Banana Stains Most Baffle Consumer Goods Maker

Nov. 12 (Bloomberg) –- They make soap, shampoo and lose sleep over stains, but today Henkel, the German consumer goods company, is more focused on their earnings. Bloomberg international correspondent Hans Nichols recently visited their Duesseldorf headquarters to talk to CEO Kasper Rorsted about the company's longer-term strategy. (Source: Bloomberg)

What a Return of Volatility Might Mean for the Markets
50:34 - 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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