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Data Is India’s Next Political Battleground

Data Is India’s Next Political Battleground

India’s planning to revise its data for key economic indicators again. And it has left economists shaking their heads.
Bid to Prohibit Shareholder Lawsuits Blasted by SEC's Jackson

Bid to Prohibit Shareholder Lawsuits Blasted by SEC's Jackson

The Securities and Exchange Commission’s newest Democrat pushed back against the Trump administration’s pro-business agenda by arguing it would be akin to “handcuffing” investors if regulators
U.S. Auto Negotiator Is Called Back From Nafta Talks, Sources Say

U.S. Auto Negotiator Is Called Back From Nafta Talks, Sources Say

The U.S. Trade Representative’s office has called back its chief negotiator for Nafta’s car-related issues to Washington from ongoing talks in Mexico City to meet with American industry
Ramaphosa's Lieutenants: Inside South Africa's New Cabinet

Ramaphosa's Lieutenants: Inside South Africa's New Cabinet

South Africa’s newly elected president, Cyril Ramaphosa, named a new cabinet on Monday, replacing some of his predecessor Jacob Zuma’s most ineffectual ministers and ardent supporters with his own
Venezuelan Opposition Makes Renewed Push to Delay Presidential Vote, Sources Say

Venezuelan Opposition Makes Renewed Push to Delay Presidential Vote, Sources Say

Venezuela’s opposition has renewed private talks with the government in a bid to push back the date of the country’s presidential elections as President Nicolas Maduro’s administration seeks some
NLRB Throws Out Ruling in Conflict-of-Interest Controversy

NLRB Throws Out Ruling in Conflict-of-Interest Controversy

As fury grew on Capitol Hill, the agency heeded its own inspector general, who said a Trump appointee tainted a pro-company vote.
Rising Wages Could Deliver Malaysia's Premier Another Term

Rising Wages Could Deliver Malaysia's Premier Another Term

Malaysia’s Prime Minister Najib Razak heads into a challenging general election in the next few months with a trump card up his sleeve: rising wages.
Trump Ally Pastor Mark Burns on His Bid for Trey Gowdy's Seat

Trump Ally Pastor Mark Burns on His Bid for Trey Gowdy's Seat

Pastor Mark Burns, candidate for South Carolina's 4th Congressional district seat, which is being vacated by Rep. Trey Gowdy, discusses his bid with Kevin Cirilli from the Conservative Political
N.J. Senate Supports Property Tax as Annual Charitable Write-Off

N.J. Senate Supports Property Tax as Annual Charitable Write-Off

New Jersey took the first step toward allowing residents with the nation’s highest property taxes to circumvent a new federal limit on state and local tax deductions.
Nhlanhla Nene Makes Comeback as South African Finance Chief

Nhlanhla Nene Makes Comeback as South African Finance Chief

South Africa’s new president, Cyril Ramaphosa, made sweeping changes to the cabinet, bringing Nhlanhla Nene back as finance minister more than two years after his late-night firing rocked the rand.
EU Doesn't Buy U.S. Claim That Steel Imports Undermine Security

EU Doesn't Buy U.S. Claim That Steel Imports Undermine Security

It doesn’t make sense for the U.S. to impose steel and aluminum tariffs on other NATO members in the name of national security, according to a senior European Union official who questioned a key
Nafta Talks Kick Off in Mexico City

Nafta Talks Kick Off in Mexico City

Fred Hochberg, former chairman of the Export-Import Bank of the United States, discusses the Nafta negotiations and President Trump's desire to impose tariffs on steel on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance
Indonesian General Prabowo Poised to Run for President

Indonesian General Prabowo Poised to Run for President

Former general Prabowo Subianto is firming as a candidate for Indonesia’s presidential election, raising the prospect of a rerun of the bitter 2014 race that saw Joko Widodo take power in Southeast
Trump Renews Call for Bump Stock Ban

Trump Renews Call for Bump Stock Ban

Bloomberg's Arit John discusses Trump's plan to ban bump stock. She speaks with Shery Ahn and David Westin on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
Supreme Court Refuses to Hear DACA Case

Supreme Court Refuses to Hear DACA Case

Bloomberg's Greg Stohr explains how rare it is for the Supreme Court to get involved in the district courts. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power." (Source: Bloomberg)
Europeans Dig In Against New Iran Sanctions Risking Nuclear Deal

Europeans Dig In Against New Iran Sanctions Risking Nuclear Deal

European allies, pressed by President Donald Trump’s administration to impose tough new sanctions on Iran for its ballistic missile program, are digging in against moves that would effectively void
U.S. Supreme Court Weighs Amex Rules in Antitrust Enforcement Test

U.S. Supreme Court Weighs Amex Rules in Antitrust Enforcement Test

U.S. Supreme Court justices appeared divided over whether rules American Express Co. imposes on merchants violate antitrust laws.
Saudi King Replaces Military Commanders as Yemen War Lingers On

Saudi King Replaces Military Commanders as Yemen War Lingers On

Saudi Arabia replaced several top military commanders, including the chief of staff and the heads of ground and air forces, in the latest overhaul of traditional power centers in the oil-rich kingdom.
Citizens Financial Stock Drops Thanks to Manafort Indictment

Citizens Financial Stock Drops Thanks to Manafort Indictment

Citizens Financial Group Inc. dropped as much as 5.6 percent after it was tied to a loan described in U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s indictment of U.S. President Donald Trump’s former campaign
Trump Says He’s Willing to Take On NRA in Gun-Control Debate

Trump Says He’s Willing to Take On NRA in Gun-Control Debate

While meeting with governors at the White House Monday, President Donald Trump criticized the bravery of law enforcement officials in the high school massacre that killed 17 people in Florida. He also
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