Here are the biggest stories from Bloomberg News today

Climate change might hit the economy harder and faster than previously thought, according to an Oxford Economics report

Bristol-Myers won U.S. antitrust approval for its acquisition of Celgene

Impact Engine, a women-led investment firm that supports social change, closed its second venture fund at $25 million

Prince Andrew, making his first public comments about his friendship with pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, said he doesn’t remember meeting a woman who says that she was ordered to have sex with him

U.S. stocks rose for a sixth straight week, setting new records


"I'm interested in how he would do it, because it's not cheap."

BT Group Chief Executive Philip Jansen tells @pkelso on @SkyNews that the Labour Party has underestimated the cost of nationalising part of his company.

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Apple launches Research app to gather customers' healthcare data

Lloyds shareholders lose legal challenge over HBOS merger

Protests blamed as Hong Kong in first recession for a decade

Australia and others seek compensation for Brexit disruption

Hong Kong falls into recession: Blame falls on anti-government protests


DBRS Morningstar Confirms Italy at BBB (high), Stable Trend

Fitch Affirms Ireland At 'A+'; Outlook Stable

Dow closed above 28,000 today.. in record territory. #Economy #Trade

T-Mobile CEO John Legere Isn’t Taking The Wework CEO Job - CNBC Sources

Trump Asks Supreme Court To Block Another Subpoena For His Tax Returns — This One Is From Congress – CNBC