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Barely weeks in power, the prime minister is fending off rebellions from within his party and strikes from without.

  • Martin Ivens | Bloomberg
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Irredentism and nationalism are demons that Europeans west of Russia thought they had slain. Hungary’s leader disabuses them of the fantasy.

  • Andreas Kluth | Bloomberg
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Despite months of rapid tightening, monetary policy isn’t yet restrictive.

  • The Editors | Bloomberg
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Splitting costs 50-50 isn’t the right answer for most couples who live together.

  • Erin Lowry | Bloomberg
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Two days after the Fed chair placed the policy onus on paycheck inflation in the sector, a measure of precisely that displayed worrisome strength. 

  • Jonathan Levin | Bloomberg
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The edgy fashion house hopes to distance itself from the impression that it intentionally built two ad campaigns linked to child pornography.

  • Stephen L. Carter | Bloomberg
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As economists and yield curves warn about a potential downturn in 2023, the resilience of corporate bonds may help engineer a soft landing.

  • Jonathan Levin | Bloomberg
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Early signals of lower vai at the US bank highlight how unusual payouts were in 2021. Conversations will be trickier this year.

  • Paul J. Davies | Bloomberg
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The company’s within rights to restrict withdrawals from its flagship real estate investment trust. But that doesn’t mean the move won’t sting.

  • Chris Hughes | Bloomberg
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Any ANC leader is going to be challenged. Decades after apartheid, the country is held back by deep economic problems. 

  • Daniel Moss | Bloomberg
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Japan has had enough of being a “good loser.” A pair of shock victories against Spain and Germany are putting the soccer world on notice.

  • Gearoid Reidy | Bloomberg
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It’s not just the cuisine — France’s energy policy and transportation system are also worthy of admiration.

  • Matthew Yglesias | Bloomberg
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Ailing health and shoddy care are driving many older people out of the workforce, threatening Britain’s growth prospects.

  • Therese Raphael | Bloomberg
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Investors only have to look at the World Cup in Qatar to see how the concept of ESG breaks down.

  • Merryn Somerset Webb | Bloomberg
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The Anglophone nations are squandering one of their biggest advantages by refusing to enact sensible immigration reforms. 

  • Mihir Sharma | Bloomberg
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The Asian nation’s makers of excavators and diggers are raising their global profile. The likes of Caterpillar should be worried.

  • Anjani Trivedi | Bloomberg
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Even with private equity sidelined, investors are wary of deals that involve taking on additional leverage.

  • Chris Hughes | Bloomberg
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It’s appealing to postpone paying for gifts and things this year as budgets tighten. But as the temptation grows so do the risks. 

  • Alexis Leondis and Leticia Miranda | Bloomberg
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The treatment offers a new twist on proven methods to help people lose unwanted pounds.

  • Lisa Jarvis | Bloomberg
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Broken promises and decades of discrimination have destroyed trust, but new legislation is offering another chance for the US to address agriculture’s legacy of racism.

  • Adam Minter | Bloomberg
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