The Federal Reserve is kicking off a two-day meeting that could end with a higher-than-expected interest rate hike being announced. The new hike expectations are a result of last weeks disappointing inflation report. Mark Hamrick, senior economic analyst and Washington bureau chief at Bankrate, joins CBS News to break it all down.
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Humiliation for Putin as Russia defaults on foreign debts World is on ‘tipping point’ of permanently high prices FTSE 100 rises 0.6pc as commodity prices rebound Lucy Burton: The TikTok generation’s anti-work movement is dangerous and unrealistic Sign up here for our daily business briefing newsletter
Donald Trump Jr. suggested Roe v. Wade was overturned as a direct result of Obama making fun of his father in 2011
Donald Trump Jr. posted a meme suggesting the overturning of Roe v. Wade was a domino effect result of Obama mocking his father.
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Texas GOP Rep. Mayra Flores took to Twitter to accuse House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of pushing her daughter during a photo op at her swearing-in ceremony last week.
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Paramount+According to everyone featured in Secrets of the Oligarch Wives, Vladimir Putin is a ruthless, greedy, sociopathic monster who cares only about his own power, wealth, and legacy as a titan who united and restored the glory of Mother Russia. The ongoing war in Ukraine, as well as the continued imprisonment and mistreatment of opposition leader Alexei Navalny, corroborates those claims, although the true hook of the Paramount+ documentary about the Russian president is its insider commen
Russia is poised to default on its foreign debt for the first time since the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution, further alienating the country from the global financial system following sanctions imposed over its war in Ukraine.
The U.S. may or may not see a recession in the next year or two, top economists contend. But one thing is certain: "Stagflation" is real, and it's here in the U.S. That's what Mohamed El-Erian, economist and president of Queens' College at Cambridge University, told Yahoo Finance in a recent interview.
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A column of Russian armored vehicles, including several Uragan multiple launch rocket systems (MLRS), has been destroyed by Ukrainian armed forces, Ukraine’s Special Operation Forces (SOF) said in a Facebook video on June 25.
The impact of Kavanaugh's confirmation on the 2018 elections may reveal how the reversal of Roe v. Wade could impact this year's midterms
40 US House seats flipped to Democratic candidates following Kavanaugh's confirmation, including 27 where GOP candidates were previously leading in the polls.
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In this commentary, Richard Rose outlines reasons why he thinks Democrats might want to consider registering Republican
Robert Kiyosaki says that hot inflation will 'wipe out 50% of the US population' — here's what he means by that and how to protect yourself
'Rich Dad Poor Dad' is more bearish than ever.
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The stock market hasn't been a happy hunting ground for investors in 2022, but investors willing to look past the volatility could make a fortune if they buy and hold solid companies for a long time. Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ: AMD), Palo Alto Networks (NASDAQ: PANW), and Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) are three high-flying companies that have made investors significantly richer over the years. Let's look at the reasons why investors looking to retire as millionaires after a decade should consider investing $50,000 in these three names.
(Bloomberg) -- Industrial metals are on track for the worst quarter since the 2008 financial crisis as prices are pummeled by recession worries. Copper, the great economic bellwether, has ricocheted into a bear market from a record four months ago, while tin just tumbled 21% in its worst week since a 1980s crisis froze London trading for four years.Most Read from BloombergRussia Defaults on Foreign Debt for First Time Since 1918Hyundai Quietly Climbs the EV Sales Charts and Elon Musk NoticesRep.
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Sen. Lindsey Graham says SCOTUS overturning Roe v. Wade 'was a glorious day,' calling it a 'huge victory for the pro-life movement'
"Trump deserves a lion share of credit here. He fought like a tiger to put three constitutional conservative judges on the court," he told Fox News.
The inflation drama that continues to make daily life more expensive comes with an impossible Catch-22. Average people -- particularly low-income families -- need financial assistance to cope with...
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LINCOLN, Ill. — Darren Bailey, the front-runner in the Republican primary for governor of Illinois, was finishing his stump speech last week at a senior center in this Central Illinois town when a voice called out: “Can we pray for you?” Bailey readily agreed. The speaker, a youth mentor from Lincoln named Kathy Schmidt, placed her right hand on his left shoulder while he closed his eyes and held out his hands, palms open. “More than anything,” she prayed, “I ask for that, in this election, you
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OLHA HLUSHCHENKO - MONDAY, 27 JUNE 2022, 07:07 Ukrainian defenders have repelled assaults and halted the Russian advance near Marinka, as well as on the Bakhmut and Donetsk fronts. Source: General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, information as of 06:00 on 27 June Details: On the Sivershchyna front, Russian forces continue to provide enhanced protection of the Ukrainian-Russian border section.
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Four times a year, investors are treated to the recent investment decisions of Warren Buffett, CEO of Berkshire Hathaway. Berkshire's most recent quarterly filing came on May 16 and showed that it had purchased eight new stocks: Occidental Petroleum, HP (NYSE: HPQ), Citigroup, Paramount Global (NASDAQ: PARA), Celanese, McKessen, Markel (NYSE: MKL), and Ally Financial (NYSE: ALLY).
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Financier Bill Browder: Vladimir Putin has been a 'psychopath' since childhood and lacks normal 'human emotions'
In a new documentary featuring the wives of some oligarchs, Bill Browder spoke about Vladimir Putin, saying he isn't ill the way people think he is.
(Bloomberg) -- Chinese lawmakers approved a change to the law that would allow it to fight back at any perceived insult at international sporting events, underscoring the lengths President Xi Jinping’s government will go to protect China’s reputation abroad.Most Read from BloombergRussia Defaults on Foreign Debt for First Time Since 1918Hyundai Quietly Climbs the EV Sales Charts and Elon Musk NoticesRep. Mary Miller Calls Roe Decision ‘Victory for White Life’Russia Is Hours Away From Its First F
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Ronda Churchill/GettyFlorida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis is not a libertarian. Sure, he boasts of leading a “free state” and has drawn libertarian praise for some of his COVID-19 policies. But as an extensive new profile published in The New Yorker shows, he’s perfectly willing to wield and expand state power in decidedly unlibertarian ways.DeSantis’ opposition to vaccine mandates, for example, included signing legislation “telling companies that they were not free to decide how to manage their