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Currencies
16 Jun
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Stocks slip as Fed raises projections for rate hikes in 2022 and 2023

Central bankers in the US nudged up their individual projections for short-term interest rates in 2022 and 2023 at their two-day policy meeting, although they didn't actually discuss potential dates for the so-called 'lift-off' in rates.

16 Jun
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Director dealings: Aston Martin Lagonda director picks up some shares

Aston Martin Lagonda non-executive director, Robin Freestone, picked up some shares in the carmaker as they were trading near their level from just before the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.

16 Jun
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US import prices jump past forecasts in May

The cost of goods purchased overseas jumped past forecasts last month, even if those exported increased in price even faster.

16 Jun
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Lincoln expects half of its car sales to be all-electric models by 2026

Ford Motor’s luxury carmaker brand Lincoln, expects at least 50% of its sales to come from all-electric cars by 2026.

16 Jun
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US housing starts rise in May, even as sector comes off the boil

Housing starts rose last month but by less than anticipated, alongside a continued decline in permits for new construction, pointing to a residential market that was coming off the boil.

16 Jun
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Chinese retail sales, factory output miss forecasts

China’s ongoing economic recovery appeared to have stumbled on Wednesday, after official data came in below expectations.

16 Jun
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Iran nuclear deal must wait until formation of new government

Returning to the 2015 Iran nuclear accord will have to wait until the formation of a new Iranian government, said the head of the UN nuclear watchdog on Wednesday.

16 Jun
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Ifo Institute cuts German growth forecasts for 2021

Germany’s Ifo Institute has cut its growth forecasts for the country this year, citing supply bottlenecks in manufacturing.