Oil Holds Key to Food Prices Over Next 10 Years

July 11 (Bloomberg) -- In today's "Off The Charts," Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu reports that the OECD predicts higher food prices over the next 10 years due to oil and looks at the impact if oil instead falls 25 percent. She speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Market Makers."

Hong Kong Tycoon Says Property Rebound Could Last Years
35:50 - Hong Kong’s richest man signaled that the property rebound that’s been pushing up prices in the world’s most expensive housing market could persist for as long as two years as growing demand outweighs government curbs. Bloomberg's Prudence Ho reports on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
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