US President Joe Biden: We need to continue to make progress on inflation.
Government reports show that the Biden administration plans to buy 9,500 electric vehicles for the government fleet this fiscal year.
Market news: Raytheon Technologies (RTX.N) is expected to be the main contractor for arms sales to Germany.
Nasdaq CEO: Regulatory factors have caused the company to reconsider hosting plans.
Canadian Financial Institutions Regulatory Authority (OSFI): The liquidity rules for ETFs will be clarified before October, and high-interest ETFs may receive wholesale liquidity treatment.
Nasdaq CEO: The regulatory framework for cryptocurrencies is changing.
According to the Financial Times of the United Kingdom: the United Kingdom provides subsidies of 500 million pounds for the Tata car battery factory.
A U.S. House of Representatives committee hopes to revive stalled self-driving legislation, with a U.S. House panel set to hold legislative hearings on two draft self-driving proposals on July 26, sources said.
Spokesperson of Italian oil company Eni Group: We firmly believe that the correct action has been taken on this issue.
Spokesperson of the Italian oil company Eni: We are providing full cooperation to the anti-monopoly agency for the investigation on transportation fuels.
Polish Development Fund (PFR): Falling interest rates in Poland should limit loan deferrals until 2024.
US Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell: The Senate defense policy bill has bipartisan support.
The premier of British Columbia, Canada, said the immediate solution to the port strike problem would not be the federal government passing back-to-work legislation because it would take time, urging both parties to the port strike to return to the negotiating table.
The Western Canadian Longshoremen Union issued a new 72-hour strike notice, which will take effect at 9 a.m. local time on Saturday.
National Hurricane Center: Tropical Storm Calvin passes south of Hawaii, causing flooding on the Big Island.
The U.S. military said Microsoft is on track to deliver the improved goggles, and testing with soldiers will determine whether the goggles in question work properly.
The Fed accepted a total of $1.733 trillion from 97 counterparties in fixed-rate reverse repurchase operations.
Ramsden, deputy governor of the Bank of England: The latest UK inflation data shows that the persistent inflation indicator is still slightly higher than the Bank of England expected in May.
The U.S. Department of Defense announced additional security assistance to Ukraine totaling $1.3 billion, including critical air defense capabilities and munitions.
Ramsden, deputy governor of the Bank of England: It cannot be ruled out that interest rates will return to below zero in the next interest rate cycle, and we need to leave room for new quantitative easing policies.