The World's Most Expensive Place to Buy a House
The priciest place in the world to buy property is the French Riviera. Bloomberg's Olivia Sterns has been discovering what you can get for your money.
Most Recent Videos
Roubini: Markets Underprice Trump Policy Ramifications
04:33 - NYU Stern School Professor Nouriel Roubini explains what markets are missing about the policies of President-elect Donald Trump, and looks at the spread of populism as he sees a "meaningful chance" Marine Le Pen wins election in France and the paradox in the tone of China and the U.S. on trade. He speaks from the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)