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Trade War With China Could Cost Auto Industry…

Auto industry watchers fear the increasing tariffs, coupled with the president's stance on NAFTA, could be catastrophic for American manufacturers.

Thousands rally across Russia against raising pension ages

Thousands have rallied across Russia to protest the government's plan to raise the eligibility age for retirement pensions by five years

Glenn Hubbard on U.S. Deficit, Tariffs and Fed…

Sep.21 -- Glenn Hubbard, Columbia Business School dean, discusses the federal budget deficit, the Trump administration's trade policies and Federal Reserve monetary policy with Bloomberg's Tom Keene on "Bloomberg Markets."

Ford Motor told to pay Thai customers for…

Ford Motor ordered to compensate Thai customers for faulty transmissions

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PayPal Just Dealt A Major Blow To One Of InfoWars…

PayPal decided to stop handling financial transactions for the InfoWars online store, which is a big source of revenue for Alex Jones and his brand.

AP FACT CHECK: Trump's errant claims on Kavanaugh…

AP FACT CHECK: Trump's week marked by errant claims about Kavanaugh's accuser, appointing federal judges, boosting the economy and lowering 'Obamacare' premiums

Why JPMorgan Is Downgrading Homebuilder Stocks

Sep.21 -- Bloomberg's Peter Jeffrey explains why JPMorgan Chase & Co. is downgrading homebuilder stocks. He speaks with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu and Caroline Hyde on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close."

Life Insurance Company Offers Lower Rates In…

Financial service John Hancock says users aren't required to turn over data to the company, but it offers a lot of incentives for them to do so.

After Florence, what to know about your insurance coverage

The hurricane is over, now what do I do? Insurance experts weigh in

May Says U.K., EU at an `Impasse,' Repeats…

Sep.21 -- U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May gives a statement in London about Brexit negotiations which she said are "at an impasse." She also repeated her warning that Britain must be prepared for a "no-deal" scenario.

Bourbon maker Four Roses reaches deal to settle strike

A union leader says striking workers at Four Roses will return to work next week after the Kentucky bourbon maker and union officials reached a tentative agreement to end a two-week walkout

Undercover Reporters Find Ticketmaster Colluding…

Ticketmaster stands to make a profit off the ticket resale practice.

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Judges signal they'll revive Sarah Palin defamation lawsuit

A federal appeals panel seems poised to reinstate a defamation lawsuit Sarah Palin brought against The New York Times.

2020 Is Slowdown Time, Deutsche Bank Economist…

Sep.21 -- Peter Hooper, chief economist at Deutsche Bank Securities, discusses the U.S, 10-Year yield and the potential for an economic slowdown in 2020. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance."

Rising oil prices haven't hurt the US economy so…

An old bogeyman, higher oil prices, may still be scary but doesn't have the same power to hurt the US economy

Delta Raises Checked Bag Fee, Matching Competitors

The move comes as the company is looking at lower earnings for 2018, due in part to rising fuel costs.

PayPal is the latest platform to ditch Alex Jones…

PayPal is the latest platform to ditch Jones and his Infowars site, which along with conspiracy theories peddles "I Stand With Trump" t-shirts, Wake Up America coffee, dietary supplements and survival food

Italy Is `No Major Drama,' Says Teneo's Piccoli

Sep.21 -- Teneo Intelligence's Wolfango Piccoli and Pimco's CIO of global fixed income Andrew Balls discuss the outlook for Italy's budget, European political stability and bond yields. They speak on "Bloomberg Surveillance."

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S&P Raises Cyprus to Investment Grade

Sep.21 -- Cypriot Finance Minister Harris Georgiades discusses the upgrade of the country's credit rating, the banking sector, Russian investment in Cyprus, their ties with Turkey and trade relations with the U.K. He speaks exclusively on "Bloomberg Markets: European Open."

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Twitter finds software privacy bug affecting…

Twitter says a bug might have caused private messages and protected tweets from some users to be mistakenly sent to developers who were not the intended recipients

Cyprus Economy Has Come Out of 'Cardiac Arrest…

Sep.21 -- John Hourican, chief executive officer at Bank of Cyprus Holding, discusses investing in Cyprus, the economy, his non-performing loan exposure and the impact of Brexit on the company. He speaks exclusively on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe."