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Global financial markets brace for a bumpy ride in 2022

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Financial markets are poised for a bumpy ride in 2022 in the face of soaring inflationary pressure, rising interest rates and ongoing disruption to international supply chains caused by the Omicron variant of coronavi...

Ricardo Pepi’s second-half brace powers USA past Jamaica in World Cup qualifier

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Ricardo Pepi got a pair of goals early in the second half, becoming at 18 the youngest American to score in consecutive World Cup qualifiers, and the United States dominated Jamaica in a 2-0 victory Thursday night. Pe...

It’s time to brace ourselves for a world without Roe v Wade. Here’s what we must do

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Since Roe v Wade was decided nearly 50 years ago, abortion opponents have been plotting its demise. Now the end may be near. Feminists need our own plan to advance reproductive freedom. That means preparing for a post...

Australia Covid live news update: NSW, Victoria and ACT brace for case numbers as lockdown decisions loom

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Coronavirus case numbers persistently high despite slight dips in numbers in NSW and Victoria

Met police brace for ‘busy weekend’ of major London protests

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Some of the UK’s leading dance music acts are expected to join a protest march in London calling for the government to scrap Covid restrictions on nightclubs, as the capital gears up for a weekend of mass demonstratio...

Markets brace for US inflation data and European Central Bank meeting – business live

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Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news

Sri Lankan officials brace for oil spill from sinking cargo ship

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Sri Lanka is readying for the possibility of an oil spill after a cargo ship laden with chemicals sank off its western coast. The Singapore-registered MV X-Press Pearl, carrying 1,486 containers, including 25 tonnes o...

Australian universities brace for ‘ugly’ 2022 after budget cuts

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Australia’s higher education sector is bracing for an “ugly” 2022 after budget cuts to universities and Tafe funding that critics warn will result in job losses, poorer course quality and less research in medicine and...