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Brexit Bulletin: 482,000 Jobs?

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No Deal Brexit Could Cost 482,000 Jobs as City Recruitment Slows

No Deal Brexit Could Cost 482,000 Jobs as City Recruitment Slows

Leaving the European Union without a deal in 2019 could cost Britain almost half a million jobs, a report found as London’s key finance industry vacancies also plummeted the most in three years.
China Won't Use Treasuries to Warn Trump, Eurasia Group Says

China Won't Use Treasuries to Warn Trump, Eurasia Group Says

China wouldn’t let geopolitical issues drive decisions on foreign exchange holdings, the Eurasia Group said, after Bloomberg News reported officials had recommended scaling back U.S. government debt
Angola President Fires Predecessor's Son as Wealth Fund Head

Angola President Fires Predecessor's Son as Wealth Fund Head

Angolan President Joao Lourenco dismissed the son of his predecessor Jose Eduardo dos Santos as chairman of the country’s $5 billion sovereign wealth fund, further loosening the grip of the Dos Santos
Caisse's Sabia, Brookfield's Flatt Shrug off Trump Nafta Threat

Caisse's Sabia, Brookfield's Flatt Shrug off Trump Nafta Threat

Canada’s economy isn’t at major risk even if Donald Trump follows through on threats to withdraw from Nafta, said the heads of two of the country’s largest asset managers.
XBT Selling Bitcoin Domain Name After Suing Over Trump Dossier

XBT Selling Bitcoin Domain Name After Suing Over Trump Dossier

A tech company linked to the hacking of the U.S. Democratic Party in a disputed dossier about Donald Trump is selling its internet domain name, which happens to include the same three letters some
Nafta's Dead. Long Live Nafta. A Look at Likely Outcomes

Nafta's Dead. Long Live Nafta. A Look at Likely Outcomes

Markets shuddered on signs the U.S. may be preparing to withdraw from Nafta. But even if President Donald Trump serves notice of a pullout, the trade deal could survive.
U.S. Debt-Limit Countdown: What Investors Will Scrutinize

U.S. Debt-Limit Countdown: What Investors Will Scrutinize

Investors in short-dated U.S. securities are girding themselves for more skirmishes over the nation’s debt ceiling.
U.S. Calls on Myanmar to Release Reuters Journalists

U.S. Calls on Myanmar to Release Reuters Journalists

The U.S. reiterated its call on Monday for the unconditional release of two Reuters journalists charged with breaching Myanmar’s Official Secrets Act during their reporting on the Rohingya refugee
Former Energy Secretary Moniz Disagrees With Trump on Iran Nuclear Deal

Former Energy Secretary Moniz Disagrees With Trump on Iran Nuclear Deal

Former Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz discusses the Iran nuclear deal with David Westin on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas." (Source: Bloomberg)
Facebook, Apple, GM Leaders Urge Congress to Protect Dreamers

Facebook, Apple, GM Leaders Urge Congress to Protect Dreamers

Chief executives of more than 100 companies -- including Facebook Inc., Apple Inc. and General Motors Co. -- are urging Congress to pass by next week legislation to protect "dreamers," undocumented
Elaine Chao on Transportation Innovation, Drones and Nafta

Elaine Chao on Transportation Innovation, Drones and Nafta

U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao speaks with Bloomberg's Emily Chang from the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on "Bloomberg Technology." (Source: Bloomberg)
China Blasts Australia Minister’s Criticism of ‘Useless’ Projects

China Blasts Australia Minister’s Criticism of ‘Useless’ Projects

APIA, SAMOA - SEPTEMBER 28: The sun sets as a digger keeps working on the road to Lalomanu on September 28, 2010 in Apia, Samoa. 189 people were killed and hundreds more injured in Samoa, American
China Rethink on Treasuries Is Echo of Premier's 2009 Worry

China Rethink on Treasuries Is Echo of Premier's 2009 Worry

China’s showing once again that it’s not afraid to wield the clout of its hoard of Treasuries to catch the attention of U.S. officials and the world’s biggest debt market. But as in a previous episode
Nafta Nations Plan More Talks for Mexico in February

Nafta Nations Plan More Talks for Mexico in February

The U.S., Canada and Mexico plan a seventh round of negotiations for a new Nafta deal for February in Mexico City even as they focus on preparations for talks in Montreal in two weeks, according to
If Pentagon Knows More About Missing Satellite, It's Not Saying

If Pentagon Knows More About Missing Satellite, It's Not Saying

The Pentagon refused any public comment on a secret U.S. government satellite that apparently crashed into the sea after it was launched by Elon Musk’s Space Exploration Technologies Corp.
Chao Says Trump Administration Doesn't Want to Hamper Innovation

Chao Says Trump Administration Doesn't Want to Hamper Innovation

U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao discusses President Donald Trump possibly withdrawing the U.S. from Nafta and the administration's focus on innovation with Bloomberg's Emily Chang from the
May Declares War on ‘Scourge’ of Plastic With 25-Year U.K. Plan

May Declares War on ‘Scourge’ of Plastic With 25-Year U.K. Plan

Prime Minister Theresa May declared war on plastics, outlining a plan to eliminate “avoidable” waste by 2042, including proposals for new taxes and funding for sustainable alternatives.
Macron Uses Rome Summit to Advance His Integration Agenda

Macron Uses Rome Summit to Advance His Integration Agenda

French President Emmanuel Macron, pressing his ambitious drive for reform of the European Union, said he and six fellow leaders at a summit of the bloc’s southern members agreed to seek “a veritable
Trump Deflects Questions About Possible Mueller Interview

Trump Deflects Questions About Possible Mueller Interview

President Trump was asked about a possible interview request from Special Counsel Robert Mueller during a press conference at the White House on Wednesday. Bloomberg's Toluse Olorunnipa reports on
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