Reynolds: Markets Look to Washington for Guidance

Nov. 7 (Bloomberg) – James Reynolds CEO at Loop Capital Markets, talks with Bloomberg’s Betty Liu about the markets watching Washington, D.C. for guidance in the first few weeks after the election. He speaks on Blomberg Television’s “In The Loop.”

GM Accused of Using VW-Like Defeat Devices
34:34 - General Motors Co. was sued for allegedly putting defeat devices in its trucks to beat emissions tests, the sixth carmaker accused of diesel cheating since 2015, when Volkswagen AG admitted to installing software to bypass pollution rules. Bloomberg's Jamie Butters reports on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
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