Two-year Treasury yields hit 4% on Wednesday for the first time since 2007 before the Federal Reserve is expected to hike interest rates by another 75 basis points and indicate further rates are likely as it battles soaring inflation.
French left reels after violence against women claims
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Taco Bell said the Beyond Carne Asada Steak will be available for a limited time.
NY Lawmakers Greenlight Homegrown Medical Marijuana
Milan Fashion Week opens with a spring in its step
Xavier Niel's move on Vodafone may add to pressure on the British telecom group's management to deliver on its promises, analysts said on Wednesday after the French billionaire acquired a 2.5% stake in the company.
The clock is ticking for tobacco giant Philip Morris to rally support from Swedish Match shareholders for its offer to buy the snus maker - and not everyone is on board.
Mark Zuckerberg's current net worth stands at $54.6 billion.
Palestinian street battles point to wider West Bank crisis
"The attack was timed to coincide with Putler's speech...and we had to delay the attack when his speech was pushed back," Team OneFist said.
Asia macro hedge fund managers, many of whom posted strong returns this year, are betting the Japanese yen's unrelenting slide will end soon and some are even priming for a possible tumble in Japanese government bonds.
Airbus is quietly relaxing pressure on suppliers to commit to a sharp output hike to 75 narrow-body jets a month by mid-decade, amid growing doubts over the ability of battered supply chains to meet the deadline, industry sources said.
Investor confidence in British assets sits on the edge of a precipice as new finance minister Kwasi Kwarteng readies his first fiscal update, a Reuters poll of bond strategists and economists showed on Tuesday.
Labour shortages and supply chain snarls are making it harder for airlines and lessors to return airplanes grounded during the pandemic to the skies as quickly as they would like, operators and maintenance providers say.
Putin calls up reservists, warns Russia will use 'all means' for defense
Germany reaches deal to nationalise troubled gas giant Uniper
Seyda Bal, who works at a bank in Istanbul, is so anxious about the rising price of groceries that she's lapsed into a pandemic-era habit: hoarding packaged goods like coffee and toilet paper.
Maroil Trading, owned by shipping tycoon Wilmer Ruperti, has taken over sales of almost all Venezuela's exports of petroleum coke, a move that could reduce sanctions risks for clients, according to documents and four sources close to the decision.
Rising obesity projected to hamper developing economies: report
US and Canadian warships sail through Taiwan Strait
Stocks in Asia sank and bond yields were elevated on Wednesday, as investors braced for another aggressive interest rate hike from the U.S. Federal Reserve later in the day.
Asian traders resume selling as another jumbo Fed hike looms
Istanbul mayor who upstaged Erdogan faces political ban