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What to Watch at China’s National People’s Congress

What to Watch at China’s National People’s Congress

Deborah Lehr, vice chairman at Paulson Institute, discusses U.S. trade tariffs and the main issues to watch at China's National People's Congress. She speaks with Bloomberg's David Westin on
Corey Lewandowski Returning to House Intelligence Panel

Corey Lewandowski Returning to House Intelligence Panel

Corey Lewandowski, who was President Donald Trump’s first campaign manager, is set to be interviewed for the second time Thursday by the House Intelligence Committee, according to a House official
Renzi Quits as Democratic Party Chief After Italian Election Defeat

Renzi Quits as Democratic Party Chief After Italian Election Defeat

Former Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi resigned as leader of the Democratic Party on Monday following its defeat in the country’s general election.
Judge, Police Help Oust Trump Hotels From Panama Property

Judge, Police Help Oust Trump Hotels From Panama Property

Escorted by police officers and a Panamanian judicial official, the owners of the Trump Panama City hotel have taken control of the property. A team of Trump Organization security officials abandoned
Trump Says He May Travel to Israel for Opening of Jerusalem Embassy

Trump Says He May Travel to Israel for Opening of Jerusalem Embassy

President Donald Trump said he might travel to Israel for the opening of the new U.S. embassy in Jerusalem, marking a controversial move from Tel Aviv that the administration aims to complete by May.
Kuczynski Warns of Chaos as Peru’s Opposition Weighs Impeachment

Kuczynski Warns of Chaos as Peru’s Opposition Weighs Impeachment

Peru’s President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski warned a new move to oust him would destabilize the country as opposition lawmakers consider sending a second impeachment motion to Congress as early as this
Ireland Has Already Rejected May's U.S.-Canada Border Model

Ireland Has Already Rejected May's U.S.-Canada Border Model

Theresa May said she was looking at the border between the U.S. and Canada as a possible model for the frontier between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland after Brexit. There’s only one
Trump Says He Won’t Back Down After Ryan Breaks With Him on Tariffs

Trump Says He Won’t Back Down After Ryan Breaks With Him on Tariffs

House Speaker Paul Ryan on Monday rejected President Donald Trump’s plan for tariffs on steel and aluminum.
Zuma’s Exit Sparks Shifting Political Alliances in South Africa

Zuma’s Exit Sparks Shifting Political Alliances in South Africa

Jacob Zuma’s forced resignation as South Africa’s president did more than revive confidence in the ruling African National Congress.
Italy's Renzi Under Pressure to Quit as PD Leader After Electoral Defeat

Italy's Renzi Under Pressure to Quit as PD Leader After Electoral Defeat

Bloomberg's Annmarie Hordern discusses the Italian elections on "Bloomberg Markets: European Close." (Source: Bloomberg)
Irish FM Says Brexit Transition Deal 'Possible' by End of March

Irish FM Says Brexit Transition Deal 'Possible' by End of March

Ireland's Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe discusses Brexit, the U.K. border plan and collecting taxes from Apple. He speaks with Bloomberg's Mark Barton and Vonnie Quinn on "Bloomberg Markets."
U.S. Offers U.K. Worse ‘Open Skies’ Deal After Brexit

U.S. Offers U.K. Worse ‘Open Skies’ Deal After Brexit

The U.S. is offering the U.K. a more limited “Open Skies” aviation deal after Brexit than it has as a member of the European Union, potentially affecting transatlantic flights operated by companies
Putin’s Nuclear Bravado Earns a Rare Rebuke From Trump

Putin’s Nuclear Bravado Earns a Rare Rebuke From Trump

While Vladimir Putin boasted that his latest “invincible” nuclear weapons prove the U.S. and its allies have failed to contain Russia, the display of bravado risks a new arms race that his country is
Car-Dealer Group Warns ‘No One Wins’ a Trade War After Trump’s Tweet

Car-Dealer Group Warns ‘No One Wins’ a Trade War After Trump’s Tweet

President Donald Trump’s threat to tax vehicles imported from Europe has the American International Automobile Dealers Association sounding the alarm.
PM May ‘Confident’ of Reaching Agreement With EU: Brexit Update

PM May ‘Confident’ of Reaching Agreement With EU: Brexit Update

Theresa May addressed Parliament on Monday about the U.K.’s plans for Brexit, having secured a temporary reprieve from the infighting that’s dogged her premiership with a keynote speech last week.
Italy's Feuding Politicians Make Economy Wait for Leadership

Italy's Feuding Politicians Make Economy Wait for Leadership

Strip away Italy’s troubled election result and there’s a struggling economy seeking direction and desperately in need of reform.
German Minister: U.S. Trade Measures Require Unified Response

German Minister: U.S. Trade Measures Require Unified Response

Germany's Deputy Finance Minister Jens Spahn discusses avoiding a trade war with the United States, priorities for the German government, and regulating digital currencies. He speaks with Bloomberg's
Germany to Trump After Steel Tariffs Announcement: Let’s Talk

Germany to Trump After Steel Tariffs Announcement: Let’s Talk

Germany’s new government will make averting a trade war with the U.S. an immediate priority and talks are the key to finding a solution, a top official in Chancellor Angela Merkel’s coalition said.
China Withholds Military Spending Target

China Withholds Military Spending Target

China withheld release of its annual military-spending target, breaking with a practice that provided a key glimpse into the world’s second-largest defense budget #tictocnews https://bloom.bg/2CXo3at
Trump’s Tariffs

Trump’s Tariffs

Trump says the U.S. won't lower tariffs on steel and aluminum from Mexico and Canada unless "new & fair" Nafta agreement is signed #tictocnews https://bloom.bg/2FhRKEW (Source: Bloomberg)
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