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Europe’s Energy Shock Rattles Consumers

Serbian Gas Infrastructure Amid European Gas Crunch
Photographer: Oliver Bunic/Bloomberg

Hello. Today we look at Europe’s energy price shock, the risk posed by omicron in China to global supply lines and the World Bank’s new outlook.

Surging energy prices are imposing a fresh squeeze on European consumers, already strained by the coronavirus, lockdowns and job worries.