World's Largest Aircraft Takes to the Skies 

A helium-filled craft, thought to be the the world's newest largest aircraft flew briefly for the first time on Wednesday over central England. The 92-metre Airlander 10, made by Hybrid Air Vehicles, is a hybrid of airship, helicopter and plane. Its designers say it can stay in the air for days at a time and is attracting attention from industries such as defence, mining and communications.

Yale's Stephen Roach Says China Has a Debt Problem
00:38 - Yale University Senior Fellow Stephen Roach discusses S&P's downgrade of China's sovereign credit rating. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)
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