Biden probes top oil companies over ‘potentially illegal conduct’ leading to higher gas prices

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US President Joe Biden has called on the Federal Trade Commission to investigate whether the country’s biggest oil companies are engaged in “potentially illegal conduct”, the euro fell to its lowest level in 16 months this week as currency markets bet on divergence between the ECB and other major central banks. Plus, the market capitalisation of electric vehicle upstart Rivian has surpassed that of VW and FT global motor industry correspondent Peter Campbell explains why investors are piling into EV shares. 

Joe Biden demands probe of ‘potentially illegal conduct’ in oil sector - with Lauren Fedor 

https://www.ft.com/content/66df689f-8a8e-4adb-a57a-664142c8be46

Euro hit by bets ECB monetary policy will diverge from major peers

https://www.ft.com/content/f09a8ba8-c196-46d0-8fe7-15d6ae64364f

EV maker Rivian eclipses Volkswagen in value while Lucid overtakes Ford - with Peter Campbell

https://www.ft.com/content/a0575122-404d-4d11-b54b-f1af77733a4e

Staples Center in Los Angeles to be renamed Crypto.com Arena - with Sara Germano

https://www.ft.com/content/0e4af0d3-0ae9-48c5-8aee-9a1a9a5721a4

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