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    Biden Confuses Harris for Trump, Plot To Kill Defense CEO & France's Fiscal Burden

    Biden Confuses Harris for Trump, Plot To Kill Defense CEO & France's Fiscal Burden

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    On today's podcast: 

    (1) President Joe Biden vowed he would remain in the 2024 presidential race, but two critical mistakes in the span of two hours deepened concerns about his mental acuity that threaten his campaign.

    (2)  US and German security services foiled a Russian plot to assassinate the chief executive officer of Rheinmetall AG, a German arms manufacturer producing weapons for Ukraine, people familiar with the matter said.

    (3) - President Emmanuel Macron sought to convince fellow NATO leaders in Washington this week that the political turmoil in France wouldn't affect his ability to support the military alliance's goals, particularly when it comes to Ukraine.

    (4) Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago President Austan Goolsbee described the latest inflation data as "excellent," adding the figures provided the evidence he's been waiting for to be confident the central bank is on a path to its 2% goal.

    (5) The UK's Labour Party was propelled to a landslide victory in last week's general election by voters with mortgages, a new study shows, suggesting a desire for change among homeowners who are facing higher borrowing costs. 

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    Biden's Bruising Day, UK Listings Overhaul & Toy Drones Rewrite War Economics

    Biden's Bruising Day, UK Listings Overhaul & Toy Drones Rewrite War Economics

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    On today's podcast:

    (1) President Joe Biden faced mounting opposition within his own party Wednesday as a Senate Democrat joined a growing number of House lawmakers in calling on him to step aside. 

    (2) UK regulators have overhauled their rules for companies looking to make their public debut in London, part of a concerted effort to draw more initial public offerings to the City.


    (3) Chancellor of the Exchequer Rachel Reeves faces the prospect of a budgetary hole worth as much as £30 billion pounds ($39 billion) that would hinder the ability of the UK's new government to fix the country's ailing public services.

    (4) Archegos Capital Management founder Bill Hwang was found guilty of criminal charges stemming from his firm's 2021 collapse, concluding a two-month trial that captivated Wall Street.

    (5) Ukraine is deploying an aerial arsenal of toy drones and duct-taped bombs to fight Russia as the economics of war changes. 

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    Starmer on UK Missiles & NATO, Powell Flags Risks & NIMBY Building Costs

    Starmer on UK Missiles & NATO, Powell Flags Risks & NIMBY Building Costs

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    On today's podcast:

    (1) Keir Starmer signaled Ukraine can use Britain’s Storm Shadow missiles to strike military targets inside Russia, confirming he would continue the previous UK government’s policy on the use of its long-range weapons in the Russia-Ukraine war.

    (2) Even as congressional Democrats argued Tuesday over whether to stand behind Joe Biden’s candidacy, the White House and lawmakers grasped for a unified strategy: trying to change the subject from the president’s mental acuity to Donald Trump’s policy goals.

    (3) French President Emmanuel Macron’s former prime minister, Edouard Philippe, called for parties of the center and center-right to join forces to form a new government as political jockeying gains steam in the aftermath of a snap election that has left the country’s parliament deeply divided.

    (4) Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said officials are increasingly wary of potential risks to the labor market from high borrowing costs as they seek more evidence inflation is slowing down.

    (5) China’s consumer prices eked out another small gain in June, hovering near zero for a fifth month, a sign that deflationary pressures continue to impede an economic recovery.

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    White House Parkinson’s Doctor Questions, NATO’s Strength Doubts & French Bond Risks

    White House Parkinson’s Doctor Questions, NATO’s Strength Doubts & French Bond Risks

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    On today's podcast:

    (1) President Joe Biden has not undergone any special neurological testing since his annual physical in February, his physician said as the administration looked to quell concerns about frequent visits to the White House by a Parkinson’s specialist.


    (2) Joe Biden and NATO’s 31 other leaders had hoped their summit this week would celebrate fresh unity against Russia’s Vladimir Putin, send a warning to China and prove the alliance is as strong as ever in its 75th year.


    (3) A political shock in France has forced bond investors to confront the reality that the nation’s fiscal deficit is an issue for here and now, not years down the road.


    (4) Traders should brace for a significant pullback in the stock market as uncertainty swirls around the US presidential campaign, corporate earnings and Federal Reserve policy, according to Morgan Stanley’s Mike Wilson.


    (5) Archegos Capital Management founder Bill Hwang’s lawyer made his final pitch to a jury poised to start deliberating his fate, arguing the US government’s fraud and market-manipulation case over the meltdown of the prolific investor’s family office “makes no sense.”  

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    French Left Shock Victory, Labour’s Growth Plan & House Democrats Pressure Biden

    French Left Shock Victory, Labour’s Growth Plan & House Democrats Pressure Biden

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    On today's podcast:

    (1) A left-wing coalition is on course to win the most seats in France’s legislative election in a surprise blow to far-right leader Marine Le Pen, who had hoped to form the next government.

    (2) France looks headed for political instability after a surprise win by a left-wing coalition in Sunday’s legislative election offered no party a path to claim the majority needed to govern.

    (3) The likelihood of a fragile French government after a shock victory for the left has analysts rushing to gauge the impact on markets there and beyond.

    (4) Rachel Reeves will lay out the new Labour government’s plans to spur private investment in her first major speech as Chancellor of the Exchequer on Monday, as the party tries to ride the momentum of its landslide UK election win last week in a dash for economic growth.

    (5) Several influential congressional Democrats said privately on Sunday they want Joe Biden to step aside as the party’s White House nominee, as the US president enters a pivotal week for his teetering reelection campaign 

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    Labour Wins UK Election Landslide as Sunak's Conservatives Collapse

    Labour Wins UK Election Landslide as Sunak's Conservatives Collapse

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    On today's podcast:

    (1) Keir Starmer's Labour Party won the UK general election and is on course for a huge parliamentary majority with votes still being counted, a result that upends British politics after Rishi Sunak's Conservatives imploded.

    (2) Labour passed the magic number of 326 seats for a House of Commons majority just before 5 a.m. on Friday, confirming a change of government that was predicted for months but is still a remarkable turnaround for Starmer's party in a single electoral cycle.

    (3) Some big Tory names have already lost their seats including Defence Secretary Grant Shapps. The exit poll puts them on course to win 131 seats, as Nigel Farage's populist Reform UK Party took chunks out of the Tory support.

    (4) UK equity-index futures climbed and the pound held recent gains after the Labour Party won a majority of seats in Parliament, giving it a clear mandate to deliver on its pledge for greater economic stability.

    (5) Before the vote, Labour placed economic stability at the top of its manifesto and pledged to stick to tough spending rules. Rachel Reeves, an ex-Bank of England staffer who's set to become the UK's finance minister, said that the administration would not raise three of the UK's key taxes on wages and goods.  

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    Biden's Campaign Unravels, Zelenskiy’s Challenge To Trump & UK Votes

    Biden's Campaign Unravels, Zelenskiy’s Challenge To Trump & UK Votes

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    On today's podcast:

    (1) The drumbeat of pressure on Joe Biden to drop out of the US presidential race intensified Wednesday with a bombshell report in the New York Times that he had conceded the possibility to a key ally, as well as movement within his own party to demand his withdrawal.

    (2) Vice President Kamala Harris has long been written off by many fellow Democrats, with her struggles as the second-in-command seeming to dim her prospects of one day becoming president. But as pressure mounts on President Joe Biden to step aside, party members are suddenly seeing her in a new light.

    (3) Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said Donald Trump should come forward with his plan to quickly end the war with Russia, warning that any proposal must avoid violating the nation’s sovereignty.

    (4) Just over six weeks since a UK general election was called, voters will have their say on the next government with polling stations open from 7am to 10pm.

    (5) Federal Reserve officials said they were awaiting additional evidence that inflation is cooling and were divided on how long to keep interest rates elevated at their last policy meeting 

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    UK Election Final Push, Biden Blames Jet Lag & US Stocks Break Records

    UK Election Final Push, Biden Blames Jet Lag & US Stocks Break Records

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    On today's podcast:

    (1) Boris Johnson made an unexpected campaign appearance on Tuesday night to urge Conservative voters to deny Labour a landslide victory at the UK general election, a last throw of the dice by Rishi Sunak's Tories to try to prevent huge losses that are expected at Thursday's vote.

    (2) The last time the Labour party took over from the Conservatives, it shocked markets by surrendering control of UK interest rates to a newly-independent Bank of England in its first days on the job.

    (3) Marine Le Pen's National Rally is trying to outmaneuver rivals that are pulling out well-worn tricks to keep the far-right out of power in the final round of legislative elections on Sunday.

    (4) President Joe Biden blamed travel plans that took him to France and Italy in the weeks ahead of his disastrous debate against Donald Trump for his poor performance on stage, seeking to explain a moment that has upended the 2024 race and imperiled his re-election prospects.

    (5) For the first time in its history, the S&P 500 closed above 5,500 on Tuesday to extend a blistering 2024 rally that's left analysts scrambling to update their targets.  

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    Inflation ‘Uncertainties’, Trump Immunity Ruling & UK Universities Financial Cliff

    Inflation ‘Uncertainties’, Trump Immunity Ruling & UK Universities Financial Cliff

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    On today's podcast:

    (1) The European Central Bank doesn’t yet have sufficient evidence that inflation threats have passed, President Christine Lagarde said — feeding expectations that officials will take a break from cutting interest rates this month.

    (2) French President Emmanuel Macron’s centrist alliance and the left-wing New Popular Front are weighing whether to pull candidates from the second round of the legislative election on Sunday to keep the ascendant far right out of power.

    (3) Tuition caps and rising inflation have forced schools to slash costs and recruit more lucrative international students. That strategy is now colliding with limits on immigration.

    (4) The Democratic National Committee is considering formally nominating Joe Biden as early as mid-July to ensure that the president is on November ballots, while helping to stamp out intra-party chatter of replacing him after last week’s poor debate performance.

    (5) The criminal trial over Donald Trump’s attempt to overturn the 2020 election could be delayed for a year or more after the US Supreme Court ruled Monday that presidents have some immunity for their “official” acts. 

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    Le Pen’s Far Right National Rally Dominates French Vote

    Le Pen’s Far Right National Rally Dominates French Vote

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    On today's podcast:

    (1) Marine Le Pen’s National Rally scored an emphatic victory in the first round of France’s legislative election and set its sights on an absolute majority as President Emmanuel Macron and her other opponents began maneuvering to keep the far right from power.

    (2) The euro strengthened as traders digested signs Marine Le Pen’s far-right party was poised to win the first round of France’s legislative election with a smaller margin than some polls had indicated.

    (3) Officials arriving at the European Central Bank’s annual retreat in Portugal this week will struggle to escape the political drama engulfing the euro zone’s second-biggest state.

    (4) Opinion polls in Britain are still pointing to a crushing defeat for the governing Conservatives after 14 years in power as the election campaign reaches its final days.

    (5) President Joe Biden’s campaign is going on the attack against a chorus of donors, consultants, officials and media voices calling on him to drop out of the 2024 race after his devastating debate performance. 

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    Daybreak Weekend: U.S Jobs, UK Elections, Hong Kong Handover

    Daybreak Weekend: U.S Jobs, UK Elections, Hong Kong Handover

    Bloomberg Daybreak Weekend with Guest Host John Tucker takes a look at some of the stories we'll be tracking in the coming week.

    • In the US – a preview of the June jobs report.
    • In the UK – a look ahead to UK elections.
    • In Asia – a look ahead to the July 1st anniversary of the handover of Hong Kong to China from British colonial rule.

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    Biden’s Disastrous Debate & The IMF Blasts US Deficits

    Biden’s Disastrous Debate & The IMF Blasts US Deficits

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    On today's podcast:

    (1) President Joe Biden stumbled through exchanges in Thursday's presidential debate, a performance that risks exacerbating concerns about his age and intensifying Democratic worries about their candidate's ability to defeat Republican Donald Trump in November's election.

    (2) The International Monetary Fund said Thursday that the US is running deficits that are too big and is weighed down by too much debt, and it warned of dangers from increasingly aggressive trade policies.

    (3)  European Union leaders nominated Ursula von der Leyen for a second term as president of the bloc's executive arm, as part of an agreement on top jobs for the next five-year mandate. 

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    Top Lobbyist Sees London Gaining Edge & EU Leaders Allocate Top Jobs

    Top Lobbyist Sees London Gaining Edge & EU Leaders Allocate Top Jobs

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    On today's podcast:

    (1) Keir Starmer accused Rishi Sunak of being “out of touch” with voters as the Labour leader promised to fix Britain’s stagnant economy and ailing public services, and the prime minister used the final televised debate to attack his poll-leading rival on taxes ahead of next week’s election.

    (2) Finance chieftains are once again looking to invest in London as political turmoil in France and the US make the UK look more competitive on the global stage, according to the chief executive officer of a top London lobbying group.

    (3) Former French President Francois Hollande indicated he’d be ready to build a new coalition that could govern if elections deliver a hung parliament as a leftist bloc he’s joined struggles to paper over internal divisions.

    (4)European Union leaders are poised to nominate Ursula von der Leyen for a second term as president of the bloc’s executive arm as part of a top jobs deal for the next five-year mandate.

    (5) The era of big paychecks for Chinese financiers is fast coming to an end as some of the industry’s biggest companies impose strict new limits to comply with President Xi Jinping’s “common prosperity” campaign.

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    French Election Debate, Starmer Targets 2.5% Growth & Plane Maker Turbulence

    French Election Debate, Starmer Targets 2.5% Growth & Plane Maker Turbulence

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    On today's podcast:

    (1) Leaders of France’s three biggest political groups clashed in their first televised debate on everything from retirement and taxes to immigration as they sought to convince voters that they can be trusted to run Europe’s second-biggest economy.

    (2) Keir Starmer, who polls show is on course to be Britain’s next prime minister, said his Labour Party would target economic growth of at least 2.5% if it came to power at the July 4 general election.

    (3) Italy will be offered the chance to fill a senior role in the next European Commission as centrist parties look to wrap up a deal on the bloc’s top jobs before a summit later this week.

    (4) Federal Reserve Governor Lisa Cook said it will be appropriate to reduce interest rates “at some point,” adding that she expects inflation to improve gradually this year before more rapid progress in 2025.

    (5) Rivian Automotive will get a much-needed cash infusion through a new partnership with Volkswagen AG as automakers large and small rethink their strategies in a slowing electric-vehicle market. 

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    Nvidia’s $430 Billion Rout, Julian Assange Freed & Britain’s Housing Crisis

    Nvidia’s $430 Billion Rout, Julian Assange Freed & Britain’s Housing Crisis

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    On today's podcast:

    (1) Nvidia Corp. shares entered correction territory on Monday, as an ongoing selloff erased a historic amount of value for the AI-focused chipmaker.

    (2) The Federal Reserve has shown other US regulators a three-page document of possible changes to their bank-capital overhaul that would significantly lighten the load on Wall Street lenders, according to people familiar with the matter. 

    (3) Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange will plead guilty to leaking US national security secrets and return to his home country of Australia, under a deal with the Justice Department that ends an almost 15-year battle over his prosecution.

    (4) President Emmanuel Macron said the agendas of the far-right and far-left blocs in France’s upcoming legislative elections pit the country’s people against each other, going so far as to say that “extreme” parties could spark a “civil war.”

    (5) Britain’s housing crisis has become so acute that the next government will need to build the equivalent of another city the size of London to make up for five decades of below-target construction, analysis of official data shows.

     

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    Tory Betting Scandal, French Markets On Edge & Ozempic Drives Yogurt Pivot

    Tory Betting Scandal, French Markets On Edge & Ozempic Drives Yogurt Pivot

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    (1) Rishi Sunak's chances of avoiding a landslide defeat in the UK general election dwindled further as his governing Conservative Party struggled to contain revelations that several of the prime minister's close aides placed bets on the date of the vote.

    (2) Emmanuel Macron again sought to explain his decision to dissolve parliament, saying he aimed to take into account the defeat his party suffered in European elections and to avoid an even greater risk of turmoil to come.

    (3) China and the European Union agreed to start talks on the bloc's plans to impose tariffs on electric vehicles imported from the Asian nation. 

    (4) US prosecutors have recommended to senior Justice Department officials that Boeing Co. face criminal charges for violating a settlement related to two fatal crashes, Reuters reported, citing two people familiar with the matter it didn't identify.

    (5) The so-called Ozempic Revolution has wiped billions off the market value of food and drink companies. But new weight-loss drugs are giving a boost to at least one line of products that have sometimes previously faced sluggish demand: yogurt.  

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    Daybreak Weekend: US Eco Preview, Iran Election, US-China Relations

    Daybreak Weekend: US Eco Preview, Iran Election, US-China Relations

    Bloomberg Daybreak Weekend with Tom Busby takes a look at some of the stories we'll be tracking in the coming week.

    • In the US – a look ahead to U.S GDP, PCE data.
    • In the UK – a look ahead to Iran’s Presidential election.
    • In Asia – a discussion on the first 2024 U.S Presidential debate and how the U.S-China relationship will gain attention.

     

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