. , nawaz sharif has resigned. the supreme court found disparities between his family's sources of incomes. this came from the panama papers, showing his children have control of for offshore companies. of four offshore companies. eurosy after the 55 veteran diplomat was appointed russian ambassador to the u.n. by president vladimir putin. proceed -- after serving as russia's u.n. ambassador haley more than 10 years. 24 hours a day powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more i'm markcountries. crumpton, this is bloomberg. there has been a lot of focus on the palace intrigue at the white house. -- colorful,lty, salty, now to someone who is followed a career in finance. philco and joins us now from nantucket. -- >> the simple answer is i do not. did not recognize the anthony scaramucci that took the lectern last friday. it is hard to believe it has only been a week. and then the shows over the weekend. i thought he was too partisan -- toogressive aggressive and now he is shown himself to have not quite
pakistan's prime minister nawaz sharif has resigned. the supreme court found a disparity between his family's wealth and his known sources of income. sharif was tripped up by the panama papers, documents that show his children have control of four offshore companies. global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in over 120 countries, i am mark crumpton. this is bloomberg. julia: "what'd you miss?" political turmoil in pakistan is threatening what was one of last year's best performing stock markets in the world. prime minister no one resigned. what is next for the pakistani government, and how does it affect asset prices? with us now is the head of asian south at our beck grayson. great to have you here. explain to us what this means politically. who steps in for the prime minister? off-camera, for investors, it's a problem. >> i think there are a couple aspects of this. obviously, it does ratchet up the uncertainty to some extent, but the real center of power in pakistan is always the military, and they
taylor: pakistan's pro-minister, nawaz sharif, has been barred from holding office after a probe into his family's finances. today's ruling followed a probe that found a disparity between his family and his known sources of income. in the u.k., police investigating the deadly grin fell tower fire survey have reasonable grounds to suspect corporate manslaughter offenses may have been committed. senior executives from the council and the organization that ran the block could be interviewed. organizations guilty of corporate manslaughter are liable to an unlimited fine. global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. i'm taylor riggs. this is bloomberg. mark: european equities following asia and the u.s. lower today, dragged down by technology shares, a selloff coming after disappointing results from amazon, heightened concern about corporate earnings. the dollar still languishing as we only u.s. gdp figures. tranquility, some volatility has returned. vix spiking yesterday, closing above 10 for the first time in as many sessions.
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