Wednesday, January 19th, 2022

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Hong Kong sees record low voter turnout in first ‘patriots only’ election

According to a government news release, provisional turnout was 30.2% by close of polls — far lower than the previous record low of 43.6%, in 2000. The last legislative election five years ago saw...

Jim Banks: Biden projecting weakness, Putin sees opportunity in Ukraine

Rep. Jim Banks, R-Ind., told “America Reports” on Monday that President Biden is projecting weakness and Russia sees it as an opportunity to invade Ukraine. SATELLITE IMAGERY INDICATES RUSSIAN MILITARY ACTIVITY ON UKRAINE BORDER...

Jim Cramer sees signs that inflation pressures are easing, believes Fed policy approach is right

CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Tuesday he’s encouraged by a number of inflation-related developments, contending they lend further credence to Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s outlook that many price pressures will be temporary. The “Mad...

IEA sees a potential reprieve as U.S. production rises

Petroleum pump jacks are pictured in the Kern River oil field in Bakersfield, California. Jonathan Alcorn | Reuters LONDON — The International Energy Agency said on Tuesday that soaring oil prices could soon turn...

Embark CEO sees supply chain crisis as the ‘inflection point’ for autonomous trucking

25-year-old Embark CEO and co-founder Alex Rodrigues The congestion at U.S. ports, the trucker shortage and the rise of e-commerce have created a unique opportunity for autonomous trucking, according to Alex Rodrigues, CEO of...

Royal Caribbean CEO sees historically strong summer bookings

Royal Caribbean outgoing CEO Richard Fain told CNBC on Wednesday the company is seeing historically strong bookings for next summer and plans to use the cash flow to pay down debt and reinvest. “[The...