Friday, June 29

ByKevin Sheekey

Most Read on the Bloomberg Terminal (Last 24 Hours):
Italy Secures Migration Package in Win for Populists From EU
(Bloomberg)

Also from the EU Summit in Brussels:
Theresa May Hits EU With Terror Warning as Brexit Mood Gets Bitter (Bloomberg)


Brexit Frontrunning Update: U.K. Lawmaker Joins Calls for Inquiry Into Hedge Funds’ Use of Private Brexit Polling
U.K. lawmaker Bob Seely, a Conservative member of parliament for the Isle of Wight, joined a growing chorus of British lawmakers calling for an investigation into the practices revealed by a Bloomberg story on Monday. He said: “Given the Bloomberg investigation earlier this week which showed that hedge funds have been buying private polling data that effectively allowed them to front run the Brexit vote, isn’t it time to initiate a parliamentary inquiry into the behavior of those involved?” (Bloomberg)




Newsroom Shooting in Maryland: Suspected Gunman Had Vendetta Against Annapolis Paper, Police Say (Washington Post)




Best of late night.

“We’re going on vacation next week, so we won’t be able to talk about what’s going on with the country. Hopefully, when we get back, there will still be one!”
— Stephen Colbert

“With the looming shadow of the Mueller investigation, Trump has to completely distance himself from anything Russian! So today the White House announced he’ll be meeting with Vladimir Putin on July 16th. Well okay, it makes sense, it is time for Trump’s annual employee review.”
— Stephen Colbert