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Ross Softens Expectations for a U.S.-China Trade Deal This Week

Ross Softens Expectations for a U.S.-China Trade Deal This Week

The Trump administration sought to temper expectations for a swift breakthrough on trade issues with China as a delegation of senior U.S. officials prepares to visit Beijing this week.
Trump Delays Steel and Aluminum Tariffs Against Some Allies

Trump Delays Steel and Aluminum Tariffs Against Some Allies

Bloomberg's Kevin Cirilli reports on the trade delegation traveling to China to negotiate tariffs on "Bloomberg Markets: The Open." (Source: Bloomberg)
EU Warns of More U.S. Uncertainty After Tariff Delay

EU Warns of More U.S. Uncertainty After Tariff Delay

The European Union and businesses warned of more market uncertainty following the Trump administration’s decision to delay U.S. steel and aluminum tariffs for the next month.
Lawmakers to Vote on Targeting ‘Dirty Money’ in U.K. Tax Havens

Lawmakers to Vote on Targeting ‘Dirty Money’ in U.K. Tax Havens

U.K. lawmakers backed a change to legislation on Tuesday that would force the government to push offshore tax havens to boost transparency in a bid to tackle money laundering.
Barnier Admits to Kids That It’s Hard Dealing with Brexit

Barnier Admits to Kids That It’s Hard Dealing with Brexit

The European Union’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier got a Brexit grilling from an unlikely source: elementary school children on his tour of Northern Ireland.
Trump to Welcome Southwest Airlines Flight Crew, Passengers

Trump to Welcome Southwest Airlines Flight Crew, Passengers

President Donald Trump is meeting the crew and passengers of a Southwest Airlines flight forced into an emergency landing in Philadelphia after an engine exploded.
Trump Slams ‘Leaked’ Mueller Questions, Says Collusion ‘Phony’

Trump Slams ‘Leaked’ Mueller Questions, Says Collusion ‘Phony’

Donald Trump assailed as "disgraceful leaks" the publication by the New York Times of four-dozen questions that special counsel Robert Mueller is said to want to ask him.
Erdogan's Party to Send Cash to 12 Million Turks Before Election

Erdogan's Party to Send Cash to 12 Million Turks Before Election

More than 12 million Turkish retirees, or about 15 percent of the total population, will get a check in the mail from the government a week before elections on June 24.
Global Anxiety in Aluminum Market Is Vanishing

Global Anxiety in Aluminum Market Is Vanishing

The anxiety that gripped the aluminum market over the past month is quickly disappearing.
Fox Reaches Final Stage of U.K. Review of Sky Takeover

Fox Reaches Final Stage of U.K. Review of Sky Takeover

21st Century Fox Inc.’s takeover of Sky Plc has reached the home stretch of a U.K. review after a year-and-a-half of regulatory scrutiny over billionaire Rupert Murdoch’s second attempt to take
An Unwelcome Reminder Puts Iran in Spotlight

An Unwelcome Reminder Puts Iran in Spotlight

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Gabon Court Dissolves Parliament Over Legislative Vote Delay

Gabon’s Constitutional Court dissolved the central African nation’s parliament and urged the president to name a transitional government because a deadline to hold legislative elections by April 30
Trump Extends Relief, Confusion as Allies Get Tariff Reprieve

Trump Extends Relief, Confusion as Allies Get Tariff Reprieve

President Donald Trump drew short shrift from key economic allies after he offered a second temporary exemption on metal-import tariffs rather than the permanent waiver most are demanding.
CEO Pay Must Be Reined In, Biggest Danish Political Party Says

CEO Pay Must Be Reined In, Biggest Danish Political Party Says

Denmark’s biggest political party used the May 1 holiday to launch a campaign targeting pay levels for chief executive officers.
Trump's Tariff Threats Get Sized Up by a European Trucking Giant

Trump's Tariff Threats Get Sized Up by a European Trucking Giant

One of Europe’s biggest trucking companies is trying to figure out how its business will be affected by a potential tariff war between the U.S. and the European Union.
Mulvaney’s CFPB Considers Moving Staff to the Basement, or Dallas

Mulvaney’s CFPB Considers Moving Staff to the Basement, or Dallas

He’s seeking to cut spending at the watchdog by tens of millions of dollars.
Trump’s China Tariffs Risk Costing U.S. Jobs, Study Says

Trump’s China Tariffs Risk Costing U.S. Jobs, Study Says

President Donald Trump says his trade actions may cause "a little pain” in the short term, and a new study shows U.S. agricultural workers could be hurt the most.
U.S. Starts Processing Asylum Seekers Trump Slammed

U.S. Starts Processing Asylum Seekers Trump Slammed

U.S. border inspectors allowed some of the Central American asylum-seekers to enter the country for processing, ending a brief impasse over lack of space.
Brexit Bulletin: A New Idea for Ireland

Brexit Bulletin: A New Idea for Ireland

Today in Brexit: The U.K. has a new proposal on the Irish border, as a June deadline looms.
North and South Korea Dismantle Propaganda Loudspeakers at Border

North and South Korea Dismantle Propaganda Loudspeakers at Border

The rival Koreas dismantled huge loudspeakers used to blare Cold War-style propaganda across their tense border on Tuesday, as South Korea's president asked the United Nations to observe the North's