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CNBC's flagship show in Europe sets you up with everything you need to know for the European business day. Anchors Geoff Cutmore, Steve Sedgwick and Karen Tso engage in unscripted and dynamic debate on the day's top stories. They are joined by leading business executives, policymakers, financial strategists, fund managers and other newsmakers to provide original points of view and instant analysis of the latest business news and key market themes.
 
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U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell insists that the central bank will continue to raise rates as long as is needed in order to rein in inflation. However, Powell did acknowledge the potential consumer pain involved in the process. Investors pump the Nasdaq by almost 3 per cent after swooping in for recently hurting tech stocks, seemingly u…
 
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and President Joe Biden are at loggerheads over inflation. Bezos has attacked Biden for “misdirection” over claims that billionaire tax avoidance is fueling record price pressures. Former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke tells CNBC exclusively that the U.S. is likely to dodge a severe recession, but that it was a “mis…
 
Sweden and Finland make the historic decision to join NATO. We are live in Stockholm where the Swedish Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson tells CNBC the country is braced for any retaliation from Russia. The G7 warns of a potential global food crisis, accusing Russia of waging a ‘grain war’, while India bans all wheat exports. EU trade commissioner…
 
U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell admits that the central bank could have moved faster in raising interest rates and that he was unable to guarantee a ‘soft landing’ as April producer prices soared by 11 per cent. Wall Street caps another volatile session with U.S. stocks suffering their worst weekly performance since January. In crypto n…
 
U.S. inflation slows for the first time in nine months, however the headline and core prints still come in above expectation. The Nasdaq suffers steep losses with Apple weighing. The tech giant loses its crown as the world’s most valuable company to oil behemoth Saudi Aramco. Strong Disney+ subscriptions fail to help Disney shares in extended trade…
 
Chinese consumer prices are up at their fastest rate in five months as rolling Covid lockdowns continue to impact production and supply. U.S. President Joe Biden has prioritised inflation as his top economic challenge as key data out today hints that price pressures Stateside could be finally peaking. The S&P 500 index and the Nasdaq are up but the…
 
The S&P 500 sinks below the 4,000-point level – its lowest in more than a year - as the tech sell-off accelerates. The past three sessions have seen more than $1tn in mega-cap losses. Oil is down on demand concerns while the 10-year Treasury bill reaches its highest level since late 2018. In forex news the dollar is at a near-two decade high while …
 
The U.S. slaps a raft of fresh sanctions on Russia, targeting the country’s financial sector. We hear from former NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen who says the West has underestimated Russian President Vladimir Putin on several levels. U.S. and European futures are in the red following last week’s turmoil with fresh inflation data and F…
 
U.S. markets see enormous and abrupt moves following post-Fed gains with the Dow losing more than 1,000 points in its worst session since 2020. The 10-year Treasury bill surges to more than 3 per cent. The dollar strengthens to two-decade highs against various currencies ahead of an expected solid April jobs report. In Asia, tech stocks sell off sh…
 
Have you ever wondered how National Historic Landmarks earn their designation? Who does the research? The proposal? Who makes those decisions? There are historians all over the country doing this important work to preserve the history of our country. Christy tells us about her experience in one of these offices of the National Park Service, and her…
 
The Fed follows through on its promise to hike rates by 50 basis points – its biggest move in 22 years. Wall Street is buoyed by Chairman Jerome Powell’s comments to CNBC, playing down talk that the FOMC could move to 75bps. The BoE is expected to make its fourth straight hike of 25bps as UK inflation hovers at a 30-year high. In China, services ar…
 
Ride-hailing app Lyft suffers a bumpy ride with a quarter of the company’s value wiped off in extended trade. The Federal Reserve is expected to hike rates by 50bps amid surging inflation and a tight labour market. Billionaire investor Paul Tudor Jones says the central bank’s governors are in “uncharted waters”. Natural gas is up ahead of an expect…
 
The U.S. ten-year Treasury yield surpasses 3 per cent for the first time in fours years while stocks rally after the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq hit fresh lows for the year. The FOMC meets with expectations of a 50bps hike. Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon says he believes the U.S. can avoid recession. Germany has said it will withstand a Russian oil emb…
 
Nasdaq marks its worst month since 2008 with rising rates and inflation weighing heavily on the tech sector. We hear from Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett who says “inflation swindles almost everybody”. The legendary investor is taking large bets on the U.S. markets despite seeing “market mania”. In Asia, stocks slide after Chinese manufacturi…
 
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