Obesity Drug Access Wanting; Banking Clarity
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Obesity Doctors Envisage More Access; Hurdles Persist -- Michael Shah talks about the findings from his survey of 100 doctors about the biggest weight-loss drugs. Canada Banks Might Need Charges to Boost Leverage -- Paul Gulberg explains why the banks may build additional loan provisions and face other challenges. Regional Banks Find Clarity as Debt, Capital Rules Unveiled -- Herman Chan says tougher regulations regarding capital and long-term debt look manageable. Aldi Aims to Be Bigger Contender in Battle for US Grocery Share -- Jen Bartashus says Aldi's deal for Winn-Dixie and Harveys supermarkets will compete with Publix, Walmart and Kroger. It's Up to Meta and Alphabet to Keep Communications Rolling -- Michael Casper lays out the challenges for this top-performing sector. The Bloomberg Intelligence radio show with Paul Sweeney and Alix Steel podcasts through Apple’s iTunes, Spotify and Luminary. It broadcasts on Saturdays and Sundays at noon on Bloomberg’s flagship station WBBR (1130 AM) in New York, 106.1 FM/1330 AM in Boston, 99.1 FM in Washington, 960 AM in the San Francisco area, channel 119 on SiriusXM, www.bloombergradio.com, and iPhone and Android mobile apps. Bloomberg Intelligence, the research arm of Bloomberg L.P., has more than 400 professionals who provide in-depth analysis on more than 2,000 companies and 135 industries while considering strategic, equity and credit perspectives. BI also provides interactive data from over 500 independent contributors. It is available exclusively for Bloomberg Terminal subscribers. Run BI .  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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