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Trump reportedly calls Germans 'very bad,' threatens to end German car sales

In recent EU meetings, Trump reportedly threatens to block German car sales in the U.S.

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Trump reportedly calls Germans ‘very bad,’ threatens to end German car sales

Trump reignites tensions with his EU counterparts after calling the Germans “very bad” for their trade surplus with the U.S.

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The most important leg of Trump's trip may be the one that's talked about least

Trump will meet with Pope Francis, top EU officials, leaders of NATO member countries and the leaders of the G-7 economic powers.

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Expert: Trump's EU stance will be closely watched during Europe trip

Fred Kemple, Atlantic Council, and Eric Pelofsky, Washington Institute, discuss the markets while President Trump is in the Middle East this week.

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27 member states need to talk with UK: Belgian Deputy PM

Belgium Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Didier Reynders set out the remaining 27 EU member states' negotiating priorities.

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Greece debt talks: 'Like Groundhog Day'

While the problem of Greek debt repayments hasn't gone away, it is unlikely to bring down the EU, says Marie Owens Thomsen, Indosuez Wealth Management.

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EU foreign policy chief dismisses Russia’s superpower status, doubts Trump will pay Syria bill

Neither Russia nor the U.S. can be relied upon to stump up what will be a hefty reconstruction bill in Syria, according to the EU’s foreign policy chief.

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Facebook bulls need to watch out for European regulators

The fines EU regulators have levied on Facebook this month are worth about four days profit -- or 4 cents a share

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It is difficult to call Russia a superpower: EU foreign policy chief

“Russia is investing a lot on defense and military activities but when it comes to economic power – forget it,” says European Commission Vice-President Federica Mogherini.

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We don’t see eye-to-eye with Washington on everything: EU foreign policy chief

Federica Mogherini, high representative of the Union for foreign affairs and security policy, talks about Europe’s relationship with the current U.S. administration.

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