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Jan. 14 (Bloomberg) -- On today's "The Agenda," Tom Keene, Scarlet Fu and Cristina Alesci look at trending news stories on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)

Right now are we look at the stories shipping today.

Baby boomers -- i hate to bring this up -- sign up skewing older.

Ash sign of skewing older --sign up skewing older, p.j. o'rourke skewing older, tom keene skewing older.

I'm working out every day.

We're just not giving into it, are we?

This generation, we are going to be young forever.

The pharmaceutical industry is betting big on you guys.

They are, correctly.

We are not giving up.

We had so much fun as kids that we are not giving up.

Where dcs in 10 years -- where do you see us in 10 years?

Games for wheelchair-bound -- does that mean that me and scarlet have to pick up the bill for that?

In a way, we have to pay -- the short answer, absolutely.

Within your world travels from one of the solutions is a retirement plan, complete failure for the nation.

A we all going to move abroad?

Do we read 13 of your books about slumming in europe?

We will have to move to someplace cheap.

Either that, or the millennials will put us on a nice load.

Where is someplace cheap?

Europe isn't cheap.

Sochi looks good.

Central african republic.

You're going to have to learn how to ski, tom.

And then we will be paying for the cost of when you get your mri.

That would be true.

We want to bring our twitter question of the day into this conversation.

We asked everyone, can millennials fix problems caused by the baby boomers?

There is the optimist take.

Ah, payback.

That is going to be tough.

There is somebody who is still up, as opposed to somebody who was awake right now.

I read the wikipedia on phil vi -- velveeta cheese.

That is what you will live off of, tom.

Food of toledo, ohio.

Tom, you have got to head over to the radio trade . p.j., thank you.

I have my eye on the time warner deal.

We have been waiting for charter to make a move and put out its formal bid.

They did yesterday.

They took the offer directly to shareholders for $1.32, and obviously, we have time warner come out and say no way, you need to get -- you need to go higher.

This could drag on for weeks, months?

Months is probably a bit longer could both sides want to get this resolved sooner rather than later.

I have my eye on wells fargo, because earnings are coming out in just about four minutes from now.

Wells fargo is the u.s.'s biggest home lender.

Everyone is sitting in mortgage origination revenue, which is set to drop about 25% from last quarter because higher interest rates certainly one reason why.

The housing market is losing a little bit of steam, perhaps.

P.j. o'rourke joining us.

You have written this book "the baby boom." we could get hillary clinton as a presidential nominee in 2016. is she a baby boomer?


She and i are about the same age.

That would make 4 baby boomer presidents in a row.

We can count president obama as a baby boomer?

Oh, yeah.

He has a younger one, but it's '46 to '64. he seems more like a gen xer to me.

He wears mom jeans.

Hillary clinton as a baby president, is she going to turn the clock back?

No, i don't think so.

There is no turning the clock backwards.

But there will be more of this baby boom obfuscation.

One thing we cover on this program is technology.

One place i don't see a lot of baby boomers is in silicon

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