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    China once saw Europe as a counterweight to American power. Now the links are at their lowest

    Eight years later, the optimism of that period has crumbled, with relations between China and the European Union reaching what analysts call a decades-long low point. European concern about China’s global ambitions and human rights record, US-China tensions, reciprocal sanctions and, now, Russia’s war in Ukraine – which Beijing seems to have under – estimated […] More

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    European car sales lowest since 1996 due to supply issues after 12-month decline

    Just over 1.06 million new passenger cars were registered in Europe in June this year, the lowest since 1996, with several automakers reporting a drop in sales of nearly 50%, according to Association data. European automotive industry. With almost a quarter less sales than a year ago in June, Volkswagen was the main automaker most […] More

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    Tesla’s 2Q sales fall to lowest quarterly level since last fall amid supply chain and pandemic concerns

    Tesla 2Q sales fall to lowest quarterly level since last fall amid supply chain and pandemic concerns | Fortune You must enable JavaScript to view this site. #Teslas #sales #fall #lowest #quarterly #level #fall #supply #chain #pandemic #concerns Post expires at 4:58am on Wednesday July 13th, 2022 More

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    Gold prices hit lowest level in almost 2 weeks

    Gold prices fell on Tuesday to post their lowest settlement in nearly two weeks, but have remained mired in a range between $1,800 and $1,880 since mid-May. price action August or GCQ22, -0.18% GC00, -0.18% fell $3.60, or 0.2%, to settle at $1,821.20 an ounce on Comex, the lowest most active contract finish since June […] More

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    Won, the South Korean currency falls to its lowest level in 13 years

    Won, the South Korean currency fell to its lowest level in 13 years on Wednesday, as aggressive rate hikes in the United States could damage the world’s largest economy. That it will happen just as global growth slows. The won fell 0.3% to 1297.6 to the dollar. It was the lowest since July 2009. The […] More

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    Philippine peso falls to lowest level in over 16 years

    The Philippine Peso currency fell to its lowest level in over 16 years on Wednesday (June 22nd). This is seen as the central bank of the Philippines’ preference for a gradual reduction in interest rate hikes. On Wednesday, the peso fell to 54.60 to the dollar. This is a decrease of 0.6%. This is the […] More

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    Bitcoin drops below $20,000 to lowest since December 2020

    Bitcoin fell below $20,000 on Saturday to its lowest level in 18 months, extending its slide as investors retreat from riskier assets amid rising interest rates. Read also | After Crypto Lender Celsius Blocks All Redemptions, Bitcoin Crashes The biggest cryptocurrency fell 7.1% to $18,993 as of 09:06 GMT, after touching $18,732, its lowest since […] More

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    Oil ends higher after COVID concerns in China send prices to lowest intraday level in nearly a week

    Oil futures ended higher on Monday, with prices marking their first gain in three sessions after a further rise in COVID-19 cases in China and the higher-than-expected US inflation reading last week a pulled prices to their lowest intraday level in nearly a week. price action West Texas Intermediate crude for delivery in July CL.1, […] More

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    The yen slips to its lowest level in 24 years against the dollar

    The yen plunged Monday to its lowest level against the dollar since 1998, as soaring US inflation fuels a widening monetary policy gap between Japan and the world’s largest economy. The Japanese currency has been weakening for months, accelerated by aggressive monetary tightening by the US Federal Reserve to combat soaring inflation caused by the […] More

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    Iranian currency drops to lowest value on record as nuclear deal issues continue

    It’s been a difficult week for Iran. There were concerns expressed by the United States and other countries over Iran’s uranium reserves and earlier this week the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) passed a resolution that criticized Iran’s nuclear program. Following the resolution, Iran’s national currency – the rial – saw a massive drop as […] More