Zoe Schneeweiss

Zoe Schneeweiss


Economics editor at Bloomberg. Tweets are not endorsements and opinions are my own.

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Once celebrated for creating one of the European Union’s fastest growing economies, Malta's premier is now the target of a nation’s anger over graft via @JohnFollain 

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The Conservatives’ lead over Labour has fallen to 8 percentage points over the past week, just days before Thursday's election, the Telegraph reports

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Switzerland will look into the impact of environmental risks on the stability of the country’s financial sector via @cbSwiss 

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What's a country's most valuable resource? @Noahpinion  says it's you, dear reader via @bopinion 

Next week is a big one for global politics and could set the tone for the world's currency market for next year via @charlie_ryan1 

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Corbyn and Johnson lock horns in last leaders debate via @AlexJFMorales  @Joe_Mayes 

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A clash with Merkel may have backfired on her coalition partner via @JPBarnert 

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Denmark agreed on its first ever climate bill, with lawmakers committing to ambitious goals to reduce emissions over the coming decade via @nicrolander 

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Spain’s securities regulator sanctions Foreign Minister Josep Borrell over a share sale in a further blow to leader Pedro Sanchez’s fragile government via #tictocnews 

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Britain and the U.S. have a lot of catching up to do when in comes to treating women in work well via #tictocnews 

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Leaving the EU could help Britain ward off emerging threats to the financial system, according to the top UK bank regulator at the Bank of England via @sabrush  @lucy_meakin  #tictocnews 

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Why #Greece ’s Debt Agreement Is Not a Reason to Celebrate via @tomkeene 

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Draghi says the ECB should examine new ideas like MMT via @fergalob  #tictocnews 

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U.S. reclaims title of world's most competitive economy, ahead of Hong Kong, Singapore, the Netherlands & Switzerland via #tictocnews 

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