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Macron, Merkel Pledge Push to Settle Euro Differences by June

Macron, Merkel Pledge Push to Settle Euro Differences by June

French and German leaders pledged to present a road map for a stronger euro area by June, signaling a push to overcome historic differences as Chancellor Angela Merkel begins her new term.
GOP Candidate Who Called Teen ‘Skinhead Lesbian’ Quits Race

GOP Candidate Who Called Teen ‘Skinhead Lesbian’ Quits Race

A Republican Maine House candidate who called a Florida high school shooting survivor a "skinhead lesbian" and called another a "bald-faced liar" is quitting the race.
Alexander Baunov Says High Level Corruption Still Exists in Russia

Alexander Baunov Says High Level Corruption Still Exists in Russia

Alexander Baunov, senior fellow and editor-in-chief at Carnegie Moscow Center, discusses the coming Russian election and impact from oil. He speaks with Annmarie Hordern on “Bloomberg Markets:
Gibraltar Is Ready to Let Spain Share Control Over Its Airport

Gibraltar Is Ready to Let Spain Share Control Over Its Airport

Gibraltar’s Deputy Chief Minister Joseph Garcia said the British enclave is ready to share its airport with Spain as it seeks to keep officials in Madrid onside during the Brexit process.
Globalization Isn’t Down for the Count

Globalization Isn’t Down for the Count

Trump and other world leaders are trying to beat an unstoppable economic trend.
Brexit Bulletin: Ireland Again

Brexit Bulletin: Ireland Again

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Japan's Abe Sees Support Tumble as School Scandal Begins to Bite

Japan's Abe Sees Support Tumble as School Scandal Begins to Bite

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s support tumbled in one nationwide survey, in a sign that new revelations in a long-simmering scandal could threaten his government.
The West Rekindles Anger at Putin, Who’s Anything But Humbled

The West Rekindles Anger at Putin, Who’s Anything But Humbled

Western powers are showing growing exasperation and anger at Russia’s Vladimir Putin with a new round of U.S. sanctions and condemnations over hacking, a nerve-agent attack in England and the carnage
How Britain Can Really Go After Corrupt Russian Elites

How Britain Can Really Go After Corrupt Russian Elites

London is full of Russian money and that gives scope to inflict pain on President Vladimir Putin’s associates.
Sure of Win, Putin Barely Appears on Election Campaign Trail

Sure of Win, Putin Barely Appears on Election Campaign Trail

With days to go before Russia’s presidential election, Vladimir Putin has barely campaigned for a victory that’s all but assured. Even in Crimea, the peninsula he seized to the joy of many Russians,
Chinese Hackers Hit U.S. Firms Linked to South China Sea Dispute

Chinese Hackers Hit U.S. Firms Linked to South China Sea Dispute

Chinese hackers have launched a wave of attacks on mainly U.S. engineering and defense companies linked to the disputed South China Sea, the cybersecurity firm FireEye Inc. said.
McMaster Said to Be Removed According to Washington Post

McMaster Said to Be Removed According to Washington Post

Trump's First Year: Bloomberg's Jodi Schneider reports on a Washington Post reports that President Trump plans to remove H R McMaster as National Security Adviser. Schneider speaks on "Bloomberg
Trade Tensions May Spur China Reforms Says Deloitte

Trade Tensions May Spur China Reforms Says Deloitte

Deloitte Partner and China Chief Economist Sitao Xu weighs in on trade tensions and talks about Chinese reforms. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
Don't Order Christmas Turkey If You Join Trump's Cabinet Says Ecognosis CEO

Don't Order Christmas Turkey If You Join Trump's Cabinet Says Ecognosis CEO

Andrew Freris, Ecognosis Advisory's chief executive officer, discusses the turmoil in the White House. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
McMaster Ouster Denied by White House Amid Reports He's Next

McMaster Ouster Denied by White House Amid Reports He's Next

President Donald Trump is not about to oust his national security adviser, H.R. McMaster, according to White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, even as speculation intensified that
Japan’s Central Bank Is Driving Economic Policy as the Government Sinks in Scandal

Japan’s Central Bank Is Driving Economic Policy as the Government Sinks in Scandal

Japan’s dependence on the central bank to drive economic policy was on show again on Friday as parliament locked in Governor Haruhiko Kuroda to another five-year term as a land scandal undermined the
Corbyn Warns Against New Cold War With Russia Over Poisoned Spy

Corbyn Warns Against New Cold War With Russia Over Poisoned Spy

U.K. Labour Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn warned Prime Minister Theresa May against sparking a new cold war after she expelled 23 Russian diplomats and unveiled a raft of other measures against Vladimir
How Long Will the World’s Most Powerful Leaders Last?

How Long Will the World’s Most Powerful Leaders Last?

The clock is ticking for politicians aiming to shape the global future. Some are already on the brink.