Supply crunch may worsen

By: Miguel A. Rodriguez

10:00, 03 January 2022

Food disruptions feared in UK as new Brexit rules kick in.
  • #Exxon Mobil Corp. was granted another oil loan from the U.S. strategic reserves under President Joe Biden’s effort to ease pain at the gasoline pump.
  • New post-Brexit custom rules for goods arriving from the European Union to Britain are taking effect, potentially leading to food shortages.
  • China will adjust the weightings of a key #yuan index basket in 2022, in a move to help ensure the yuan's value does not act as a brake on exports.

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