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Merkel to Speak on Europe at Davos in Sign of German Return

Merkel to Speak on Europe at Davos in Sign of German Return

German Chancellor Angela Merkel will attend the annual World Economic Forum in Davos, returning to the world stage after months of political stalemate at home.
Morneau Was Reassured About Higher Canadian Rates Last Summer

Morneau Was Reassured About Higher Canadian Rates Last Summer

Canadian government officials reassured Finance Minister Bill Morneau last summer to not worry too much about coming hikes in interest rates, claiming they would be easily absorbed by the nation’s

Angolan Opposition Parties Call for Audit of Public Debt

Angola’s largest opposition parties called for a probe of the country’s public debt to determine who benefited from it under the previous government, saying an investigation would show that President
Kushner's Deutsche Bank-Backed Property Stung by Tenant Troubles

Kushner's Deutsche Bank-Backed Property Stung by Tenant Troubles

In a six-floor retail space near Times Square, the Guy Fieri restaurant has closed and construction hasn’t begun on celebrity chef Todd English’s food hall. A tourist attraction featuring a 1/87th
Trump Administration Losing Patience on Nafta, Sources Say

Trump Administration Losing Patience on Nafta, Sources Say

U.S. officials have a stern message for their Canadian and Mexican counterparts on the eve of the most important round of Nafta talks yet: They’re losing patience with the resistance to their
Senate Lacks Votes to Advance GOP Spending Bill: Shutdown Update

Senate Lacks Votes to Advance GOP Spending Bill: Shutdown Update

Temporary government funding runs out at midnight Friday and there’s still no agreement on a temporary extension.
Candidates and Contributors May Make 2018 the Year of the Woman

Candidates and Contributors May Make 2018 the Year of the Woman

Democratic women –- from grassroots donors to wealthy political benefactors -- are stepping up contributions at a record pace as they seek to send President Donald Trump a strong rebuke in this year’s
Fed Working on Proposal to Ease Up on Bank Leverage Limits

Fed Working on Proposal to Ease Up on Bank Leverage Limits

The Federal Reserve is working to relax a key part of post-crisis demands for drastically increased capital levels at the biggest banks, according to people familiar with the work, a move that could
How Donald Trump Could Shake Up Davos

How Donald Trump Could Shake Up Davos

Eric Lonergan, fund manager at M&G Investments, discusses the "America First" agenda of U.S. President Donald Trump and what he could bring to Davos. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe."
Brexit Bulletin: The Lady’s Not for Telling

Brexit Bulletin: The Lady’s Not for Telling

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Helicopter Crash Kills Zimbabwean Opposition Leader

Helicopter Crash Kills Zimbabwean Opposition Leader

A husband and wife who pushed for political change in Zimbabwe, an adventurous Texas investor and a pair of decorated pilots died in a fiery helicopter crash in a remote area of New Mexico.
Here’s Where Turmoil Is the New Normal

Here’s Where Turmoil Is the New Normal

Losing a prime minister or failing to form a government is not necessarily a sign of weakness for some leaders.
Britain’s Blackbelt in EU Law Says Even She Can’t Fight Brexit

Britain’s Blackbelt in EU Law Says Even She Can’t Fight Brexit

A karate black belt and a decade’s worth of experience poring over European Union law may not be enough to help one of Britain’s top EU officials fight her way out of Brexit limbo.
German Stability at Stake in Vote on Merkel Coalition Talks

German Stability at Stake in Vote on Merkel Coalition Talks

Germany’s Social Democratic Party is looking for ways to sweeten another stint in government with Angela Merkel as the political impasse in Europe’s biggest economy comes to a head.
Germany's Stability at Stake in Vote on Merkel Coalition Talks

Germany's Stability at Stake in Vote on Merkel Coalition Talks

Germany's Social Democratic Party is looking for ways to sweeten another stint in government with Angela Merkel. On Sunday, 600 SPD delegates will vote on a proposal by party leaders to start formal
U.S. May Speed Up Jerusalem Embassy Move to as Early as 2019

U.S. May Speed Up Jerusalem Embassy Move to as Early as 2019

The Trump administration accelerated its timetable for moving the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem.
White House Considers Fed Insider Williams for Vice Chair

White House Considers Fed Insider Williams for Vice Chair

Long-time Federal Reserve insider John Williams has been interviewed by the White House for the post of vice chairman of the U.S. central bank, according to a person familiar with the discussions,
House Passes Stopgap Spending Bill

House Passes Stopgap Spending Bill

The stopgap funding bill has been passed by the House. It heads to the Senate next, where Democrats say they have the numbers to kill it. Bloomberg's Jackie Edwards reports on "Bloomberg Markets:
Trump to Mark One-Year Anniversary With Gala at Mar-a-Lago

Trump to Mark One-Year Anniversary With Gala at Mar-a-Lago

President Donald Trump will mark the first anniversary of his inauguration on Saturday with a celebration at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, with tickets starting at $100,000 a pair.
Blue Star's Tramontano Sees High Probability of Gov't Shutdown

Blue Star's Tramontano Sees High Probability of Gov't Shutdown

Karen Tramontano, Blue Star Strategies chief executive officer, discusses the looming federal government shutdown deadline with Bloomberg's Betty Liu on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia." (Source: Bloomberg)
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