Midday Brief for Monday, January 6th
The Wall Street Journal listeners. Come from all walks of life and business and no matter what type of business urine eighty P is here to help you achieve what you're working looking for with talent time benefits and payroll informed by data and designed for people learn more at design done eighty. P DOT com. I'm Mary tolley in the newsroom. At The Wall Street Journal arena officials are threatening retaliation against the US for last week's targeted killing of a powerful military leader in Iraq. Hundreds of thousands of people marched through Tehran. For the funeral of Kacem Sulejmani. He was the head of the cubs force. The architect of deadly shadow wars throughout the Middle East. The Iraqi parliament voted to expel the US from the country over the weekend in response. President trump has threatened Iraq with sanctions and a bill for billions of dollars if the US is forced to withdraw its troops from the nation former national security adviser. John Bolton says he will testify in the the Senate impeachment trial of President Trump if subpoenaed to appear the House approved abuse of power and obstruction of Congress articles in December but has yet to send them to the Senate House House Speaker. Nancy Pelosi has said she's waiting until the Senate can guarantee what Democrats consider a fair trial with new witness testimony and documents that have been withheld by the White House cannot begin a trial without the articles. Spun Senate Majority Leader Mitch. McConnell has left the calendar for January Open Boeing is considering raising using more debt to bolster its finances amid the grounding of. It's seven thirty seven Max. We report that compensation and maintenance costs have been rising since the planes were grounded in March coach following two fatal crashes Boeing's financial statements show. It had about twenty billion dollars in available funds at the end of the September quarter analysts. Expect bowing to raise as much as five billion dollars in additional debt to help cover costs for more details to wsj.com or the W._S._J. APP.