NEW YORK, July 25- A quarter of rich U.S. investors are so concerned that the U.S. presidential race will hurt share prices that they are considering pulling out of the stock market entirely, according to a survey by UBS AG Wealth Management Americas. Republican candidate Donald Trump has promised to dismantle financial reform laws, force Canada and Mexico to... » Read More
*Hardliners still hold most levers of power in Iran. Prominent critics of Iran's nuclear deal with world powers were defeated. Centrists and reformers not only bounced back in a parliament under hardline control since 2004, but won a stunning 15 out of the 16 Tehran seats in the 88- member Assembly of Experts, which selects Iran's supreme leader.
*Echoes recent deadlocked elections in Spain, Portugal. DUBLIN, Feb 27- Ireland's ruling coalition was ousted by voters angry at the country's uneven recovery, results indicated on Saturday, leaving Prime Minister Enda Kenny facing the unpalatable prospect of trying to secure a deal with his biggest rival. His government appeared to be the latest victim of...
*Echoes recent deadlocked elections in Spain, Portugal. DUBLIN, Feb 27- Ireland's main opposing parties will have to start thinking about forming an unprecedented alliance, analysts said, after exit polls on Saturday suggested voters had rejected the ruling coalition, many opting instead for protest groups and independents. Although under his premiership...
Separatists in Catalonia have claimed victory in a regional election that they have vowed will lead to them declaring the region independent from Spain.
CNBC's John Harwood asks Sen. Bernie Sanders whether he considered running as a third-party candidate.
Democratic Presidential Candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders talks with CNBC's John Harwood about his views on income inequality, Hillary Clinton and whether he stands a chance of winning.
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