- Summary of headlines in play (00:00).

- WTI crude extends rally to a six-week high (1:35).

- Nikkei 225 on track for its highest close since 1990 (4:00).

- RBA chief pushes back against calls on early rate increases (5:05).

- COVID-19 cases in Southeast China more than double (5:38).

- US hospitalisations have remained below 100,000 the third day running (6:15).

- Deutsche Bank survey finds 58% of people see 5%-10% fall in US stocks (6:52).

- JP Morgan says time to cut tech in reopening revival (9:12).

- Powell backed by authors of Dodd-Frank bank reform (11:34).

- UK PM will confirm booster vaccinations for the vulnerable today (13:01).

- What to expect from the Apple product event today (14:26).

- Focus today on the release of US CPI at 1330BST (17:19).

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