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German Election 2017 Info

Angela Merkel 46.1%

46.1

Martin Schulz 23.6%

23.6

News Stream (Bloomberg)
Bloomberg 277

Positive25.99%

25.99

Negative38.63%

38.63

Neutral22.02%

22.02

Kenya Sets Oct. 26 as New Presidential Election Date

Kenya’s electoral commission rescheduled the date for a rerun of last month’s annulled presidential vote, as President Uhuru Kenyatta slammed the Supreme Court ruling that overturned his victory as a “judicial coup.”...

  


Support Grows for Germany's AFD Ahead of Election

Daniel Gros, director at Centre for European Policy Studies, discusses the German election and the rise of the extreme parties. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe." (Source: Bloomberg)...

  


Multiple Pilot Failures Deemed Cause of Pence's LaGuardia Skid

A series of errors by the pilots of the plane carrying then vice-presidential candidate Mike Pence sent it skidding off a runway in New York in October, the National Transportation Safety Board said in a final report establishing probable cause of the accident....

  


Theresa May Fights to Contain Her Own Brexit Revolt

Weakened by a disastrous snap election and facing tough talks with the EU, she’s left with no good options....

  


Haley Says U.S. Will Respond If North Korea Strikes

U.S. Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley speaks at a news conference about U.S. policy on North Korea. (Source: Bloomberg)...

  


Barcelona Braces for Protests Before Referendum Vote

Barcelona is bracing for ongoing protests after campaigners for Catalan independence scuffled overnight with Spanish police cracking down on plans for a referendum on secession. Bloomberg's Maria Tadeo reports on "What'd You Miss?" (Source: Bloomberg)...

  


Poland's Foreign Min. Says in Talks With U.S. on LNG Deal

Polish Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski discusses the possibility of a LNG deal with U.S. suppliers. He speaks with Bloomberg's Nejra Cehic on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)...

  


IISS Director on German Elections, EU Defense and Iran

Francois Heisbourg, director of the International Institute for Strategic Studies, discusses the impact of the German elections on France and the EU with Bloomberg's Matt Miller and Guy Johnson on "Bloomberg Markets: European Open." (Source: Bloomberg)...

  


Young Labour Leader Electrifies New Zealand Politics in Knife-Edge Election

Win or lose, Jacinda Ardern has electrified New Zealand politics....

  


N. Korea Threatens Nuclear Test in Response to Sanctions

Reports out of Seoul say North Korea may respond to new U.S. sanctions by way of testing a nuclear weapon in the Pacific. Bloomberg's Peter Pae reports on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia." (Source: Bloomberg)...

  


Former Australian Leader Says Gay-Rights Advocate Head-Butted Him

A former Australian prime minister who decided two years ago that the people should vote on whether same-sex marriage should be legalized says he has been head-butted by a gay rights advocate while walking on a city street....

  


Kim Jong Un: 'Deranged' Trump Will 'Pay Dearly' for Threat

Seoul, South Korea (AP) -- North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, in an extraordinary and direct rebuke, called President Donald Trump "deranged" and said he will "pay dearly" for his threats, a possible indication of more powerful weapons tests on the horizon....

  


Senate Is on Cusp of Passing Graham-Cassidy Health Bill

Bloomberg's Sahil Kapur reports on the GOP's Obamacare repeal bill. He speaks with Bloomberg's David Gura and Shery Ahn on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power." (Source: Bloomberg)...

  


North Korea Says Actions May Include Pacific H-Bomb Test

North Korea struck back at U.S. President Donald Trump’s threats to destroy it, with Kim Jong Un warning of the "highest level of hard-line countermeasure in history” and his foreign minister suggesting that could include testing a hydrogen bomb in the Pacific Ocean....

  


New Zealand’s Ruling Party Holds Lead in Final TV Poll Before Election

New Zealand’s ruling National Party held its the lead over the main opposition Labour Party in the final television opinion poll before a general election, though Labour could still form a government on the numbers....

  


Spain Hires Cruise Liner to House Police in Rebel Catalonia

Spain has discreetly hired ferries to be moored in the Port of Barcelona as temporary housing for possibly thousands of police specially deployed to keep order in rebel Catalonia and help suppress an illegal independence referendum....

  


Barcelona Braces for Sustained Protests After Police Raids

Barcelona is bracing for ongoing protests after campaigners for Catalan independence scuffled overnight with Spanish police cracking down on plans for a referendum on secession....

  


Best Self-Driving Tech Going Nowhere as Rules Stall Under Trump

The technology that gives cars superpowers to see around corners and through walls won’t be on the first self-driving rides hitting the road in the next few years....

  


Twitter Will Meet With Senate Committee Probing 2016 Election

Twitter Inc. says that it will meet with the staff of the U.S. Senate committee investigating the 2016 election....

  


Trudeau Pitches ‘Progressive’ Trade as EU-Canada Pact Kicks In

The Canada-EU trade pact is kicking in after a series of delays, reducing an estimated 9,000 tariffs as leaders hail the deal as a boost for globalization at a time of political unrest....

  


French Unions to Protest Macron, But Where Are the Crowds?

French unions will try to show Thursday that opposition to President Emmanuel Macron’s policies is growing as the government prepares to implement a new labor law and embark on other reforms....

  


Swissquote's Rosenstreich Sees Little Risk out of Germany

Peter Rosenstreich, head of market strategy at Swissquote Bank, discusses the potential market impact of the German election. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe." (Source: Bloomberg)...

  


Saudi Minister Says Detainees Were 'Pushing an Extremist Agenda'

A Saudi crackdown on prominent citizens who had been critical of the government targeted people who "were pushing an extremist agenda" and took funding from foreign countries, according to Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir....

  


New Zealand Election Still Too Close to Call, Newshub Poll Shows

New Zealand’s ruling National Party held its the lead over the main opposition Labour Party in the final television opinion poll before a general election, though Labour could still form a government on the numbers....

  


Barcelona Braces for Sustained Protests After Raids on Officials

Barcelona is bracing for fresh protests after campaigners for Catalan independence scuffled overnight with Spanish police cracking down on plans for a referendum on secession....

  


North Korea Says Trump’s Threat Akin to 'Sound of a Dog Barking'

North Korea’s foreign minister ridiculed U.S. President Donald Trump’s threat to annihilate the isolated state, saying his warning was akin to the sound of a barking dog....

  


Merkel Pushes to Mobilize Vote

German Chancellor Angela Merkel sought to mobilize supporters to go to the ballot box. Polls show her CDU party ceding some ground to smaller parties though it still remains ahead. Bloomberg's Matt Miller reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe." (Source: Bloomberg)...

  


Pension Crisis Looms as India's Workers Shun Sunset Savings

India’s much-vaunted demographic dividend has a weak spot -- very few of the nation’s workers are saving for retirement....

  


Regional Power Split Threatens Vote on Zuma's Succession

The top leadership of South Africa’s ruling African National Congress starts meeting on Friday in a bid to heal a bitter split in the key region of KwaZulu-Natal that could derail its plans to elect a successor to President Jacob Zuma as party leader in December....

  


UN Unveils New Peace Plan for Libya to Clear Path to Elections

The United Nations said its road map for peace in Libya wasn’t working in its current form and unveiled plans to revamp the agreement to unify the North African country and pave the way for new elections....

  


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