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US regulators have fined Swiss bank UBS $342m for manipulation of foreign exchange markets, as other global lenders prepared for even larger penalties.
Global oil prices have fallen, unwinding recent sharp gains that were fuelled by hopes that a global supply glut could end soon, say dealers.
European shares have slipped off three-week highs, with luxury goods group Richemont falling on weak sales, while a rebound in the euro also pegged back the region's stock markets.
The US economy was on a modest growth path early in the second quarter with home resales falling in April and manufacturing activity on the back foot in May.
Asian markets have mostly risen following another record close on Wall Street as the likelihood of a US interest rate hike in the near term dwindled.
The S&P 500 has finished at a new record following strong earnings from Best Buy and news that CVS Health would buy senior pharmacy services firm Omnicare for $12.7bn.
Oil prices fell in Asia, unwinding sharp gains in the previous session that was fuelled by hopes that a global supply glut could end soon.
The estimate of corn production in 2015 would probably to be cut by 0.6%, after a drought earlier this year damaged crops, according to a survey.