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Two Vulnerable Senate Incumbents at Center of Tuesday Primaries

Two Vulnerable Senate Incumbents at Center of Tuesday Primaries

Two of this year’s most vulnerable Senate incumbents will find out Tuesday who they’ll face in November, as residents of Nevada select the challenger to GOP Senator Dean Heller and voters in North
What We Know About the Trump-Kim Document So Far

What We Know About the Trump-Kim Document So Far

Bloomberg's Marty Schenker reports on the document signed by both Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un following their meeting earlier today in Singapore. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: European Open."
Brexit Bulletin: Down to the Wire

Brexit Bulletin: Down to the Wire

Today in Brexit: The British government will find out if it has staved off a rebellion in Parliament. The stakes are high.
Trump and Kim Signed Something in Singapore. Here's What It Says

Trump and Kim Signed Something in Singapore. Here's What It Says

Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un signed a document Tuesday asserting that the U.S. president would provide unspecified “security guarantees” to Kim in exchange for the North Korean leader’s “unwavering
Kim Pledges to Work Toward ‘Complete Denuclearization’ in Korea

Kim Pledges to Work Toward ‘Complete Denuclearization’ in Korea

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un pledged to work toward complete denuclearization of the Korean peninsula under an agreement signed with U.S. President Donald Trump at the end of a summit aimed at
Here’s the Menu for Trump and Kim’s Summit Lunch

Here’s the Menu for Trump and Kim’s Summit Lunch

When Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un sat down to lunch after a morning of talks, they were presented with a menu chosen with as much of an eye to diplomacy as the Singapore venue of their historic
Trump Says Summit With Kim Jong Un Going Better Than Expected

Trump Says Summit With Kim Jong Un Going Better Than Expected

U.S. President Donald Trump said that his summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was going “better than anybody could have expected” and that the two countries would shortly be signing a
Germany Has Thrived With Engineering. But the Future Is Digital

Germany Has Thrived With Engineering. But the Future Is Digital

Almost 10 percent of the country’s jobs could disappear as automation and other technologies take hold. Now it’s racing to catch up.
Draghi Keeps Rate Card Close to Chest as QE Plan Nears End

Draghi Keeps Rate Card Close to Chest as QE Plan Nears End

Whatever Mario Draghi says about the European Central Bank’s bond-buying program this week, he’s not likely to provide much more clarity about his plans for interest rates.
Euro Mauled by Political Risk Is Ready to Be Revived by Draghi

Euro Mauled by Political Risk Is Ready to Be Revived by Draghi

The reasons to favor the euro are becoming increasingly hard to ignore.
Trump-Kim Meeting Was Easy Part,Carnegie-Tsinghua Center's Haenle Says

Trump-Kim Meeting Was Easy Part,Carnegie-Tsinghua Center's Haenle Says

Paul Haenle, director at the Carnegie-Tsinghua Center, discusses the historic summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and what he thinks could come from the meeting.
Vietnam Parliament Passes Cyber Law Denounced in Street Protests

Vietnam Parliament Passes Cyber Law Denounced in Street Protests

Vietnam’s National Assembly has passed a cybersecurity law requiring companies such as Google and Facebook to store all data of Vietnam-based users in the country and open local offices.
Euro Has Further to Appreciate, Credit Suisse's Woods Says

Euro Has Further to Appreciate, Credit Suisse's Woods Says

John Woods, chief investment officer for Asia Pacific at Credit Suisse Group AG, talks about European Central Bank and Bank of Japan policies, and the implications for currencies and bonds. He speaks
Kim's Decision to Meet Trump May Lead to Some Agreements, Yoon Says

Kim's Decision to Meet Trump May Lead to Some Agreements, Yoon Says

Former South Korean Foreign Minister Yoon Young Kwan, who is now professor emeritus at the Seoul National University, talks about the historic meeting between President Donald Trump and North Korean
New U.S. Taiwan Office Prompts Questions Over Who Will Lead It

New U.S. Taiwan Office Prompts Questions Over Who Will Lead It

The precarious balance Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen must navigate between a more assertive China and the uncertainty of American policy will be in focus Tuesday when she attends the opening of a
Trump, Kim Voice Optimism Over Path to Peace as Summit Opens

Trump, Kim Voice Optimism Over Path to Peace as Summit Opens

President Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un expressed optimism that the U.S. and North Korea can find a path toward peace, opening a highly anticipated summit between two adversaries that only last year
Ivanka Trump Made $3.9 Million From Father’s Hotel in 2017

Ivanka Trump Made $3.9 Million From Father’s Hotel in 2017

Ivanka Trump made $3.9 million from her investment in her father’s hotel in Washington last year, according to a disclosure released by the White House on Tuesday.
Kudlow Is ‘Doing Well’ After Mild Heart Attack, White House Says

Kudlow Is ‘Doing Well’ After Mild Heart Attack, White House Says

President Donald Trump’s top economic adviser, Larry Kudlow, was “doing well” on Monday night after suffering a "very mild heart attack," a White House spokeswoman said.
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.