators for the month long, 51-match tournament, airline pilots and energy workers are among others threatening walkouts that could disrupt the biggest football championship after the World Cup. Sports economist and author Bastien Drut discusses the economics of the tournament with Bloomberg's Caroline Connan in Paris.

UBS' Orcel Says People May Not Want to Move Due to Brexit
29:47 - We could see some banks shifting operations out of London to other European cities as a result of Brexit. UBS's Andrea Orcel says it's possible some banks could quit the industry all together. He spoke exclusively with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker. (Source: Bloomberg)
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