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Trump Says Mueller Probe a 'Disaster' for U.S.

Trump Says Mueller Probe a 'Disaster' for U.S.

U..S. President Donald Trump discusses Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election. He made the comments during a news conference in Helsinki, Finland.
Trump Says U.S. to Compete With Russia for Europe Gas Market

Trump Says U.S. to Compete With Russia for Europe Gas Market

U.S. President Donald Trump eased his tone about a Russian natural gas pipeline to Germany after a one-on-one meeting with President Vladimir Putin, shifting from the harsh criticism he’d levied in
Putin Says He Agreed With Trump to Secure Syria Border With Israel

Putin Says He Agreed With Trump to Secure Syria Border With Israel

Russia has agreed with the U.S. to secure Israel’s Golan Heights frontier with Syria, a line set in 1974 at the end of their last war, Russian President Vladimir Putin said.
Trump Calls Mueller Probe ‘Disaster’ While Standing Next to Putin

Trump Calls Mueller Probe ‘Disaster’ While Standing Next to Putin

President Donald Trump called Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into Russian election meddling a “disaster” as he stood next to Vladimir Putin at a news conference in Helsinki on Monday.
May Wins Tight Commons Votes on Customs Bill: Brexit Update

May Wins Tight Commons Votes on Customs Bill: Brexit Update

Prime Minister Theresa May faces opposition to her Brexit plan from all sides and is fighting to put down a rebellion within her party.
Trade War Imperils World Growth as IMF Sees ‘Complacent’ Markets

Trade War Imperils World Growth as IMF Sees ‘Complacent’ Markets

Escalating trade tensions are threatening to derail a global upswing that’s already losing momentum amid weaker-than-expected growth in Europe and Japan as financial markets seem complacent to the
Trump Is Taking a Sledgehammer to World Order, Says Rasmussen's Schick

Trump Is Taking a Sledgehammer to World Order, Says Rasmussen's Schick

Nina Schick, director of data and polling at Rasmussen Global, discusses President Trump's meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki and what is expected to come from the meeting. She
Brexit Bulletin: Show of Strength

Brexit Bulletin: Show of Strength

Today in Brexit: Pro-Brexit hardliners are planning a show of strength this week in a bid to force Theresa May to change direction.
U.K. Unveils ‘Tempest’ Fighter Jet Model for Post-Brexit Era

U.K. Unveils ‘Tempest’ Fighter Jet Model for Post-Brexit Era

Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson unveiled a full-sized model of the U.K.’s new fighter jet at the Farnborough International Airshow, a bid to show Britain plans to remain a so-called Tier One
U.S. Trade Deficit With China Less Than Statistics Show, Says EFG's Murray

U.S. Trade Deficit With China Less Than Statistics Show, Says EFG's Murray

Daniel Murray, deputy CIO and global head of research at EFG Asset Management, discusses the trade spat between the U.S and China and the implications for markets. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets:
Duterte Push to Alter Constitution Bombs With Majority of Voters

Duterte Push to Alter Constitution Bombs With Majority of Voters

Two-thirds of Filipino voters remain opposed to President Rodrigo Duterte’s push to change the constitution and give more power to regional governments, according to a new poll.
Trump-Putin Helsinki Show Proceeds Under Shadow of Indictments

Trump-Putin Helsinki Show Proceeds Under Shadow of Indictments

President Donald Trump meets Vladimir Putin in Helsinki on Monday, under pressure to confront his Russian counterpart over Kremlin meddling in the 2016 election and with concerns rising about the
Trade Frictions to Remain in Short Term, Says Mirae Asset's Chadha

Trade Frictions to Remain in Short Term, Says Mirae Asset's Chadha

Rahul Chadha, chief investment officer at Mirae Asset Global Investments, discusses the impact of the U.S-China trade war on markets and his outlook for earnings. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets:
Beijing Is Girding for a Longer Fight, Says Peking University's Balding

Beijing Is Girding for a Longer Fight, Says Peking University's Balding

Christopher Balding, associate professor at Peking University HSBC Business School and Bloomberg Opinion columnist, discusses the impact of the U.S. trade tariffs on the Chinese economy. He speaks on
Another Week, Another Tory Showdown for Theresa May Over Brexit

Another Week, Another Tory Showdown for Theresa May Over Brexit

Theresa May’s long-running battle with her divided Conservative Party took a potentially more dangerous turn, as one of her former ministers began assembling lawmakers to vote against her Brexit
Trump Raises $17.7 Million for Campaign, Party in Second Quarter

Trump Raises $17.7 Million for Campaign, Party in Second Quarter

President Donald Trump raised $17.7 million during the second quarter through three committees that are backing his 2020 re-election bid, his campaign announced.
EU's Tusk Warns Trump Trade Wars Can Lead to ‘Hot Conflicts’

EU's Tusk Warns Trump Trade Wars Can Lead to ‘Hot Conflicts’

European Union President Donald Tusk called on Donald Trump to reform the world order rather than bring it down, warning that trade wars can lead to “hot conflicts.”
Theresa May Says Her Brexit Plan Supports Aerospace Companies Like Airbus

Theresa May Says Her Brexit Plan Supports Aerospace Companies Like Airbus

Prime Minister Theresa May, under pressure from the U.K. aerospace sector to deliver a Brexit deal that safeguards its competitiveness, will say her plan for leaving the European Union strengthens the
U.S., North Korea Discuss War Dead as Nukes Dispute Simmers

U.S., North Korea Discuss War Dead as Nukes Dispute Simmers

U.S. and North Korean officials met Sunday to discuss the return of remains of American soldiers killed almost seven decades ago during the Korean War, with the talks offering a chance to ease
Elon Musk Just Gave Almost $40,000 to Republican-Allied Group

Elon Musk Just Gave Almost $40,000 to Republican-Allied Group

Self-proclaimed socialist Elon Musk gave $38,900 to a political committee that supports House Republicans.