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Markets fall when Moderna boss predicts existing Covid vaccines will fight Omicron – business live | Business

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Good morning and welcome to our rolling coverage of the world economy, financial markets, the euro area and business. Anxiety about the Omicron variant is rippling through the financial markets again this morning, after the head of the pharmaceutical manufacturer Moderna warned that existing Covid-19 vaccines are unlikely to

Markets fall when Moderna boss predicts existing Covid vaccines will fight Omicron – business live | Business

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Good morning and welcome to our rolling coverage of the world economy, financial markets, the euro area and business. Anxiety about the Omicron variant is rippling through the financial markets again this morning, after the head of the pharmaceutical manufacturer Moderna warned that existing Covid-19 vaccines are unlikely to

FTSE 100 falls and oil reaches two months’ lowest level when Covid variant fears hit markets – business live | Business

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06.10 IS 06:10 The Vix index jumps as fear of the coronavirus variant grows Wall Street’s “fear index”, VIX, has increased by 40% this morning. The Hardly The index, which measures the likely volatility of US equities next month, rose 8 points on Friday to 26.6, the largest increase

Sterling near 2021 was as the Fed suggests faster downsizing; Covid wave hits German consumers’ confidence – live deals | Business

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Good morning and welcome to our rolling coverage of the world economy, financial markets, the euro area and business. The US Federal Reserve may end its stimulus program and raise interest rates sooner than expected, with inflation at a 30-year high and the labor market improving. It shows the

Sterling near 2021 lows as Fed signals faster contraction; Covid wave hits German consumer confidence – workflow | Business

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Good morning and welcome to our rolling news on the world economy, financial markets, eurozone and trade. The U.S. central bank may complete its stimulus program and raise interest rates sooner than expected as inflation is at a 30-year high and the job market improves. The minutes from the

Britain’s economic recovery will be slower than expected; pandemic worries weigh on euro – live deals | Business

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Good morning and welcome to our rolling coverage of the world economy, financial markets, the euro area and business. The UK economy will grow more slowly this year and next year than previously hoped, as ongoing supply chain disruptions and rising prices slow growth. This is what EY Item

Christmas shopping starts early in the UK; Austria’s lockdown breaks travel shares – business live | Business

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UK retail sales rose 0.8% in October, the first monthly increase of six as many consumers pre-empted their Christmas shopping with concerns about shortcomings and excitement following a lost family Christmas last year. Non-food items such as toys, sports equipment and clothing outperformed while fuel and food prices fell,

Britain’s decade-high inflation makes the December rate hike “more likely”; gas prices are climbing again – as it happened – The Guardian

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Britain’s decade-high inflation makes the December rate hike “more likely”; gas prices are rising again – as it happened  The guard Inflation: UK prices are rising at the fastest rate in almost ten years  BBC News How will inflation hit households and what can we expect in the coming months?  Bridgwater Mercury

Nord Stream 2 certification; Security investigation into Nvidia’s Arm deal launched; – when it happened | Business

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Fears that the end of the leave program would lead to rising unemployment have proved unfounded. Of course, these are early days. There are still only quick estimates of what happened in October when the Ministry of Finance’s wage subsidies had expired, but the signs are promising. But rather

Shell moves headquarters and tax domicile to UK; China’s real estate decline deepens – business live | Business

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Tokyo skyline seen from the city’s Olympic Stadium in August Photo: Fabrizio Bensch / Reuters Good morning and welcome to our rolling coverage of the world economy, financial markets, the euro area and business. Covid-19 pandemic and supply chain disruptions continue to hamper global economic recovery, with Japanese and