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The Federal Reserve advances its projections to 2023 to raise rates

Jerome Powell, Chairman of the Federal Reserve. CARLOS BARRIA / REUTERS The Federal Reserve has shown this Wednesday his intention to begin the withdrawal of monetary stimuli earlier than expected that have contributed to promoting Economic recovery since the beginning of the pandemic. Their governors now hope that the first two rate hikes of interest occur by the end of 2023, a date that modifies the March forecasts, when the bank hinted that the price of money would remain intact until 2024. The announcement has been coupled with a increased inflation forec...
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The King and Aragonese greet each other in Barcelona

More than with the words of his speech at the Cercle d'Economia meeting, eminently dedicated to relations between Spain and Korea, the King spoke this Wednesday with the images. Given the expectation that the possibility that he would meet Pere Aragonès for the first time after his investiture had aroused, Felipe VI greeted the President of the Generalitat during an informal meeting with businessmen. Both also took a photo, in which they appear with the president of South K...
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Dominican-born lawyer will lead the NYC Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs

MOIA's new Commissioner is on a mission to advocate for the more than 1 million New York immigrants who call this city home. Photo: Mariela Lombard / El Diario His parents emigrated from the Dominican Republic to New York City in the sixties in search of a better life, and now she, Rachel Baptist, will be in charge of ensuring the rights of the immigrant community of the Big Apple, following her appointment as the new Commissioner of the Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs. The announcement was made on Tuesday by Mayor Bill de Blasio, highlighting that the lawyer of Dominican origin, who will replace Bitta Mostofi, has more than two decades of experience as an activist fighting for improvements for immigrants in New York City. "New York is, and...
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Metro line 12: the first conclusions about the accident in Mexico City that caused 26 deaths

Drafting BBC News World6 minutesImage source, Getty ImagesCaption, The tragedy was the largest in the capital since the earthquake of September 19, 2017.A "structural failure" was behind the collapse of line 12 of the Mexico City metro, which left 26 dead last May. To that conclusion came the independent preliminary appraisal carried out by the Norwegian company DNV, contracted by the government of the capital of Mexico."The incident was caused by a structural failure associated with deficiencies in the construction process," said this Wednesday in a message to the media the Secretary of Works and Services of Mexico City, Jesús Antonio Esteva Medina, when reading the conclusions of the first of the three preliminary investigation reports.This first study will be followed by the publica...
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Farewell to the captain: Real Madrid made the departure of Sergio Ramos official

Ramos played 16 seasons for Real Madrid. He was the hero of the acclaimed 10th European Cup. Foto: Michael Regan / Getty Images A cycle is over in the Real Madrid: Sergio Ramos will leave the club he captained and in which played 16 seasons. The merengue club announced it through their networks. Ramos will say goodbye publicly this Thursday, in an institutional act together with Florentino Pérez, president of the institution. “Real Madrid CF announces that tomorrow, Thursday, June 17, at 12:30 p.m., there will be an institutional act of tribute and farewell to our captain Sergio Ramos with the presence of our president Florentino Pérez“, Reads part of the official statement of the club. After this act, Sergio Ramos will attend the media ...
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The industry sees the way out of the crisis far: half predict a year with falling profits

The observatory, powered by the Official College of Industrial Engineers of the Valencian Community (IOCV) and Improven, with the support of the Ministry of Economy and the collaboration, among others, of the University of Alicante (UA) and Miguel Hernández University (UMH), has had the record participation of 758 respondents, among industrial engineers, companies, entities and administrations. The study is structured in six la...
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Could Chrissy Teigen just try texting next time? | Celebrity

In 2018, New Republic Deputy Editor Katie McDonough wrote a piece for Jezebel that I consult spiritually to this day. (Full disclosure: I was a Jezebel contributor at the time.)"Why tweet when you can text?" he asked, and ... well, that's basically it. Sometimes you can just text what you want to tweet.My understanding is that celebrities have never considered this idea - at least, not if the latest developments in Chrissy Teigen's never-ending bullying news cycle are something to go through.To summarize quickly: in early May, the Daily Beast published an interview with Courtney Stodden, a model and tabloid mainstay from the 2010s who accused Teigen of stalking them online. The alleged harassment ranged from public tweets telling Stodden to take a "shitty nap" to direct messages say...
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Education, justice and feminism – Information

I have to admit that the denial of gender violence, of the vicarious violenceThose who, in a few days like the ones we are going through, prop up their walls with the words "there are also mothers who kill," as if that path did something positive in the fight against violence against children. They are not psychopaths or monsters. ...
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Republican Senators to Skip NCAA Athletes’ Rights Hearing

WASHINGTON - The feeble hope that Congress will pass a bill before July 1 to regulate athletes' compensation is long dead. Now, the hope that such legislation will pass before the end of the calendar year is also diminishing.Notable Republican senators are not expected to participate in Thursday's latest Senate hearing on athletes' compensation, a strong sign of the growing divide between the two sides on an issue that has sparked a widespread nationwide movement of state laws that threaten the fairness of NCAA sports.The Senate Commerce Committee, the group with jurisdiction over the issue, is scheduled to hold a hearing on athletes' rights eight days after the last hearing ended without marked progress toward federal legislation. Thursday's hearing is different, for two reasons, fro...
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The regional ministries may sign up to three managers for European funds

The figure of managerial staff of European programs, created exclusively by the decree law on urgent measures to speed up the processing of European aid, is considered key by the different departments of the Generalitat, but Government partners have had to decide who and under what conditions will have a public payroll and will somehow join the leadership of the Autonomous Administration for a period. Although at first the idea that was being considered was to limit the signings of manageri...