Rice's Actions in Trump Intelligence May Be Improper, Lake Says
Published April 4, 2017
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    Bloomberg View columnist Eli Lake says Susan Rice's actions may not be illegal but improper is another question. Prior to that, Bob Hormats, the former Goldman Sachs executive and State Department official who is now vice-chairman at Kissinger Associates, says Trump doesn't know much about China and will have to listen to President Xi Jinping when they meet later this week. Tim Armstrong says he picked the name Oath for Yahoo and AOL's re-branding to show commitment to businesses and consumers. Alan Ruskin, Deutsche Bank's co-head of FX research, says the South African rand isn't a currency for rookie FX traders. Finally, Itay Michaeli, an auto analyst at Citigroup, says there's not an auto bubble for lending with subprime loans.
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