O'Neill on Retiring, Euro, Government Corruption

Feb. 7 (Bloomberg) -- Goldman Sachs Group Inc. economist Jim O’Neill talks to Bloomberg's Kathleen Hays about his plans to retire this year, and the outlook for Europe, China and the global economy. O’Neill, 55, will step down from his current role as chairman of the asset-management division, which he has held since 2010. (Source: Bloomberg)

What a Return of Volatility Might Mean for the Markets
50:36 - Are extended periods of low volatility warning signs of investor complacency and an impending correction? Jim Strugger, head of derivatives strategy at MKM Partners, appears on Bloomberg North to give his take on what a return of volatility might mean for the markets. (Source: Bloomberg)
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