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Trudeau Snubs Boeing, Unveils Plan to Buy Used Australian Jets

Trudeau Snubs Boeing, Unveils Plan to Buy Used Australian Jets

The Trudeau government is escalating a trade fight with Boeing Co., ditching plans to buy 18 Super Hornets while launching a search for new fighter jets under parameters that could hamper future bids
U.K. Wants ‘Virtually Identical’ Trade Deal With EU After Brexit

U.K. Wants ‘Virtually Identical’ Trade Deal With EU After Brexit

International Trade Secretary Liam Fox said the U.K. would like a trading relationship with the European Union after it leaves the bloc that’s “virtually identical” to the one it has now.
The Toughest Votes Are Yet to Come for the Brexit Bill

The Toughest Votes Are Yet to Come for the Brexit Bill

Prime Minister Theresa May’s flagship Brexit Bill continues its slow journey through Parliament Tuesday and Wednesday, with the sixth and seventh days of its eight-day Committee Stage.
Ban Ki-Moon on Climate Change, North Korea Tensions

Ban Ki-Moon on Climate Change, North Korea Tensions

Former UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon discusses the annual global conference on climate change and the escalating tensions between the U.S. and North Korea. He speaks with Bloomberg's Shery Ahn and
What the Tax Overhaul Plan Means for the Middle Class

What the Tax Overhaul Plan Means for the Middle Class

Bloomberg's Sahil Kapur reports on the potential economic impact of the GOP's tax overhaul plan. He speaks with Bloomberg's Julia Chatterley, Joe Weisenthal and Scarlet Fu on "What'd You Miss?"
Trump to Open the Door for Oil Drilling Off U.S.’s East Coast

Trump to Open the Door for Oil Drilling Off U.S.’s East Coast

The Trump administration is preparing to unveil as soon as this week an expansive offshore oil plan that would open the door to selling new drilling rights in Atlantic waters, according to people
Women Targeted by Modi to Help Him Retain Power in India

Women Targeted by Modi to Help Him Retain Power in India

As more women go out to vote in India while their male counterparts stay home, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is shifting attention and planning a raft of female-focused policies before the 2019
India Election Season Casts Shadow on Asia's Priciest Stocks

India Election Season Casts Shadow on Asia's Priciest Stocks

India’s $2.3 trillion stock market has become a magnet for investors since Prime Minister Narendra Modi took office more than three years ago. His performance in the state polls before the 2019
Why China Won't Cut Off North Korea’s Oil Lifeline

Why China Won't Cut Off North Korea’s Oil Lifeline

With North Korea advancing its ballistic missile capability, boasting it can strike anywhere in the U.S., President Donald Trump is pressing China to do more to rein in its errant neighbor. Beijing
Here’s Where the Tax Debate Stands Right Now

Here’s Where the Tax Debate Stands Right Now

House and Senate Republicans are working this week on compromise tax-overhaul legislation in an effort to send it to President Donald Trump by the end of the year. Here are the latest developments,
Trump Says NYC Bombing Shows Need for Tougher Immigration Laws

Trump Says NYC Bombing Shows Need for Tougher Immigration Laws

President Donald Trump said that Monday’s New York City bombing shows the urgency of tightening immigration laws as his spokeswoman argued the administration’s policies would have kept the suspect out
Erdogan Was Target in Bribery Inquiry, Turkish Officer Says

Erdogan Was Target in Bribery Inquiry, Turkish Officer Says

Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan was among the targets of a bribery and money laundering probe in that country related to illicit flows of Iranian oil proceeds, a former Istanbul police officer
Ban Ki-Moon Seeks Global Commitment on Climate Change

Ban Ki-Moon Seeks Global Commitment on Climate Change

Former UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon discusses the annual conference on climate change with Bloomberg's Shery Ahn and David Westin on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power." (Source: Bloomberg)
How Steve Bannon Rescued Roy Moore's Campaign

How Steve Bannon Rescued Roy Moore's Campaign

Bloomberg Businessweek's Josh Green takes a look at how Steve Bannon rescued Roy Moore's Senate campaign. He speaks with Bloomberg's David Westin and Shery Ahn on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of
Harassment Politics Grip Washington and Spur Fear in Both Parties

Harassment Politics Grip Washington and Spur Fear in Both Parties

The country has undergone a sudden shift in attitudes toward allegations of abuse, harassment or other inappropriate behavior and no historical templates exist for how it all might play out.
U.K. Manufacturers Want a Role in Brexit Talks

U.K. Manufacturers Want a Role in Brexit Talks

U.K. manufacturers are pushing Prime Minister Theresa May to give them a key role in Brexit negotiations so they can defend the interests of business as Britain leaves the European Union.
Heritage Action for America CEO Opposes Obamacare Mandate

Heritage Action for America CEO Opposes Obamacare Mandate

Michael Needham, Heritage Action for America chief executive officer, discusses his position on U.S. tax reform with Bloomberg's David Westin and Shery Ahn on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power."
Trump Wants U.S. Return to Moon, Sets No Deadlines for NASA

Trump Wants U.S. Return to Moon, Sets No Deadlines for NASA

President Donald Trump directed NASA on Monday to send American astronauts back to the moon and eventually to Mars, but eliminated his predecessors’ deadlines for such missions.
Sen. Collins Emerges as Key Vote on U.S. Tax Reform

Sen. Collins Emerges as Key Vote on U.S. Tax Reform

Republican Senator Susan Collins of Maine, a key vote on legislation to overhaul the U.S. tax code, said she’s confident agreements she sought as part of her support will be kept but hasn’t made a
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