Headlines of the EFE Economic Day Wednesday, June 12, 2024 (1:00 p.m.)

Headlines of the EFE Economic Day Wednesday, June 12, 2024 (1:00 p.m.)

Central Reserve

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Federal Reserve has caught everyone off guard again at the end of its monetary policy meeting, in which no move in interest rates is expected, but fresh clues about the calendar it will use to cut interest rates are expected at upcoming meetings.

– The FED also releases its new macroeconomic forecasts.

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EU China

BRUSSELS – The European Commission told China on Wednesday that it will impose tariffs of up to 38.1% on imports of electric vehicles from an Asian company that it considers subsidized to European manufacturers, affecting their penetration. War between the two.

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– Chinese carmakers posted a slide in the stock market today on rumors that the Election Commission will block tariffs on electric cars from the Asian nation.

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Ford ERE

Valencia – The management of Ford Almussafes has raised an employment regulation file (ERE) for the Valencian plant with 1,622 workers, out of a workforce of 4,800, almost a thousand will be rehired in 2027 with voluntary objective redundancies.

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US inflation

WASHINGTON – The Bureau of Labor Statistics releases U.S. inflation data for May, which shows resistance to falling prices and the Federal Reserve will take into account in its next monetary policy decisions.

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– Colombia and China release May inflation.



NEW YORK – Telefonica’s president, José María Alvarez-Pallet, rings the traditional bell to mark the end of the New York Stock Exchange session at an event commemorating the company’s centennial.

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(Preceded by Alvarez-Pallet’s press conference)

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AIE Petroleo

PARIS – The International Energy Agency (IEA) has revised downwards its forecast for global oil demand in 2024 for the second month in a row, given a drop in consumption and a marked slowdown in growth in Europe and the United States in recent months. In China.

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Workers report

WASHINGTON – A quarter of employees in Spain suffer from daily sadness at their workplace, and only 9% of workers in the country feel secure in their jobs, according to the Gallup World Workplace Report released this Wednesday.

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– Latin America and the Caribbean, the world’s least-employed region, are angry with their employers.

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