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World stocks eased from the previous session's record highs while the dollar reached its highest in eight days on Thursday, after hawkish remarks from a senior U.S. Federal Reserve official. Fed Vice Chair Richard Clarida, a major architect of the Fed's new policy strategy, said on Wednesday he felt the conditions for raising interest rates could be met by the end of 2022, raising expectations the central bank could scale back its bond-buying programme soon. "It's a question not of if the Fed taper but how fast the Fed taper," said Giles Coghlan, chief currency analyst at HYCM, adding he expected tapering of the asset purchase programme to start in August or September.