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10/21/2021 | 10:30pm EST

The payout is the largest ever by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, which along with the Justice Department and U.K. Financial Conduct Authority settled enforcement actions against Deutsche Bank in 2015.

U.K. Consumer Confidence Fell in October to Eight-Month Low on Worsening Economic Outlook

Consumer confidence in the U.K. declined in October for the third straight month as expectations for the economy over the coming year deteriorated sharply.

GfK's consumer-confidence barometer decreased to minus 17 in October from minus 13 in September, missing economists' expectations and falling to the lowest level since February. Economists had expected the barometer to fall to minus 15.

European Leaders Urge Caution in EU Clash With Poland

European Union leaders urged Brussels to act cautiously in an escalating fight with Poland's nationalist government over its judiciary as the bloc's heads of government gathered Thursday for a summit.

The latest fight centers on a ruling by Poland's constitutional tribunal two weeks ago that EU treaty law has become incompatible with Polish law-an unprecedented ruling from a national court. The ruling was delivered in response to a legal question posed by Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki.

Moderna and J&J Covid-19 Boosters, Mixing and Matching Backed by CDC

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Rochelle Walensky recommended Covid-19 booster shots from Moderna Inc. and Johnson & Johnson and backed mixing vaccines with a different booster dose.

With Dr. Walensky's greenlight Thursday, the vaccine doses can now become available at doctor's offices, pharmacies and vaccination sites on Friday, a CDC spokeswoman said. It follows unanimous recommendations from a panel of experts advising the CDC.

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Expected Major Events for Friday

06:00/NOR: 3Q Business tendency survey

06:00/UK: Sep UK monthly retail sales figures

06:00/EU: 3Q New passenger car registrations in Europe by fuel type

07:15/FRA: Oct France Flash PMI

07:30/GER: Oct Germany Flash PMI

08:00/EU: Oct Eurozone Flash PMI

08:30/UK: Oct Flash UK PMI

10:00/IRL: Sep WPI

12:00/POL: Sep Broad money M3

14:00/DEN: Sep Central Government Finance & Debt

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