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  • The Federal Reserve signalled it was moving closer to the moment when it will withdraw its support for the US economic recovery by tapering the central bank’s asset purchases, and the international lawyer Philippe Sands explains why he wants to create an international definition for the crime of ecocide. Plus, the FT’s Stephanie Findlay explains why Indian tech companies are going through an IPO boom. 

    The FT News Briefing is produced by Fiona Symon and Marc Filippino. The show’s editor is Jess Smith. Our intern is Zoe Han. Additional help by Gavin Kallmann, Michael Bruning, and Persis Love. The show’s theme song is by Metaphor Music. The FT’s global head of audio is Cheryl Brumley. 

    Fed signals taper decision closer as ‘progress’ made on economy

    https://www.ft.com/content/6b5992d3-967e-4a63-b159-a398654d6199

    The Rachman Review podcast

    https://www.ft.com/rachman-review

    India tech IPO boom to provide crucial test of investor appetite

    https://www.ft.com/content/f6b35707-e7c5-4d30-8d11-5b8146183ca5?

    Tesla co-founder’s battery recycling start-up raises $700m

    https://www.ft.com/content/771498b8-9457-462f-aee0-e32db14eea49?

     

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  • Apple’s profit nearly doubled in the latest quarter as iPhone sales surged, and a former oil trader at Glencore has pleaded guilty in the US over his part in a scheme to bribe government officials in Nigeria. Plus, the FT’s US investment editor, Michael Mackenzie, explains why China’s crackdown is burning investors. 

    Tech blowout: Apple profit nearly doubles as iPhone sales surge

    https://www.ft.com/content/18cfeb9a-8596-4d23-badd-df9a62d510ab

    Former Glencore trader pleads guilty to role in Nigeria bribery scheme, with natural resources editor Neil Hume

    https://www.ft.com/content/392b610f-43c6-4496-bb16-977e1f31f015?

    Beijing’s threat to VIEs triggers Wall St panic over Chinese stocks, with US investment editor Michael Mackenzie 

    https://www.ft.com/content/38ba7bb9-9a7e-4817-80cf-324bc9a4527b?

    US law firms up ante on bonuses in war to win staff

    https://www.ft.com/content/046d42d1-ec0b-4649-af6a-592430b5668c?

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  • The UK government will consider loosening travel restrictions for travellers from the EU and the US, Intel will change the way it names its most advanced technology and Japanese athletes are raking in the golds at the Tokyo Olympics. Plus, Ian Smith, the FT’s insurance correspondent, explains how pressure from the US Department of Justice caused the $30bn merger between Aon and Willis Towers Watson to collapse. 

    UK to consider relaxing travel restrictions from EU and US

    https://www.ft.com/content/8f7b59c7-89b5-4ca5-a0a4-7f1355fab3e0?

    Intel to drop names based on transistor size for advanced chip tech with west coast editor Richard Waters

    https://www.ft.com/content/1afe75ed-7867-447d-abb8-6eea3598b029

    Aon’s $30bn acquisition of Willis Towers Watson collapses, with insurance correspondent Ian Smith 

    https://www.ft.com/content/a6471af0-764d-49e7-87a0-dd2a2c110fd9

    Tokyo Olympics Alternative medals table, with Asia business editor Leo Lewis

    https://ig.ft.com/tokyo-olympics-alternative-medal-table/

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  • The international community is responding to the military’s protest crackdown in a variety of ways, and a look at why Nasdaq is separating its existing marketplace for private company shares into a new unit. Plus, the FT’s markets editor, Katie Martin, talks about the performance of the FT’s annual stock picking contest, thus far. 

    US places sanctions on head of Cuban military over protest crackdown

    https://www.ft.com/content/11d34723-0e79-4718-a9d3-7884ab96e306

    Nasdaq: private market exchange is the next frontier, with US Lex editor Sujeet Indap 

    https://www.ft.com/content/630ac956-c521-4973-9d14-b707fe16c5a3?

    FT stockpicking contest: winners and losers at the half way mark, with markets editor Katie Martin 

    https://www.ft.com/content/1625ef6f-83d5-4a0d-8bbf-7a61b06a963b?

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  • As a News Briefing special we present Tech Tonic episode 3, our FT audio deep dive into how AI is gaining a new edge in markets.

     

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    From picking the best stocks to listening in on earnings calls, AI-powered systems are changing finance. But how big are the rewards, really? And what are the risks? In this episode Robin Wigglesworth tells us how AI has been used in investing, what happens when programs must adapt to new risks and what the robots could learn from watching children play. Hosted by John Thornhill, innovation editor at the Financial Times, and featuring Luke Ellis (chief executive of Man Group), Ewan Kirk (founder of Cantab Capital Partners and chairman of Deeptech Labs), Andrew Ng (founder of DeepLearning.AI and co-founder of Google Brain), and Alison Gopnik (professor of psychology and affiliate professor of philosophy at the University of California, Berkeley).

    Alice Fordham is senior producer. Josh Gabert Doyon is assistant producer. Oluwakemi Aladesuyi and Liam Nolan are the development producers. Sound design and mixing by Breen Turner. Cheryl Brumley is the executive producer for this series. Original scoring composed by Metaphor Music. 

    Review clips: Alphabet, Netflix, Amazon, Man Group.

     

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  • Washington and Berlin have reached a deal to resolve their longstanding dispute over the Nord Stream 2 pipeline, and Brussels has insisted it will not renegotiate the EU’s Brexit deal with the UK after London inflamed tensions by launching a bold push to overhaul Northern Ireland trade rules. Plus, rising housing expenses are quickly emerging as a pivotal indicator for officials at the Federal Reserve, within the Biden administration and among private economists.

    EU rejects British plan to rip up Brexit deal with George Parker, political editor

    https://www.ft.com/content/13ad8840-a83c-4871-a877-47b7001d839b

    US and Germany reach truce over Nord Stream 2 pipeline with Aime Williams, US trade correspondent  

    https://www.ft.com/content/49210a4e-17ed-4a2e-a986-4efcadc7f342

    US housing inflation: the sleeping giant that might tip the Fed’s hand with James Politi, Washington bureau chief

    https://www.ft.com/content/efdf1845-6138-4af7-8d2b-c20df9fed218

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  • Netflix gained 1.5m subscribers in the second quarter but lost 430,000 subscribers in the US and Canada, and UBS has launched a portfolio that invests solely in women-led hedge funds. Plus, the FT’s metals and mining correspondent, Henry Sanderson, talks about how the London Metals Exchange and the US-based CME Group are vying to capture rapid growth in demand for commodities tied to the electric car industry with new lithium futures contracts.

    Netflix bleeds subscribers in US and Canada with no sign of recovery with Tim Bradshaw, global tech correspondent

    https://www.ft.com/content/97ccbdab-6547-4d1b-bb3f-f251931901c2

    UBS launches portfolio to invest in women-led hedge funds

    https://spark.ft.com/editor/dab5a2b3-c083-411b-b2d1-969d6bcf862b

    LME launches lithium contract as CME rivalry intensifies with Henry Sanderson, metal and mining correspondent

    https://www.ft.com/content/5ff0aaa5-a501-42a5-85f4-76537cd6c990

    French app Yuka brings people power to the supermarket aisle

    https://spark.ft.com/editor/850d9f5c-b4ab-42d5-a53d-d25b3ae99c77?

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  • Fears over the coronavirus on Monday contributed to European stocks’ worst session of 2021 

    Description: The threat of the Delta coronavirus variant hit global equity markets on Monday, and the online brokerage Robinhood is seeking a valuation of up to $35bn in its upcoming initial public offering. Plus, the FT’s South China correspondent Primrose Riordan reports that American companies are upset by the Biden Administration’s business advisory warning about the risks of operating in Hong Kong. 

    Global markets shaken by fears over Delta variant with Mamta Badkar, US breaking news editor

    https://www.ft.com/content/5b2248be-8f0e-4235-ba2e-2187c96f16a6

    Robinhood seeks valuation of up to $35bn in IPO with Madison Darbyshire, US investment reporter 

    https://www.ft.com/content/ae0c41a2-0f68-4331-984a-3fd9cf8b6fc2

    Companies in Hong Kong fear being crushed between China and US with Primrose Riordan, south China correspondent

    https://www.ft.com/content/0d56006e-2820-40b6-9643-4180146ea45f?

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  • Opec and its allies have reached a deal to raise oil production in response to soaring prices, and China just launched the world’s largest carbon trading market. Plus, the FT’s global health editor, Sarah Neville, reports on scientists’ pursuit of a “supershot” vaccine to protect against all coronaviruses.

    Opec+ reaches deal to raise oil production

    https://www.ft.com/content/b517d13d-dc7b-4610-b468-7ded0b46d8f7

    China’s carbon market scheme too limited, say analysts, with Beijing correspondent, Christian Shepherd 

    https://www.ft.com/content/3bcc2380-8544-4146-ba71-83944caff48d

    The hunt for a coronavirus super shot, with global health editor, Sarah Neville

    https://www.ft.com/content/7e96fa85-2392-467c-8960-0c9444180030

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  • US retail banks cut their branch networks and trimmed headcount in the first half of the year, and Brussels' historic attempt to tackle climate change faces a wall of opposition from governments in the bloc. Plus, the FT’s business columnist, PIlita Clark, talks about her favourite summer reads about the environment. 

    US banks close more than 250 branches in bet on digital future with Imani Moise, US banking correspondent

    https://www.ft.com/content/26764d8b-9c5f-420a-901c-eaed97dda412

    EU climate change plans on collision course over rising cost of emissions

    https://www.ft.com/content/883a676c-7370-4e42-9b3a-dcf7e898e7bd?

    Summer books of 2021: Environment, with Pilita Clark, business columnist 

    https://www.ft.com/content/27aa0926-6894-4102-89dc-e006e226cd0d

    Manchester City’s parent company raises $650m in one of football’s biggest ever debt deals

    https://www.ft.com/content/c8cdc3f6-b7b9-45a9-8a87-f6e7bb5af92a

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  • The chair of the Federal Reserve, Jay Powell, sought to ease concerns in Congress about the Federal Reserve’s response to surging 

    inflation, the assassination of Haiti’s president Jovenel Moïse last week has plunged the poorest nation in the Americas deeper into chaos, and British artist Damien Hirst yesterday launched his NFT-based project, entitled “The Currency”, that calls into question notions of worth and value and presents his buyers with a choice.

    Jay Powell says Fed ready to intervene if US inflation spirals out of control

    https://www.ft.com/content/37d57052-c2a5-4a44-8b27-9d205a2a1c50

    Haiti’s ‘descent into hell’ looms closer after death of president with Michael Stott, Latin America Editor

    https://www.ft.com/content/81b683b8-b352-4ea6-9ce1-e0ed280245e1

    Damien Hirst launches his own NFT ‘Currency’ by Jan Dalley, Arts Editor

    https://www.ft.com/content/9a29c9e1-5990-4fc9-b021-20e4aef5f6fd

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  • Visa and Mastercard have left open key gateways between Binance and the financial system despite rising regulatory scrutiny of the cryptocurrency, the pace of US consumer price increases accelerated unexpectedly in June. Plus, the FT’s global finance correspondent, Robin Wigglesworth, explains why investors might be interested in an “everything index” and how close we are to getting one. 

    Visa and Mastercard stick with Binance as regulatory scrutiny rises

    https://www.ft.com/content/8f2e2528-e289-4233-ba29-1bebf3b1dbdc

    Sticker shock: what is driving US inflation higher? With Colby Smith, US economics editor

    https://www.ft.com/content/aadaa577-b286-443f-b173-256dfc4af6a5

    The quest for the investment Holy Grail — an index of everything with Robin Wigglesworth, global finance correspondent

    https://www.ft.com/content/9a9056e1-b35e-4ea7-b9f7-7668c07469ed

    Vanguard makes first acquisition with Just Invest deal

    https://www.ft.com/content/fdcdeb98-d3d8-4f95-aa5a-32fb54daea53

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  • David Cameron was paid a salary of more than $1m by Greensill Capital, the finance company whose dramatic collapse exposed the former UK prime minister’s extensive lobbying efforts, and US banks will face tough questions about the prospects for their lending operations this week when they report second-quarter earnings, flattered by smaller-than-expected credit losses during the pandemic. Plus, Martin Arnold, the FT’s Frankfurt bureau chief, interviewed Christine Lagarde, European Central Bank president, about the bank’s plans to prioritise climate change in its policy decisions. 

    Greensill Capital paid Cameron salary of more than $1m a year

    https://www.ft.com/content/536867f4-2dd3-42a1-9b29-54ed92693635?

    US banks enter earnings season with eyes on loan growth, with Imani Moise, US Banking Correspondent

    https://www.ft.com/content/8738c327-ceab-4d00-8c24-fbc44c81a0c4

    ECB faces row over how to implement new strategy, Lagarde warns, with Martin Arnold, Frankfurt Bureau Chief  

    https://www.ft.com/content/11e953df-536b-43aa-9c21-65b8dd79c797

    Jump in coffee bean prices set to filter through to your morning brew

    https://www.ft.com/content/d4146bb5-896b-4f1f-b5f8-930cb2bfb729

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  • The rapid spread of the Delta coronavirus variant is causing concern about Europe’s economic recovery, and the number of start-ups valued above $1bn grew rapidly in the second quarter. Plus, the FT’s EU correspondent, Javier Espinoza, interviews the influential European Union lawmaker who is steering the EU’s flagship tech regulation through Parliament and wants to target the top US tech companies. 

    Delta variant surge casts doubt over Europe’s economic rebound

    https://www.ft.com/content/1f9c18cf-706c-4d9c-9764-d3c088bdc1a2

    EU should focus on top 5 tech companies, says leading MEP, by Javier Espinoza 

    https://www.ft.com/content/49f3d7f2-30d5-4336-87ad-eea0ee0ecc7b

    Billion dollar ‘unicorns’ hit record numbers as valuations surge, by Miles Kruppa 

    https://www.ft.com/content/ccfc6bbd-56b6-4cef-b89d-4f88ceb7b126

    Richard Branson touches the edge of space

    https://www.ft.com/content/bf3130f4-5f62-4f9d-941a-d1db98dc0233?

     

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  • The UK’s advertising watchdog says it will clamp down on misleading marketing for crypto investments, and stock markets dropped on Thursday on rising concerns about prospects for the global economy. Plus, the FT’s chief economics commentator, Martin Wolf, picks his top economics summer reads. 

    UK advertising watchdog to crack down on misleading crypto marketing

    https://www.ft.com/content/19ad9810-402d-4529-89b5-732521829548?

    Markets enjoy blessed relief now the heavy storms have passed with Katie Martin, Markets Editor

    https://www.ft.com/content/80717968-7714-4ed8-b73b-029f9b1e9590

    Treasuries rally and stocks drop on rising economic concerns

    https://www.ft.com/content/e549f4b1-f2f8-4213-8f04-679f89286c31

    Summer books of 2021: Economics with Martin Wolf, Chief Economics Commentator

    https://www.ft.com/content/239f31cb-57a3-43d3-ab3d-d18d068f4994

    Japan bans spectators at Olympics events in and around Tokyo

    https://www.ft.com/content/af205e68-51e3-4165-b211-d22f9c3c86c8

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  • Former president Donald Trump is suing Facebook, Twitter and Google’s YouTube, as well as their respective chief executives, in lawsuits alleging “unlawful censorship” of Americans, the new Delta variant of coronavirus is driving up infection rates in countries across the globe, and South Africa’s president has been arrested. Plus, the FT’s private capital correspondent, Kaye Wiggins, explains why private equity firms have been targeting UK companies and how the British public is reacting. 

    Trump sues Facebook, YouTube and Twitter over ‘censorship’

    https://www.ft.com/content/86c98f3b-7d25-42b9-abf6-68b4b0839c66

    Delta variant drives Spain’s Covid-19 rate to highest in mainland Europe

    https://www.ft.com/content/06334a7b-30cc-40bf-942b-e3bcd2efb305

    LGIM warns against private equity buying Morrisons for ‘wrong reasons’

    https://www.ft.com/content/9d1a6019-6571-478c-8b1f-f267bb582f0d

    The Rachman Review podcast: South Africa’s pivotal moment

    https://www.ft.com/rachman-review

     

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  • Didi lost a fifth of its market value after Chinese regulators announced an investigation into the ride-hailing app that last week raised more than $4bn in a New York IPO, the Opec impasse highlights growing tensions between Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, the Pentagon cancels a highly sensitive $10bn cloud contract awarded to Microsoft, and a new report that says Viktor Orban’s government is failing to ensure the transparent use of EU funds and their independent oversight, which will embolden calls to withhold payments to Hungary.

    Didi caught as China and US battle over data

    https://www.ft.com/content/00403ae5-7565-413e-907d-ad46549375ba

    Pentagon cancels $10bn cloud contract awarded to Microsoft

    https://www.ft.com/content/7ac0e691-665f-4328-8b29-ee4883068e80

    Opec impasse sees UAE ‘flexing its muscles’ against Saudi Arabia

    https://www.ft.com/content/baca384d-c477-4a8b-bdcd-b174317af387

    Orban government not ‘reliable steward’ of EU funds, report says

    https://www.ft.com/content/4d79583c-f5a1-40be-93dc-cae27e6c713f?

     

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  • KKR is expanding its operations to target more takeovers in the UK, 

    ransomware hackers hit more than 1,000 companies in what appears to be one of the largest supply chain attacks to date, and oil prices jumped to the highest level in three years on Monday after oil producers abandoned a decision over increasing oil production. Plus, the FT’s deputy Beijing bureau chief looks at why Chinese regulators are going after Chinese tech companies that recently listed in the US. 

    KKR steps up pursuit of UK companies amid buyout frenzy

    https://www.ft.com/content/e5cc18cf-081d-4b68-b469-ca77935a615e?

    Oil hits three-year high after Opec+ abandons meeting

    https://www.ft.com/content/c9746fbc-7a90-4c9a-9a52-30b44475aa9a

    Russia-linked hackers target IT supply chain with ransomware

    https://www.ft.com/content/a8e7c9a2-5819-424f-b087-c6f2e8f0c7a1

    China targets more tech groups after Didi crackdown

    https://www.ft.com/content/771f6d40-ecd2-4855-8193-d0550f1d2e3d

    Clubhouse discussion on Jeff Bezos’s departure from Amazon

    https://www.clubhouse.com/event/PrDXYYvL

     

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  • As a News Briefing special we present Tech Tonic, our FT audio deep dive into the promises and perils of artificial intelligence. 

     

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    Tech Tonic S2 E2: Trust me, I’m a robot

    What does it mean for AI to augment human perception? In this episode the FT’s Madhumita Murgia takes us to a small village in rural India where AI is being used to help doctors better diagnose tuberculosis and looks at a healthcare system where it is helping patients who doctors may have overlooked.

    Alice Fordham is senior producer. Josh Gabert Doyon is assistant producer. Oluwakemi Aladesuyi and Liam Nolan are the development producers. Sound design and mixing by Sean McGarrity. Cheryl Brumley is the executive producer for this series. You heard the song Down in the Coalmine by The Ian Campbell Folk Group, as well as original scoring composed by Metaphor Music.

     

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  • The world’s leading economies have signed up to a plan that looks to force multinational companies to pay a global minimum corporate tax rate of 15 per cent, economists believe that the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates by the end of 20-23, and Robinhood is targeting a valuation of $40bn or more ahead of its public offering. Plus, the FT’s Nicolle Liu explains what the closure of the Apple Daily newspaper means for the media landscape in Hong Kong. 

    World’s leading economies agree global minimum corporate tax rate

    https://www.ft.com/content/d0311794-abcf-4a2a-a8a4-bcabfc4f71fa

    Robinhood targets $40bn valuation ahead of IPO

    https://www.ft.com/content/7421d913-0f77-4458-9032-59ba32c846f1?

    Economists predict at least two US interest rate rises by end of 2023

    https://www.ft.com/content/de778e1b-3876-4999-942e-186c2a692a1a

    Apple Daily’s death leaves a shadow over free press in Hong Kong

    https://www.ft.com/content/c7aa2919-dce1-4196-8d4a-ad9f57c59c4e

     

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