Wednesday, July 18
Most Read on the Bloomberg Terminal (Last 8 Hours):
-Bernanke, Geithner, Paulson Voice Concern About Next Crisis
-Google Fined $5 Billion By EU and Told to Alter Android Model
Bank Earnings Today: Morgan Stanley’s Dealmakers Post Biggest Gains on Wall Street (Bloomberg)
Art of the Non-Apology: How Trump Retreats: Grudging Apologies, Plus a Wink and a Nod to the Original Insult (Washington Post)
Remember the Tax Returns? Helsinki Provides New Reason for Trump to Release His Tax Returns (Bloomberg Opinion – Tim O’Brien)
Obama in South Africa: Warns Against Rise of ‘Strongman Politics’ (New York Times)
Poll: 73% of Democrats Want ‘A Fresh Face’ as 2020 Nominee (Rasmussen Reports)
Cesca Antonelli Named Editor in Chief of Bloomberg BNA (Talking Biz News)
Headlines from around the world.
Japan Times: Japan – EU Pact sends U.S. a Free Trade Message
New York Times: MGM Resorts Sues 1,000 Victims of Las Vegas Shooting, Seeking to Avoid Liability
The National (UAE): Donald Trump’s Handwritten Notes on Russia Caught on Camera
China Daily: China Soybean Prices Hurt Little by US Tariff Moves
Bloomberg: Singapore Snatches World’s Best Airline Crown From Qatar
Best of late night.
“President Trump today — in an attempt to explain what the Helsinki was going through his cotton candy-covered head when he stood next to Vladimir Putin, of all people, and took sides with Russia over our own American intelligence agencies — now says it was just a tiny little slip-up. Even smaller than his fists.”
— Jimmy Kimmel
“Who among us hasn’t said the exact opposite of what he just said in front of cameras on multiple occasions? I’m sorry, let me clarify — that sentence should be, ‘Who among us has not not done that?’”
— Stephen Colbert
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