Covers: Architectural Review – June 2022

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AR June 2022: France

Amelia Tavella Architectes | Kristell Filotico | Atelier Roberta | Patrick Bouchain | Iwona Buczkowska | Barrault Pressacco | NP2F | OFFICE Kersten Geers David …

Views: Horses Return To Vineyards In France

Horsepower is making a comeback in vineyards across France as wine growers look for more ecological ways to operate. Not only does using horses instead of tractors help reduce CO2 emissions, the animals are also more precise and better for the soil, say converts.

Morning News: EU-Middle East Talks, Northern Ireland, Vienna Carriages

President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen heads to the Middle East. Plus: Boris Johnson’s plan to alter the Northern Ireland protocol, Wikipedia fights a Russian order to remove information on the conflict in Ukraine and are Vienna’s famous horse-drawn carriages under threat?

Front Page: Wall Street Journal – June 14, 2022

Stock Futures Edge Higher After Slide Into Bear Market

U.S. stock markets were poised for a modest recovery after a rout that sent the S&P 500 into a bear market, while bitcoin remained under pressure after selling off sharply in recent days.

Bond Slide Continues, With No End in Sight

U.S. Treasury yields have surged to new multiyear highs, reflecting uncertainty over how high the Fed will have to raise interest rates to tame inflation.14 min read

Fed Likely to Consider 0.75-Percentage-Point Rate Increase

A string of troubling inflation reports is likely to lead Federal Reserve officials to consider surprising markets with a larger-than-expected interest-rate increase at their meeting this week.