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Core personal consumption expenditures prices, excluding food and energy, rose 4.7% from a year ago, slightly less than expected.
Bitcoin has lost around 58% of its value in the second quarter of 2022, its worst quarterly loss since the third quarter of 2011.
Benjamin Diokno, who is currently the central bank governor, said he aims to tackle the country's rising debt problem and focus on growth.
Both Finland and Sweden already meet many of the requirements to be NATO members.
Israel's current predicament reflects the increasing polarization in the Middle Eastern country of nearly 10 million.
"While most high-profile lockdowns were relaxed in May, June data do not show the powerhouse bounce-back most expected," according to a report released Tuesday.
Europe's best shot at replacing Russian gas imports this year is expected to miss the mark.
"From the very beginning of the war, I [have] said that [Putin] only understands the language of strength," says Dalia Grybauskaite, former president of Lithuania.
Sony is launching two PC gaming monitors and three headsets under a new brand called Inzone.
The combination of a hot summer and rising energy prices can pinch Americans' budgets. Here's some ways to save money while staying cool.
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.
The deal delivers Moet one of the best-known California wine makers, famous for its red table wines and trophy Insignia label.
Hong Kong has been named the most expensive city in which to live and work overseas this year, according to Mercer's 2022 Cost of Living index.
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.
Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester said Wednesday that she will be advocating for a 75 basis point hike to interest rates in July if conditions stay the same.