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Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters u s forces will remain in northeastern Syria until Turkey agrees, not to go. After the Kurds that according to national security adviser, John Bolton speaking today. Clarifying that President Donald Trump is committed to protecting opposition allies. Bloomberg has learned to Sears holdings is preparing to potentially liquidate this after chairman Eddie Lampert bid to buy several hundred stores out of bankruptcy fell. Short of bankers. Qualifications. His ESL. Hedge fund could still make a last-minute improvement to its bid before a status hearing on Tuesday. It'll be all about that Brexit when the UK parliament returns from its holiday break tomorrow. The big question is whether Prime Minister Theresa may can persuade a hostile house of comments. To back the withdrawal agreement. She has struck up with the European Union vote is currently set for the week of January fourteenth with oil prices down OPEC's strategies, you stabilize the market might look like it's not working, but the strategy of output restraint has continued to deliver. What matters most higher revenue for the OPEC economies. Bloomberg numbers show the nominal value of the group's crude production surged by thirty three percent last year this as supply cuts from OPEC and its allies boosted the average price of oil west Texas intermediate was last quoted at forty seven ninety six a barrel. Investors will be focusing on comments from Federal Reserve officials in the coming week. Bloomberg's Karen Moskow reports the fed releases minutes of its December policy meeting on Wednesday necessarily day, we hear from it light effect President Rafael Bostick, Chicago's Charles Evans, and Boston's Eric Rosengren fed chairman Jerome Powell addresses the economic club of Washington Thursday. Karen Moskow Bloomberg. Radio. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and it ticked up on Twitter. Powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg..

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