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Some investors and politicians wonder if the European Union will ease pressure on Italy over its deficit-busting budget as France risks breaching the EU’s fiscal rules.

Stocks in Japan and Hong Kong lead gains Wednesday across Asia as markets appeared poised for relief rally of sorts.

Touching on several key topics in an interview with Reuters, U.S. President Donald Trump says he will step in over a case against a Huawei executive to keep a trade deal intact. He also cautioned against an expected Fed hike this month.

Officials have not revealed the shooter’s name, but have said he has a criminal record and is on France’s "S" watchlist of suspected extremists.

The lack of a clear policy on climate-risk disclosures is putting U.S. companies and their customers at risk from climate change, according to a new report published Wednesday.

A Canadian judge grants bail to Huawei Technologies Co. finance chief Meng Wanzhou, setting the stage for a new confrontation with China as the U.S. seeks the executive’s extradition to face charges over violating Iran sanctions.

A technical pattern, not natural buying, helped Apple and the broader market rebound.

Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Jay Clayton told Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Tuesday that the final language of the regulator’s proposed "best interest" standard for broker-dealers may be the same language as the fiduciary standard for investment advisers.

Bitcoin is trading lower on Tuesday, extending Monday’s losses and taking the No. 1 digital currency towards a fresh multimonth low.

Wall Street banks and conservative policy makers in Congress are pressing regulators to water down a key element of the protections designed to prevent another major financial crisis.