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(Il Sole 24 Ore Radiocor) - Milan, 24 May - Newspaper headline roundup FINANCIAL TIMES Yellen says many Americans still struggling with inflation.

Britain's household energy price cap falls 7%.

EU capitals demand crackdown on euro14bn food pricing ploy.

Copper price to rocket to 40,000 usd a tonne, says top trader Andurand.

Starwood limits redemptions in struggling 10 bln usd property fund.

Turkish football's season from hell points to deeper societal malaise.

Japan blocks view of Mount Fuji after backlash over throngs of tourists.

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL Behind the scenes of Scarlett Johansson's battle with OpenAI.

NCAA agrees to share revenue with athletes in 2.8 bln usd settlement.

Iran president's crash highlights struggle to upgrade an aging fleet.

Is Vermentino the new Chardonnay? Inside Sonoma wines' Italian renaissance.

LES ECHOS What generative AI has already changed in business.

French trade union CGT warns of increasing number of redundancy plans.

Electric cars: Nissan prepares its European relaunch from the UK.

IL SOLE 24 ORE Eni launches new buyback programme.

ICG in pole to take over the Rome-based group DGS.

Maire signs 2.3 bln eur jumbo order in Algeria.

CINCO DIAS Criteria buys 9.4% of ACS in a 1 bln eur deal.

Supermarkets post record profits in 2023 after inflation crisis.

Sacyr increases capital by 9.6% to finance new concession projects and raises 222 mln eur.

First payments from Meta and Alibaba push global dividends to record highs.

HANDELSBLATT Car dealers are angry with VW.

Lidl generates 344 mln eur in sales per day.

Tesla no longer mentions target of 20 mln electric cars per year.

Weak yen hits German companies in Japan hard.


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