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Tracking the Forces Threatening the World’s Hottest Economies

As the global economy shifts, there are new factors threatening to weigh on development. From climate change to populism and automation, these are the new rules of the global economy. 

Opinion

Tyler Cowen

Welcome (?) to the New World Economic Order

Future trade agreements are bound to be smaller and messier. But they’re still worthwhile.

Chris Hughes

Dealmakers Will Test Johnson’s Open-Market Cred

The prime minister will want to attract foreign investment. He won’t want to alienate his new supporters. 

John Authers

Two Cheers for a Stronger Yuan and a Decisive U.K.

Markets have tangible, if limited, reasons to celebrate both these incomplete deals.

David Fickling

Boeing Without 737s Is Like Coke Without Soda

Halting production of the troubled Max would shut down close to half the aircraft-maker’s business.

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Alphabet’s Schmidt: AI Will Be Used With People, Not to Replace Jobs

Eric Schmidt, technical advisor of Alphabet Inc., talks about the global prospects for artificial intelligence. He speaks at Bloomberg's New Economy Forum in Beijing. (Source: Bloomberg)
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Hammond: 'Worst Outcome' Would Be a Very Small Johnson Majority

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Pimco’s Studzinski: U.S. Consumer in ‘Spend, Spend, Spend’ Mode

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Bill Gates Touts Benefits of Open Research in AI

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Dalio: We Are Heading Into a 'New World Order'

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