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Britain Will Still Be Paying for Brexit in 2064, Forecasters Say

Britain Will Still Be Paying for Brexit in 2064, Forecasters Say

The U.K. will still be paying for Brexit in 2064, according to official forecasts that put the total bill for leaving the European Union at 37.1 billion pounds ($51.9 billion).
Tillerson Has 180 Million Reasons Not to Return to Oil Industry

Tillerson Has 180 Million Reasons Not to Return to Oil Industry

It isn’t clear where Rex Tillerson goes from here, but he has 180 million reasons to avoid the oil industry.
Tillerson Never Clicked With Trump as Policy Views Diverged

Tillerson Never Clicked With Trump as Policy Views Diverged

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and his aides always downplayed their differences with the White House, but the gap that separated them was obvious from the start.
EPA Chief Signals Showdown With California on Fuel Emission Standards

EPA Chief Signals Showdown With California on Fuel Emission Standards

The Trump administration’s chief environmental regulator signaled a coming showdown with California, warning the state won’t dictate the future of ambitious automobile fuel economy regulations enacted
Two Powerful Wall Street Lobbying Groups Are Merging Into One

Two Powerful Wall Street Lobbying Groups Are Merging Into One

Two powerful Wall Street lobbying groups are becoming one.
Republicans Watching Pennsylvania's Special Election Very Closely

Republicans Watching Pennsylvania's Special Election Very Closely

Bloomberg's Kevin Cirilli discusses a special election in Pennsylvania, and campaigning from President Trump and former Vice President Biden. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
A Labor Dispute Threatens to Wipe Out Denmark's Economic Growth

A Labor Dispute Threatens to Wipe Out Denmark's Economic Growth

Denmark is edging closer to a public sector strike that has the potential of wiping out most of the country’s economic growth.
Netanyahu Partners Try to Salvage Coalition as Collapse Looms

Netanyahu Partners Try to Salvage Coalition as Collapse Looms

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government teetered Tuesday as feuding coalition partners calculated whether early elections could strengthen the alliance or oust them from power amid a
Wanted: God-Fearing, Experienced President to Fix Brazil

Wanted: God-Fearing, Experienced President to Fix Brazil

Disillusioned Brazilian voters want a God-fearing president with ample political experience to improve social welfare and public security, according a poll published on Tuesday.
Pennsylvania Election Holds Clues for Stock Market Fortunes

Pennsylvania Election Holds Clues for Stock Market Fortunes

At first glance, there’s little reason for equity investors to scrutinize Tuesday’s special congressional election in Pennsylvania. To hear it from analysts at RBC Capital Markets, there are reasons
The Rexit: Tillerson Is Out

The Rexit: Tillerson Is Out

After a turbulent tenure, Trump bids U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson farewell
U.K.’s May Set to Huddle With Trump on Russia’s Role in Poisoning

U.K.’s May Set to Huddle With Trump on Russia’s Role in Poisoning

With the clock ticking on Russia to come clean about its involvement in poisoning a former spy on British soil, U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May will consult her closest ally on how to retaliate.
Japan’s Abe Is Latest Leader Considering Kim Meeting, Report Says

Japan’s Abe Is Latest Leader Considering Kim Meeting, Report Says

The Japanese government is exploring the possibility of a meeting between Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, Japanese media reported.
Hammond Tries Hard to Disguise Gloomy U.K. Outlook

Hammond Tries Hard to Disguise Gloomy U.K. Outlook

“Forecasts are there to be beaten,” the chancellor said.
Trump’s Personal Aide Leaves White House, Will Join Campaign

Trump’s Personal Aide Leaves White House, Will Join Campaign

President Donald Trump's personal aide is leaving the White House and will rejoin his campaign.
Tillerson Ousted in Shakeup After Clashes With Trump

Tillerson Ousted in Shakeup After Clashes With Trump

Bloomberg's Nick Wadhams reports on President Donald Trump's decision to replace Secretary of State Tillerson with CIA Director Mike Pompeo, He speaks with Bloomberg's Jonathan Ferro on "Bloomberg
Former Cuomo Aide Convicted in Bribery Case

Former Cuomo Aide Convicted in Bribery Case

A former top aide to Gov. Andrew Cuomo was convicted on corruption charges Tuesday at a trial that further exposed the state capital's culture of backroom deal-making.
Polish President Recently Rejected Call From Tillerson, Aides Say

Polish President Recently Rejected Call From Tillerson, Aides Say

Aides to Polish President Andrzej Duda have tacitly confirmed media reports that the president recently refused to accept a call from then-U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.
Trump Says Russia Likely to Blame for Poisoning Ex-Spy in U.K.

Trump Says Russia Likely to Blame for Poisoning Ex-Spy in U.K.

President Donald Trump said Russia was likely behind the poisoning of a former spy in U.K. that threatens to further strain relations between Vladimir Putin’s government and the West.