S&P's Chambers on U.S. Rating, Sequestration, Fed

March 1 (Bloomberg) -- John Chambers, managing director of sovereign ratings at Standard & Poor’s, talks about the potential effects of automatic federal spending cuts, political "dysfunctionality" and the U.S.'s credit rating. Chambers also discusses the U.S. economic outlook and Federal Reserve monetary policy. He spoke with Bloomberg Television's Sara Eisen. (Source: Bloomberg)

Terra Firma's Hands Says Britain Lost Control of Economy
30:34 - Guy Hands, chairman and chief investment officer at Terra Firma Capital Partners, discusses Theresa May's business policies, the U.K. election campaign and his investment strategy. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: European Open." (Source: Bloomberg)
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