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"There is a very high chance the Fed ends up cutting rate towards ... the end of next year," Unicredit's Erik Nielsen tells CNBC.
Republican megadonors are moving further away from Donald Trump and considering other potential 2024 contenders after the latest Jan. 6 hearings.
The collapse offers a potential second chance to former prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, whose right-wing Likud party is performing well in local polls.
There are "strong indications" that North Korea-run hacking group Lazarus orchestrated the attack, according to blockchain analytics firm Elliptic.
Biden said he would support suspending the Senate filibuster rule to codify abortion rights established in Roe v. Wade.
The Supreme Court ruled that Congress, not the EPA has authority to set standards on climate-changing greenhouse gas emissions for existing power plants.
Benjamin Diokno, who is currently the central bank governor, said he aims to tackle the country's rising debt problem and focus on growth.
Israel's current predicament reflects the increasing polarization in the Middle Eastern country of nearly 10 million.
Europe's best shot at replacing Russian gas imports this year is expected to miss the mark.
A leader of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission asked Apple and Google to remove TikTok from their app stores over China-related data security concerns.
European Central Bank Chief Economist Philip Lane said the Frankfurt institution will have to remain vigilant over the coming months.
A member of the European Central Bank told CNBC Wednesday that there's plenty of runway to hike interest rates, following the two planned raises for July and September.
NATO leaders are gathering in the Spanish capital this week to outline their vision for the West's security agenda.
Turkey "got what it wanted" from the deal with Sweden and Finland penned Tuesday night, the Turkish president's office said in a statement.
ECB Lagarde has played down fears of a recession in the euro zone.