Shares of power producers declined as traders braced for a postponement of rate cuts to 2025.

Hot inflation, strong growth and elevated asset market prices all suggest that the current stance of the U.S. central bank's interest-rate policy is appropriate, Kansas City Fed President Jeffrey Schmid said, in the latest indication that hopes for multiple rate cuts in 2024 may be dashed.


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