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October 22, 2021

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Europe’s Door to Joint Debt Cracks Open as Germany Softens

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Europe’s Door to Joint Debt Cracks Open as Germany Softens

Mar.18 — German Chancellor Angela Merkel signaled she may be open to joint European Union debt issuance to help offset the impact of the coronavirus, an apparent softening of entrenched German opposition that could transform the finances of the 27-nation bloc. Maria Tadeo reports from Brussels on "Bloomberg Markets: European Open."

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Truckers could be the key to solving the supply-chain crisis. Caroline Hyde and Josh Wingrove report. (Source: Bloomberg) More from: Bloomberg Politics

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Five members of a veterans’ advisory council to Kyrsten Sinema resigned in protest after she continues to obstruct the Build Back Better bill. John Iadarola...

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Meghan McCain has spent her book tour mostly complaining. John Iadarola and Gary Chambers break it down on The Damage Report. Become a TDR YouTube...

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A New York City subway rider asked NYPD officers to wear masks and they responded by kicking him out of the station. John Iadarola and...