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Europe’s Center Holds, but Just Barely

Europe’s Center Holds, but Just Barely

Europe’s year of electoral showdowns between mainstream and populist parties has ended with the establishment weakened in Germany and battered in Italy—and trouble brewing for both.

Published 5 months ago

Italy Vote Produces No Clear Victor, Exit Polls Show

Italy Vote Produces No Clear Victor, Exit Polls Show

Italy’s national elections yielded no outright winner on Sunday, according to initial exit polls, likely ushering in a protracted period of political instability and tension in the eurozone’s third-largest economy.

Published 5 months ago

Undermined and Beleaguered, H.R. McMaster Soldiers On

Undermined and Beleaguered, H.R. McMaster Soldiers On

Pentagon looks for new assignment for a National Security Adviser trapped between competing agendas, even though White House says his job is secure for now.

Published 5 months ago

Berlusconi and Five Star battle for first place in Italy poll

Berlusconi and Five Star battle for first place in Italy poll

Turnout on track to be lowest on record, signalling rise in discontent with political elite

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Credit-Card Losses Surge at Small Banks

Credit-Card Losses Surge at Small Banks

Small banks have been fighting for a bigger piece of the credit-card market in search of higher returns. Now, they’re contending with rising losses.

Published 5 months ago

No exemptions for Donald Trump’s US steel tariffs

No exemptions for Donald Trump’s US steel tariffs

Top US trade aide warns allies such as Canada and UK they will have to pay

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Deal with SPD puts Angela Merkel back in Germany’s driving seat

Deal with SPD puts Angela Merkel back in Germany’s driving seat

Chancellor restores her authority but critics say government is not as robust as it seems

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Buyback boom set to take US shareholder returns above $1tn

Buyback boom set to take US shareholder returns above $1tn

Growth in stock repurchases outstrips investment in capex, R&D and employees

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Europe Fears Return of Steel Glut as U.S. Imposes Tariffs

Europe Fears Return of Steel Glut as U.S. Imposes Tariffs

President Trump’s announcement of punitive steel tariffs may raise U.S. prices short term, but in Europe they could have the opposite effect.

Published 5 months ago

Merkel’s Fourth Term Likely to Be Her Last

Merkel’s Fourth Term Likely to Be Her Last

By the end of her new term she will have served 16 years at the head of the German government, a rarity in Europe’s tumultuous political landscape, where the shelf life of democratically elected leaders is getting shorter and shorter.

Published 5 months ago

How China’s Geely Turned a Disassembled Mercedes Into a Global Car Company

How China’s Geely Turned a Disassembled Mercedes Into a Global Car Company

Once viewed as an also-ran at home and abroad, Geely has leveraged its purchase of Volvo to improve its technology and emerge as the No. 1 local brand in China. Now, the company’s founder has bought a big stake in Daimler and Geely aims to conquer the rest of the world.

Published 5 months ago

Cuba braced for life after Castro

Cuba braced for life after Castro

Transition comes at a delicate time for the island

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