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May Seeks Compromise to Head Off Brexit Rebels With Hours to Go

May Seeks Compromise to Head Off Brexit Rebels With Hours to Go

Theresa May damped down one rebellion by pro-European members of her Conservative Party but still risks a defeat on another as she fights for a compromise deal that can hold her divided party together
Trump Nears the Rubicon With Allies at NATO Summit in Four Weeks

Trump Nears the Rubicon With Allies at NATO Summit in Four Weeks

U.S. President Donald Trump’s outburst after the G-7 meeting in Canada raised questions over his commitment to his closest allies. Their next encounter could answer them.
A Youthful Nation Tiring of Its Aging Leaders Finds a Voice

A Youthful Nation Tiring of Its Aging Leaders Finds a Voice

A five-minute film that instantly became a YouTube hit is exposing the gulf between young Algerians agitating for change and an aging cabal of politicians readying to extend its rule over the oil-rich
U.K. Factory, Construction Data Cast Doubt Over Economy

U.K. Factory, Construction Data Cast Doubt Over Economy

U.K. manufacturing output fell the most in 5 1/2 years in April and construction posted a smaller-than- expected gain, casting fresh doubt over the health of the economy. The pound fell.
As Trump Tariffs Bite, Firms Dangle Cash Prizes in Lobbying Push

As Trump Tariffs Bite, Firms Dangle Cash Prizes in Lobbying Push

Some U.S. companies anxious for exclusions from Donald Trump’s tariffs are turning to creative ways to get the president’s attention.
Trump to Find Out If Bet on Kim Will Pay Off in Historic Summit

Trump to Find Out If Bet on Kim Will Pay Off in Historic Summit

President Donald Trump is about to see whether his bet on North Korea will pay off: that Kim Jong Un’s desire to end his country’s economic strangulation and pariah status will prevail over the
Brexit Bulletin: Rebellion Postponed?

Brexit Bulletin: Rebellion Postponed?

Today in Brexit: Theresa May needs to keep her party together this week as she heads into a crunch vote.
Denuclearizing the Korean Peninsula

Denuclearizing the Korean Peninsula

Beatrice Fihn, executive director at International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, discusses the historic summit between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and the possibility of
Saudi Arabia, Two Gulf Nations to Help Support Jordan's Economy

Saudi Arabia, Two Gulf Nations to Help Support Jordan's Economy

Saudi Arabia and two Persian Gulf nations pledged $2.5 billion to help support Jordan’s economy after a proposed income-tax increase sparked days of widespread protests. Bloomberg's Riad Hamade
Trump Meets Singapore's Lee Before Historic Kim Jong Un Summit

Trump Meets Singapore's Lee Before Historic Kim Jong Un Summit

Ahead of his much-anticipated meeting with Kim Jong Un, U.S. President Donald Trump paid a courtesy call to their Singaporean host.
How South Korea Could Benefit From Trump-Kim Summit

How South Korea Could Benefit From Trump-Kim Summit

John Delury, associate professor at Yonsei University, discusses the historic summit between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and how the meeting could impact South Korea. He speaks
Trump Needs a Tough North Korea Deal, But Not Because of Iran

Trump Needs a Tough North Korea Deal, But Not Because of Iran

Donald Trump will be under political pressure in Singapore this week to ensure any deal he makes with North Korea is tougher than the one Barack Obama struck with Iran. The comparison may be
Destination Cyprus: Asian Funds Make Island Their Europe Gateway

Destination Cyprus: Asian Funds Make Island Their Europe Gateway

For many investments funds from Asia, Cyprus has become a gateway to Europe.
Professor Lankov Says North Koreans Will Outsmart Americans

Professor Lankov Says North Koreans Will Outsmart Americans

Andrei Lankov, history professor at Kookmin University, discusses the historic summit between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia." (Source:
What's at Stake in Trump-Kim Historic Summit in Singapore

What's at Stake in Trump-Kim Historic Summit in Singapore

Choi Kang, vice president for research and a principal fellow at the Asan Institute for Policy Studies, and John Park, director of the Korea Working Group at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy
‘Mini 1MDBs’ Rife Across Malaysia, Mahathir's Top Adviser Says

‘Mini 1MDBs’ Rife Across Malaysia, Mahathir's Top Adviser Says

Malaysia has discovered “many mini 1MDBs” in its campaign to root out corruption in the state, according to a top adviser to Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, signaling the wrongdoing unearthed at the
Trump's 'America First' Agenda Is Good for China, Natixis Says

Trump's 'America First' Agenda Is Good for China, Natixis Says

Alicia Garcia Herrero, chief Asia-Pacific economist at Natixis SA, talks about President Donald Trump's trade policies. She speaks with Ramy Inocencio and Kathleen Hays on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."
Professor Li Says Neither Trump Nor Kim Will Get Up and Leave Talks

Professor Li Says Neither Trump Nor Kim Will Get Up and Leave Talks

Sung-Yoon Li, professor of Korean studies at the Kim Koo-Korea Foundation, discusses the historic summit between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak:
Saudi Arabia, Two Gulf States Pledge $2.5 Billion Jordan Aid

Saudi Arabia, Two Gulf States Pledge $2.5 Billion Jordan Aid

Saudi Arabia and two Persian Gulf nations pledged $2.5 billion to help support Jordan’s economy after a proposed income-tax increase sparked days of widespread protests.
Here’s What to Watch for When Trump and Kim Meet

Here’s What to Watch for When Trump and Kim Meet

President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un begin their historic summit Tuesday in Singapore, a meeting that could lead to peace between countries that have technically been at war for