Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Canada can benefit from trade war: Algebris
Alberto Gallo, portfolio manager at Algebris Investments, discusses the U.S.-China trade war and how the adjustment of global supply chains could benefit countries like Brazil, Argentina, Mexico and Canada.
Huawei CFO extradition case begins in Canada
Canada has officially ordered the start of extradition hearings against Huawei Technologies Co. Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou.
China arrests two Canadians on national security charges
Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig were seized by Chinese state security forces for "endangering national security." The move sees Canada being pulled into the tug of war between the US and China.
Second Canadian missing in China
Canada's Foreign Ministry says another Canadian has gone missing in China, signaling the latest in growing tensions between the two nations since the arrest of a Chinese executive in Vancouver.
Former Canada minister of affairs on Nafta talks, Saudi Arabia threat
Former Canada Minister of Affairs John Baird discusses the prospects for Nafta negotiations and the escalating tensions between Canada and Saudi Arabia with Bloomberg's Amanda Lang and Shery Ahn on "Bloomberg Markets."
Saudi Arabia cuts Canada ties over activist
Saudi Arabia has frozen trade, investments and diplomatic ties with Canada in the latest escalation of their dispute over the kingdom's arrest of a women's rights activist.
G7 Summit; Spain's new government; Violence in Nicaragua
As the heads of state arrive in Canada, US isolationism is at the forefront of discussion. Is the US stronghold on global diplomacy about to break? The panel also touches on Italy and Spain, beginning two startlingly different paths of government.
Ex-U.S. ambassador laments 'chaos' of Trump's tariffs
Stuart Eizenstat, former U.S. ambassador to the European Union, discusses the fallout from President Donald Trump's decision to enact import tariffs on steel from Canada, Mexico, and the EU.
France's Le Maire says Trump tariffs 'unjustifiable and dangerous'
French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire discusses President Donald Trump's decision to enact import tariffs on steel from Canada, Mexico, and the European Union, possible talks with the U.S over intellectual property theft, and his expectations for Italy's new government.