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Spanish Bank Eyes Post-Brexit HQ in London

Spanish Bank Eyes Post-Brexit HQ in London

Spain’s Alantra Partners SA is considering moving its headquarters from Madrid to London in a bet the U.K. capital will remain the center of European business and finance even after Brexit, according
Saudi Women to Attend Official Soccer Matches for First Time

Saudi Women to Attend Official Soccer Matches for First Time

Women in Saudi Arabia will be able to attend official soccer matches for the first time this year, as the kingdom relaxes rules on entertainment.
Allies Defend President Trump's Mental Health

Allies Defend President Trump's Mental Health

Bloomberg's Stephanie Baker reports on Michael Wolff's book concerning President Trump and whether it will have a long-term impact on his presidency. She speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source:
What Trump’s Physical Exam Might Not Reveal

What Trump’s Physical Exam Might Not Reveal

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Poland to Announce Cabinet Revamp as Fight With EU Deepens

Poland to Announce Cabinet Revamp as Fight With EU Deepens

Poland’s prime minister will announce a "deep reshuffle" of his administration on Tuesday before he meets the head of the European Commission to discuss a judicial overhaul that has triggered the
Slovenia's Top Opposition Party Leads Poll Before Spring Ballot

Slovenia's Top Opposition Party Leads Poll Before Spring Ballot

The opposition party of former Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Jansa, who tumbled out of politics amid a 2013 bribery conviction that was later overturned, has a slight lead among voters before this
Flying Domestic May Get Harder Thanks to Driver’s License Law

Flying Domestic May Get Harder Thanks to Driver’s License Law

States balk at new IDs and data sharing as a danger to privacy, but the federal government could bar their residents from travel if they don’t comply.
Baby Girl, Ready to Go Home, Is Still in Hospital 400 Days Later

Baby Girl, Ready to Go Home, Is Still in Hospital 400 Days Later

Hospitals are far more expensive than home nursing, but the U.S. has no comprehensive system to finance it. Parents can go bankrupt trying to take their kids home.
Bannon’s Olive Branch Too Late for Angry Trump

Bannon’s Olive Branch Too Late for Angry Trump

Stephen Bannon’s attempt to make amends for his comments trashing Donald Trump’s family did little to tamp down the president’s anger at his former chief strategist, as aides describe the president
Trump Physical Comes as Critics Question Fitness for Office

Trump Physical Comes as Critics Question Fitness for Office

President Donald Trump gets his first physical since taking office on Friday, but Americans may not find out much about the health of the 71-year-old chief executive with a taste for McDonald’s and an
Republicans, Democrats Far Apart on Deal as Shutdown Clock Ticks

Republicans, Democrats Far Apart on Deal as Shutdown Clock Ticks

Republicans and Democrats in Congress are once again far apart on a government spending bill with just days to go before a partial shutdown.
Macron Calls for China-EU Relationship to ‘Enter 21st Century’

Macron Calls for China-EU Relationship to ‘Enter 21st Century’

French President Emmanuel Macron called for an overhaul to relations between China and the European Union, pushing for more balanced trade ties while embracing President Xi Jinping’s signature
#MeToo Revelations Force Top Politician to Quit Job in Norway

#MeToo Revelations Force Top Politician to Quit Job in Norway

The #MeToo movement forced a top Norwegian politician to step down from his job as the deputy leader of the country’s biggest opposition party after allegations of misconduct.
Brexit Bulletin: What the Reshuffle Means for Brexit

Brexit Bulletin: What the Reshuffle Means for Brexit

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Israel Bans Entry of NGO Representatives Supporting Boycott

Israel Bans Entry of NGO Representatives Supporting Boycott

Israel has blacklisted 20 groups from around the world that support the Palestinian-led boycott campaign against it, barring their members from entering the country.
How Banker's Conviction Strains U.S.-Turkey Ties: QuickTake Q&A

How Banker's Conviction Strains U.S.-Turkey Ties: QuickTake Q&A

The conviction in a U.S. court of Mehmet Hakan Atilla, former head of international banking at state-owned Halkbank, may cause more trouble for the lender and further strain relations between Turkey
Oprah Denies Presidential Ambition After ‘Oprah 2020’ Goes Viral

Oprah Denies Presidential Ambition After ‘Oprah 2020’ Goes Viral

Minutes after giving a rousing speech at the Golden Globes Awards that promised “a new day” for women, minorities and the downtrodden, Oprah Winfrey said she has no ambitions to run for president.
Berlusconi Could End Up Holding the Aces After Italian Vote

Berlusconi Could End Up Holding the Aces After Italian Vote

Silvio Berlusconi may be banned from running for office, but he could still be the kingmaker in Italy after the March 4 election.
Merkel Hemmed In by Hard-Liners Pushing Right in Coalition Talks

Merkel Hemmed In by Hard-Liners Pushing Right in Coalition Talks

Angela Merkel’s own party bloc is making her life more difficult as hard-liners seek to force the German chancellor to shift to the right in talks on setting up a government.
92-Year-Old Mahathir to Lead Malaysian Opposition

92-Year-Old Mahathir to Lead Malaysian Opposition

Malaysia’s opposition named Mahathir Mohamad, 92, as candidate for prime minister in an election that must be held by August. Bloomberg's Anisah Shukry reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia." (Source: