Egyptian Hopes Dashed by Violence, Security Erosion

May 8 (Bloomberg) -- Two years after the fall of President Hosni Mubarak, the proliferation of weapons and a spate of vigilante killings, violence and sexual attacks are eclipsing the hope born from the revolt in Egypt. Fueled by political deadlock and economic stagnation, the security breakdown threatens to put solutions beyond the reach of President Mohamed Mursi. (This report contains graphic violence. Source: Bloomberg)

Wall Street Frets Over Health Vote's Impact
29:58 - 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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