SocGen's Cabannes Says Future Still Looks Volatile

Nov. 8 (Bloomberg) -- Severin Cabannes, deputy chief executive officer of Societe Generale SA, discusses third-quarter earnings, cost-cutting initiatives and financial-market volatility. He speaks with Bloomberg Television's Caroline Connan in Paris. (Source: Bloomberg)

Wall Street Frets Over Health Vote's Impact
32:21 - The S&P 500 Index sought to rebound from its worst selloff of the Trump era, while demand for traditional safe havens like Treasuries and the yen remained robust as Congress scrambled to win support for a Republican health-care bill. Bloomberg's Dani Burger has more on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
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