published Sep 12, 2017 8:28:46 PM, by John Voskuhl (Bloomberg) — Three Democratic senators joined President Donald Trump for a White House dinner Tuesday aimed at winning their support for an as-yet unreleased tax overhaul bill that would be written by Republican leaders. Trump’s guests — Joe Manchin of West
published Sep 12, 2017 5:57:25 PM, by Carlos Manuel Rodriguez and Nacha Cattan (Bloomberg) — Mexico will most likely expand its oil hedge marginally for 2018 as it liberalizes gasoline prices, while the cost for the government to protect crude exports against a drastic drop in prices will be about
published Sep 12, 2017 6:54:26 PM, by Kanga Kong (Bloomberg) — In its first official response to new United Nations sanctions, North Korea said it will accelerate its plans to acquire a nuclear weapon that can strike the U.S. homeland. The UN resolution verified that its push for nuclear weapons
I still remember how our Social Studies in high school drilled into our minds how the signers of the Declaration of Independence were risking their lives signing that document. That they were, yet they were not going to allow themselves to be bullied to by any music celebrity, actor, anyone
published Sep 11, 2017 5:00:00 PM, by Fion Li (Bloomberg) — Hong Kong’s Financial Secretary Paul Chan warned potential buyers to be careful buying property in the world’s most expensive housing market, as moves by the Federal Reserve to unwind its balance sheet may shrink money supply. Chan warned in
published Sep 11, 2017, 4:23:29 PM, by Erik Wasson, Laura Litvan and Elizabeth Dexheimer (Bloomberg) — The massive data breach at Equifax Inc. is “exhibit A” on the need for strong U.S. regulation, including higher fines against companies that mishandle consumers’ personal information, second-ranking Senate Democrat Dick Durbin said Monday.
published Sep 11, 2017, 6:01:00 PM, by Robert Hutton (Bloomberg) — Britain will continue to offer troops to European Union operations after Brexit, as well as agreeing to joint foreign policy positions with the bloc, as part of the close relationship that Theresa May’s government is pitching for. The latest
published Sep 6, 2017, 10:57:49 AM, by Christopher Condon and Craig Torres (Bloomberg) —Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer has resigned effective in mid-October, giving President Donald Trump scope to start reshaping the leadership of the U.S. central bank sooner than expected and clouding the longer-term outlook for monetary policy.
published Sep 8, 2017, 11:21:43 AM, by Suzanne Woolley (Bloomberg) —One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them,One Ring to bring them all, and in the darkness bind them.—J.R.R. Tolkien David Haas doesn’t like to give out his Social Security number. He fends off all the requests
published Sep 10, 2017, 3:00:00 PM, by Jiyeun Lee and Hooyeon Kim (Bloomberg) —South Korea and North Korea could hardly be further apart right now: A new democratic president has been elected in Seoul after the peaceful ouster of his predecessor over a political scandal, while a dictator in Pyongyang has