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On this week’s “Market Monitor”, we speak with Allen Bond, Co-Portfolio Manager at the Jensen Quality Growth Fund, who has the names of three well known global companies that he believes will have good prospects for growth.

President Trump announced a trade deal which will help farmers in the country and as Kayla Tausche reports it is still connected to the tensions with China.

President Donald Trump announced an agreement Friday to boost beef exports to the European Union.

The Trump administration outlined on Wednesday a proposal that would allow the U.S. to legally import cheaper prescription drugs from Canada, a tactic the U.S. pharmaceutical industry and regulators have warned could threaten consumer safety.

President Donald Trump is working on a proposal that would allow the United States to import drugs from Canada, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar told CNBC.

The head of the European Central Bank, Mario Draghi, left the door open for interest rate cuts later this year. Plus, we received a strong durable goods report. Should the Fed cut interest rates next week? We speak with Rob Martin, a Senior U.S. Economist at UBS.

Across the pond, Boris Johnston will now become the next prime minister for the United Kingdom. Willem Marx has more for us from London.

Boris Johnson, one of the biggest voices in the Brexit movement, won the Conservative Party leadership race on Tuesday and will become the U.K.’s next prime minister.

Morgan Stanley does not expect rising tensions in the world’s most important oil chokepoint to lead to a sustained jump in oil prices.

Iran rejected claims that one of its drones has been shot down by a U.S. warship in the Strait of Hormuz.

An Israeli cybersecurity company has reportedly developed spyware that can scrape data from the servers of Apple, Google, Facebook, Amazon and Microsoft products, according to The Financial Times.

President Donald Trump could fight back against France’s new tax on U.S. technology companies by unleashing biting tariffs on key French goods, according to trade experts.

French lawmakers approved a digital tax on major tech giants which set up a fight with the Trump administration. Kayla Tausche has more for us.

France’s Senate approved a tax on the revenues of tech giants like Google, Amazon and Facebook on Thursday, defying a warning from the President Donald Trump administration that it “unfairly targets American companies.”

The White House plans to send its replacement for the North American Free Trade Agreement to Congress after Sept. 1, setting up a vote by the end of the year, sources told CNBC.