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City of London Doesn't Want the Kind of Trade Deal May Cites

City of London Doesn't Want the Kind of Trade Deal May Cites

Theresa May is right to say that the European Union has included financial services in its previous trade deals. Whether she’d appreciate getting the same terms after Brexit is another matter.
Poland to Shed Top Government Jobs Following Outcry Over Bonuses

Poland to Shed Top Government Jobs Following Outcry Over Bonuses

Poland wants to eliminate as much as a quarter of 126 deputy ministers and scrap bonuses for top government brass following an outcry over end-of-year payouts for politically appointed state
Netanyahu to Visit White House

Netanyahu to Visit White House

Netanyahu's White House visit gives the Israeli prime minister an opportunity to divert attention from a widening corruption probe #tictocnews https://bloom.bg/2D1AmSY (Source: Bloomberg)
This Miracle Fuel Has a Few Problems

This Miracle Fuel Has a Few Problems

California is plowing more money into hydrogen fill-up stations. It may be better off focusing on electric vehicles.
North Korea Hosts South Korean Envoy

North Korea Hosts South Korean Envoy

Kim Jong Un held talks with top aides to South Korea's Moon Jae-In in Pyongyang, marking the first meeting between the North Korean leader and officials from Seoul since 2011 #tictocnews
Trump Wouldn’t Be Surprised by Italian Election Results: Eisenberg

Trump Wouldn’t Be Surprised by Italian Election Results: Eisenberg

U.S. Ambassador to Italy Lewis Eisenberg discusses the Italian election and what the results mean for the country's economic recovery. He speaks with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua on "Bloomberg
Trump Not Expected to Exclude Anyone From Tariffs

Trump Not Expected to Exclude Anyone From Tariffs

Bloomberg’s Kevin Cirilli discusses possible U.S. tariffs. He speaks with Tom Keene on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)
The Lawyer Who Wants to Make Silicon Valley a Safe Space for Conservatives

The Lawyer Who Wants to Make Silicon Valley a Safe Space for Conservatives

Harmeet Dhillon is using a discrimination case against Google to defend political values.
Di Maio Says Five Star Victory Should Allow Him to Govern Italy

Di Maio Says Five Star Victory Should Allow Him to Govern Italy

Five Star leader Luigi Di Maio said his party’s success in Sunday’s election gives him the right to govern Italy.
Italy’s Election Mimics Brexit, Trump Votes, Serra Says

Italy’s Election Mimics Brexit, Trump Votes, Serra Says

Davide Serra, Algebris founder & chief executive officer, discusses the results of Sunday's Italian election. He speaks with Bloomberg's France Lacqua on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source:
Populist Salvini’s Provocations Drive His Appeal Across Italy

Populist Salvini’s Provocations Drive His Appeal Across Italy

Matteo Salvini confounded opinion polls to overtake the 81-year-old Silvio Berlusconi’s Forza Italia in Sunday’s election, and lost little time in making his bid for power.
As Netanyahu Meets Trump, His Troubles Back Home Intensify

As Netanyahu Meets Trump, His Troubles Back Home Intensify

As Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu prepared for a White House meeting with President Donald Trump that will focus on Iran and peacemaking, his troubles at home multiplied.
Latest on the Italian Election

Latest on the Italian Election

Italy's anti-establishment groups surged in its election as voters punished the mainstream parties for years of economic decline, rising taxes and a wave of immigration #tictocnews (Source: Bloomberg)
Trump’s Tariff Is Forcing Homebuilders to Cut Costs

Trump’s Tariff Is Forcing Homebuilders to Cut Costs

Penalties on imports of Canadian softwood lumber are changing the economics of construction for builders—and buyers.
Rare Loss for Wall Street in Senate’s Reboot of Financial Rules

Rare Loss for Wall Street in Senate’s Reboot of Financial Rules

The U.S. Senate is expected to approve a sweeping revamp of financial rules this week.
Italy Blames Europe, Sparking Populist Rise

Italy Blames Europe, Sparking Populist Rise

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As Duterte Shifts Toward China, Vietnam Bolsters U.S. Ties

As Duterte Shifts Toward China, Vietnam Bolsters U.S. Ties

Vietnam welcomed the first visit by a U.S. aircraft carrier since 1975, deepening defense ties between the former enemies as China presses its claims to the disputed South China Sea.
Merkel Set to Begin Fourth Term After Getting SPD Support

Merkel Set to Begin Fourth Term After Getting SPD Support

Judy Dempsey, fellow at Carnegie Europe, discusses an SPD vote in Germany. She appears with Matt Miller on “Bloomberg Markets: European Open.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Italy's Populists Make Rival Claims to Lead the Next Government

Italy's Populists Make Rival Claims to Lead the Next Government

Italy’s populist parties both claimed the right to lead the next government after Sunday’s election as parliamentary gridlock promised weeks or months of negotiations and maybe even a repeat vote.
Libya's Biggest Oil Field Sharara Resumes Production

Libya's Biggest Oil Field Sharara Resumes Production

Libya’s biggest oil field began pumping again after the reopening of a pipeline to a refinery on the coast.
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