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House and Senate Work on Compromise Tax Bill

House and Senate Work on Compromise Tax Bill

Bloomberg's Toluse Olorunnipa reports on the House and Senate working on compromise tax legislation. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
How to Spy on Kim Jong Un's Nuclear Plans From 6,000 Miles Away

How to Spy on Kim Jong Un's Nuclear Plans From 6,000 Miles Away

Analysts engage in a high-stakes guessing game to determine what moves the rogue regime will make next
Cordray Announces Bid for Ohio Governor After Leaving CFPB

Cordray Announces Bid for Ohio Governor After Leaving CFPB

Richard Cordray, whose resignation as director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau sparked a battle over the agency’s leadership, officially announced that he’s running for governor of Ohio
U.S. Disputes Putin's Claim That Syrian War Is Winding Down

U.S. Disputes Putin's Claim That Syrian War Is Winding Down

The Syrian conflict is likely to drag on and could reignite into full-scale civil war as long as President Bashar al-Assad remains in power, despite efforts by Russia to paint the conflict as winding
Chamber of Commerce's Harris Encouraged by Tax Plan

Chamber of Commerce's Harris Encouraged by Tax Plan

Caroline Harris, U.S. Chamber of Commerce chief tax counsel, discusses the impact of the GOP's tax overhaul plan on the economy with Bloomberg's David Westin and Shery Ahn on "Bloomberg Markets:
'House of Cards' to Resume Taping Minus Kevin Spacey

'House of Cards' to Resume Taping Minus Kevin Spacey

Los Angeles (AP) -- Production is resuming next year on the sixth and final season of "House of Cards."
Senate's ‘Unpleasant Surprise’ Hurts Tax Breaks for Tech, Others

Senate's ‘Unpleasant Surprise’ Hurts Tax Breaks for Tech, Others

One of the last-minute, late-night changes Senate Republicans made to their tax-overhaul plan may mean higher taxes for corporations, including technology firms, than the bill’s drafters intended,
Trudeau’s Beijing Scramble Is Canada’s Latest Trade Stumble

Trudeau’s Beijing Scramble Is Canada’s Latest Trade Stumble

Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and China's Premier Li Keqiang (L) walk during a review of Chinese paramilitary guards during a welcome ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on
Portugal's Centeno on Euro Fiscal Union, Bitcoin

Portugal's Centeno on Euro Fiscal Union, Bitcoin

Portuguese Finance Minister Mario Centeno discusses the prospects for fiscal union in Europe. He speaks with Bloomberg's Nejra Cehic. (Source: Bloomberg)
Rep. Brat Says Low Tax Rate Key to Growth

Rep. Brat Says Low Tax Rate Key to Growth

Rep. Dave Brat, a Virginia Republican and member of the House Budget Committee, discusses the prospects for U.S. tax reform with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu and Julia Chatterley on "Bloomberg Markets."
Tax Reform Losers From Biofuels to Coal to Get Second Chance

Tax Reform Losers From Biofuels to Coal to Get Second Chance

Energy lobbyists, who failed to get a range of expired breaks for biofuels to coal-fired power plants into the $1.5 trillion tax overhaul bill making its way through Congress, may get a second chance
The Shutdown Showdown Looming in Washington

The Shutdown Showdown Looming in Washington

Bloomberg's Anna Edgerton reports on the looming shutdown showdown in Washington. She speaks with Bloomberg's David Westin and Shery Ahn on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power." (Source: Bloomberg)
Former Prosecutor Ray Unsure Where Mueller Probe Heading

Former Prosecutor Ray Unsure Where Mueller Probe Heading

Robert Ray, former Whitewater independent counsel, discusses Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investing into Russian meddling in the U.S. election. He speaks with Bloomberg's David Westin and Shery
John Anderson, Independent Who Ran for President, Dies at 95

John Anderson, Independent Who Ran for President, Dies at 95

John B. Anderson, a former Republican congressman from Illinois who challenged the two-party system by running as an independent candidate in the 1980 presidential election, has died. He was 95.
Zarrab in Jail Said Lying Required to Get Leniency

Zarrab in Jail Said Lying Required to Get Leniency

Reza Zarrab, the Turkish currency trader who admitted helping Iran move billions of dollars in violation of U.S. financial sanctions, said in a recorded jailhouse conversation that he needed to lie
U.K. Business's Patience Tested as May, Juncker Say No Deal Yet

U.K. Business's Patience Tested as May, Juncker Say No Deal Yet

U.K. Plc’s frustration over a lack of Brexit clarity intensified as a breakthrough in talks failed to materialize.
Why the New Euro-Area Chief Enjoys Emmanuel Macron's Backing

Why the New Euro-Area Chief Enjoys Emmanuel Macron's Backing

Top of the in-tray for the new head of the group of euro-area finance ministers, Mario Centeno of Portugal, is steering reforms in the currency union as the region’s economic recovery takes hold.
Here’s Where the GOP Tax Plan Stands Right Now

Here’s Where the GOP Tax Plan Stands Right Now

House and Senate lawmakers plan to begin working this week on compromise tax legislation, a key step in their drive to send a package of tax cuts to President Donald Trump by the end of the year.
Summers Says Senate Tax Plan Will Cost Lives

Summers Says Senate Tax Plan Will Cost Lives

Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Larry Summers discusses the GOP's tax overhaul plan with Bloomberg's David Westin on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
U.K. Gains Billions of Pounds in Health-Care Investments

U.K. Gains Billions of Pounds in Health-Care Investments

As many as 30 health-care companies will join with the U.K. to invest billions of pounds in projects as the government pledges to make the country more attractive for the life sciences industry,