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Trump finds a sympathetic crowd in New York’s Harlem neighbourhood (www.ft.com)
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Labour explores stopping ‘raids’ on UK overseas aid budget (www.ft.com)
Investors raise bets on euro falling to parity with dollar (www.ft.com)
US seeks alliance with Abu Dhabi on artificial intelligence (www.ft.com)
Rich nations pledge $11bn to World Bank for climate and global crises (www.ft.com)
Balkan clouds over EU enlargement (www.ft.com)
Scottish Greens to vote on power-sharing deal with SNP (www.ft.com)
Relief pervades Tehran after limited Israeli strike (www.ft.com)
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Parisians struggle to cash in on Olympic Games rentals (www.ft.com)
Inside the Arctic Circle’s thriving dinner party scene (www.ft.com)
Vivienne Westwood’s personal wardrobe to go under auction at Christie’s (www.ft.com)
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Six films to watch this week (www.ft.com)
OJ Simpson and the paradox of American power (www.ft.com)
Kant and the case for peace (www.ft.com)
Default — the fight over Argentina’s $100bn debt crisis (www.ft.com)
Fears grow for British Steel’s rescue deal (www.ft.com)
Fewer ‘golden visas’ will not dim millionaire demand for bolt-holes (www.ft.com)
Farewell to stock exchanges — fire is not their only enemy (www.ft.com)
India braced for heatwaves as nearly 1bn head for marathon summer elections (www.ft.com)
A personal history of America’s historian-in-chief (www.ft.com)
Dorset Tories tell Sunak’s MPs to ‘stay away’ in local election battle (www.ft.com)
Rishi Sunak expected to unveil new UK warship programme (www.ft.com)
Artist Issam Kourbaj will not forget his homeland (www.ft.com)
VW workers in Tennessee vote to join union in win for US labour movement (www.ft.com)
Asia’s central bankers struggle to contain strong US dollar (www.ft.com)
Slash tax on profits from Russia’s frozen assets, US urges allies (www.ft.com)
Nvidia drops 10% as investors see risk in Big Tech shares (www.ft.com)
Trump’s $175mn bond should be invalidated, New York attorney-general says (www.ft.com)
Investor nerves tested as market themes unravel (www.ft.com)
How to harness the power of colour in your home (www.ft.com)
Why are fake plants suddenly everywhere? (www.ft.com)
Venice Biennale 2024 is a rapturous celebration of unfamiliar global artists (www.ft.com)
The half-forgotten art of listening (www.ft.com)
Jeremy Hunt targets further 2p cut in national insurance (www.ft.com)
Democrats back Republican Speaker’s plan to advance US aid to Ukraine (www.ft.com)
Tyler Cowen: Why we will learn to love AI (www.ft.com)
Military briefing: the Israeli missiles used to strike Iran (www.ft.com)
Is the global economy stumbling into ‘the tepid Twenties’? (www.ft.com)
Netanyahu’s Iran gambit leaves chance of avoiding all-out war (www.ft.com)
Xi Jinping tightens grip on China’s military with new information warfare unit (www.ft.com)
Biden’s containment migraine (www.ft.com)
Hong Kong regulator set to launch new probe into PwC Evergrande audits (www.ft.com)
‘Reality check’ for the green transition (www.ft.com)
Ken Griffin’s trading firm blasts Trump Media boss as ‘loser’ (www.ft.com)
Jane Street loses bid for restraining order against Millennium (www.ft.com)
Unease about Iran is bringing Arab states closer together (www.ft.com)
Markets are a frog in boiling water on Iran-Israel (www.ft.com)
UK inflation could stay near 2% target for three years, says BoE rate-setter (www.ft.com)
UK watchdog sends fresh warning to water utilities over dividends (www.ft.com)
Employment law is a minefield for companies and workers (www.ft.com)
Georgians rally against ‘foreign influence’ law they say is modelled on Putin regime (www.ft.com)
The radical repricing of US interest rates (www.ft.com)
EY’s Wirecard audits marred by ‘repeated grave’ violations of duties, says watchdog (www.ft.com)
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Prime ministers’ legacies: Sunak, Truss and Brown (www.ft.com)
Subsidy race with US and China would harm Europe’s ailing economy, IMF warns (www.ft.com)
Need to Know: Brace for a summer of ticket scams (www.ft.com)
Oil price trades lower despite Israeli strikes on Iran (www.ft.com)
A contrarian take on the US inflation freakout (www.ft.com)
Israel and Iran pull back from the brink (www.ft.com)
Fintech finally starts to add up for investors (www.ft.com)
Dr Martens’ Ije Nwokorie: would-be saviour of bootmaker’s IPO promise (www.ft.com)
Mistral in talks to raise €500mn at €5bn valuation (www.ft.com)
Boris Johnson breached rules by not disclosing links with hedge fund (www.ft.com)
Ex-prime ministers are measured against those who come before or after them (www.ft.com)
Schneider Electric confirms talks with Bentley Systems (www.ft.com)
Taylor Swift: The Tortured Poets Department — heartbreak inspires anguish, anger and a career highlight (www.ft.com)
British retail sales stagnate as shoppers cut back on groceries (www.ft.com)
Apple removes WhatsApp and Threads from China store under pressure from Beijing (www.ft.com)
Developing country DMOs driving blind (www.ft.com)
Luxury automakers hit by South Korea’s neon green licence plates for company cars (www.ft.com)
Regime change is here (www.ft.com)
JPMorgan warns of need for ‘reality check’ on phasing out of fossil fuels (www.ft.com)
FirstFT: Iran activates air defence systems after reports of explosion (www.ft.com)
How EU leaders fudged a compromise on integration of capital markets (www.ft.com)
Woodside Energy chief defends climate plan ahead of shareholder vote (www.ft.com)
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Big business bets on Modi (www.ft.com)
House prices in London hit by high property costs and post-Covid trends (www.ft.com)
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UK remains hard to reach for newest EU-domiciled ETF issuers (www.ft.com)
The struggle to choose the right mortgage (www.ft.com)
European carbon trading catching less than quarter of airline emissions, data finds (www.ft.com)
Abolishing IHT tax reliefs could raise £3bn, IFS finds (www.ft.com)
US aid delays leave Ukrainians at low ebb (www.ft.com)
Hedge fund pushes for power firm to be excluded from Ukraine debt deal (www.ft.com)
Why historic buildings keep catching fire during renovations (www.ft.com)
Why are American roads so dangerous? (www.ft.com)
The economics of running (www.ft.com)
The ‘brain waste’ of skilled migrants in Europe (www.ft.com)
Iran activates air defence systems after reports of explosion (www.ft.com)
Will Rishi Sunak be crushed by the May 2 local elections? (www.ft.com)
India election: Narendra Modi seeks to secure third term in power (www.ft.com)
Sony and Apollo discuss teaming up to bid for Paramount Global (www.ft.com)
Google streamlines structure to speed up AI efforts (www.ft.com)
Extra 85,000 childcare places needed in England to meet government target (www.ft.com)
Sunak launches crackdown on Britain’s ‘sick note’ culture (www.ft.com)
Quarter of UK children aged 5-7 own smartphones, regulator finds (www.ft.com)
Columbia University calls in police to break up pro-Palestinian protest (www.ft.com)
S&P 500 and Nasdaq post fifth session loss in a row (www.ft.com)
Are House Republicans finally willing to approve $60bn for Ukraine? (www.ft.com)
Netflix profits surge after password-sharing crackdown (www.ft.com)
US will vote against move to give Palestinians UN membership (www.ft.com)
Thames Water lenders face losses of up to 40% in event of nationalisation (www.ft.com)
EU offers to strike youth mobility deal with UK (www.ft.com)
Nicola Sturgeon’s husband rearrested in SNP finance probe (www.ft.com)
LVMH accounts for bigger share of French exports than agricultural sector (www.ft.com)
Ukraine’s desperate need for air defences (www.ft.com)
UK will not ‘turn on’ post-Brexit checks of EU goods for fear of border delays (www.ft.com)
CVC expresses interest in EY’s Italian consulting arm (www.ft.com)
Hedge fund Brevan Howard cuts 10% of staff amid poor performance (www.ft.com)
Iran crisis risks easing pressure on Israel over Gaza, diplomats warn (www.ft.com)
Poland arrests man suspected of aiding Russia in plot to kill Volodymyr Zelenskyy (www.ft.com)
Question of AI pay-off hangs over Big Tech earnings (www.ft.com)
Companies must rethink how they handle cyber risk (www.ft.com)
An election manifesto for the NHS — and a healthy economy (www.ft.com)
Donald Trump trial loses two jurors as selection process hits new snags (www.ft.com)
Private equity gears up for potential National Football League investments (www.ft.com)
A glimpse of the Brexit debate of the future (www.ft.com)
Meta unveils less ‘sanctimonious’ AI model as tech rivalry heats up (www.ft.com)
Scotland ditches 2030 climate target as being ‘out of reach’ (www.ft.com)
IMF warns of long-lasting economic impact of Gaza war on Middle East (www.ft.com)
PwC to reverse controversial US tax split (www.ft.com)
Ukraine cannot fight evil with empty hands (www.ft.com)
Amundi heads west in bid to be Europe’s BlackRock (www.ft.com)
Iran warns it could review nuclear stance if Israel threatens atomic sites (www.ft.com)
The AI race is generating a dual reality (www.ft.com)
Private credit is even larger than you think (www.ft.com)
Cocoa hits record high as global shortage worsens in first quarter (www.ft.com)
UK car insurance prices fall for first time in two years (www.ft.com)
EasyJet targets another bumper summer of record profits (www.ft.com)
Dubai airport continues to struggle amid travel chaos after the storm (www.ft.com)
UK proposes crackdown on foreign security risks to university sector (www.ft.com)
Liz Truss: ‘I don’t believe in guardrails’ (www.ft.com)
Austria’s Raiffeisen expects ECB to order acceleration of its Russia exit (www.ft.com)
TSMC plans to charge customers more for chips made outside Taiwan (www.ft.com)
Blackstone warns that private equity cannot return capital ‘overnight’ (www.ft.com)
Hedge fund Citadel to expand its London office space with tower move (www.ft.com)
Why oil prices remain steady even as Middle East tensions escalate (www.ft.com)
Ex-Post Office chair accused of using ‘offensive’ term about job candidate (www.ft.com)
German police arrest suspected Russian spies over bombing plan (www.ft.com)
Two senior women leave BP in first major shake-up since Looney’s exit (www.ft.com)
Tory donor behind Sunak private jet flight hit by £14mn asset freeze (www.ft.com)
Germany’s doomed China strategy (www.ft.com)
Millions of workers are caught in a ‘non-compete’ trap (www.ft.com)
Panama’s boom years fade as election looms (www.ft.com)
Live Nation deserves to face the antitrust music (www.ft.com)
How a union for 60,000 steel workers became a force in US politics (www.ft.com)
My career race is in the home stretch, here’s what I know (www.ft.com)
Qatar reconsiders mediator role between Hamas and Israel (www.ft.com)
Sunak’s smoking ban will outlast him even if implementation struggles (www.ft.com)
US, Japan and South Korea seek to limit dollar’s rise (www.ft.com)
Tory MP Mark Menzies loses whip over alleged misuse of funds (www.ft.com)
Hipgnosis agrees $1.4bn sale to Concord Chorus (www.ft.com)
Blurred [sovereign debt restructuring] lines (www.ft.com)
Why grim geopolitics kept EU leaders busy over dinner (www.ft.com)
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AI’s electricity problem (www.ft.com)
Crypto miners hoard bitcoin as supply cut looms (www.ft.com)
WeWork races to raise cash as Neumann offers to outbid rivals (www.ft.com)
How Sweden’s stock market became the envy of Europe (www.ft.com)
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Iran raises the stakes with attack on Israel (www.ft.com)
The great bet on rate cuts is off (www.ft.com)
Five books to understand India today (www.ft.com)
Gove vows to reduce ground rents to ‘peppercorn’ levels over time (www.ft.com)
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The freshest new tailors in London (www.ft.com)
Record ocean warming adds to dangers for native fish species, environment chief warns (www.ft.com)
Hotspots turn not-spots as the rural housing market cools (www.ft.com)
Iran oil exports hit 6-year high as west prepares sanctions (www.ft.com)
Majority of EU states object to capital markets reform push (www.ft.com)
Spanish drought pits tourists against locals in contest for water (www.ft.com)
Foreign investor in Ukraine accuses officials of corruption (www.ft.com)
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Thames Water could benefit from a spell of public ownership (www.ft.com)
West must engage with dictatorships in Sahel, says Blair (www.ft.com)
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The dollar would survive Trump turning currency warrior (www.ft.com)
The Baltic balancing act over the threat from Russia (www.ft.com)
China’s ‘red circle’ law firms rush to tap other markets (www.ft.com)
China is moving towards full monetary independence (www.ft.com)
Hunt says Thames Water must ‘sort out’ its own issues (www.ft.com)
Brexit has ‘exacerbated’ UK drug shortages, research finds (www.ft.com)
London Tide, National Theatre — Dickens turned into restless river drama with music by PJ Harvey (www.ft.com)
US stocks notch first 4-day losing streak since start of January (www.ft.com)
Lagarde says US plan to raise debt against Russian assets carries legal risk (www.ft.com)
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Wood takes Ark ETFs to Europe as US investors jump ship (www.ft.com)
FirstFT: Effort to crack down on TikTok gains steam in US Congress (www.ft.com)
Effort to crack down on TikTok gains momentum in US Congress (www.ft.com)
US reimposes oil sanctions on Venezuela after broken election promises (www.ft.com)
Schnabel says ECB could benefit from Fed-style ‘dot plot’ (www.ft.com)
OpenAI’s model all but matches doctors in assessing eye problems (www.ft.com)
Boeing engineer says safety concerns are ignored inside plane maker (www.ft.com)
NBA player gets lifetime ban for gambling on basketball games (www.ft.com)
MPs overturn changes to Sunak’s Rwanda bill (www.ft.com)
IMF warns fiscal deficits could dent global economy (www.ft.com)
High-speed firm Jane Street raked in trading revenue at start of 2024 (www.ft.com)
US House heads for vote on Ukraine and Israel aid in bid to end impasse (www.ft.com)
The myth of victimless tax rises (www.ft.com)
UK trade union law breaches workers’ rights, Supreme Court finds (www.ft.com)
UK inflation data fuels doubts over early Bank of England rate cut (www.ft.com)
Israeli public split on how to respond to Iran strike (www.ft.com)
Germany urges dozen of allies to send air defence systems to Ukraine (www.ft.com)
Israel to retaliate against Iran, warns Cameron (www.ft.com)
Eli Lilly weight-loss drug found to address sleep apnoea in trial (www.ft.com)
US deficit poses ‘significant risks’ to global economy, warns IMF (www.ft.com)
Dubai battles flood waters as historic storm causes chaos (www.ft.com)
Post Office chief executive ‘exonerated’ of misconduct after review (www.ft.com)
Salman Rushdie’s fearless memoir Knife uses his assassin’s blade as a ‘reckoning’ (www.ft.com)
The ECHR needs saving from itself (www.ft.com)
‘Pablo Escobar’ cannot be registered as a trademark, EU court rules (www.ft.com)
Vix ‘fear gauge’ soars on Middle East tension and interest rate shift (www.ft.com)
Tesla asks shareholders to approve move to Texas and ratify Musk’s pay (www.ft.com)
Tesla’s Q1 is going to be a wreck. Will anyone care? (www.ft.com)
Does size matter any more? (www.ft.com)
Abu Dhabi’s Taqa in talks to buy stake in Spanish utility Naturgy (www.ft.com)
Will Gallic grouchiness snuff out the Olympics flame? (www.ft.com)
The climate credit trap (www.ft.com)
UK rental costs rise at record 9.2% (www.ft.com)
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How ‘open’ is generative AI really? Not very (www.ft.com)
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Booming AI demand threatens global electricity supply (www.ft.com)
China warns west of ‘survival of the fittest’ as manufacturing boosts economy (www.ft.com)
Biden calls for tripling of tariffs on Chinese steel (www.ft.com)
Liontrust hit with £4bn in outflows from UK funds (www.ft.com)
Big mood shift behind Sunak’s smoking ban is overlooked (www.ft.com)
FSB calls on hedge funds and commodities traders to hold more liquid assets (www.ft.com)
Australia increases defence spending by $32bn in response to China build-up (www.ft.com)
ASML forecasts semiconductor rebound after first quarter disappoints (www.ft.com)
Haiti names transitional council to handle crisis (www.ft.com)
UK inflation falls less than expected to 3.2% in March (www.ft.com)
Inflation narrative whiplash (www.ft.com)
Mining billionaire Rinehart builds rare-earth stakes in push for non-Chinese supply (www.ft.com)
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Labour to seek regular UK access to EU foreign affairs council (www.ft.com)
Why the EU is treading carefully with Iran sanctions (www.ft.com)
Solomon Islands election puts China’s Pacific influence in spotlight (www.ft.com)
ISS clashes with German blue-chips over boardroom independence (www.ft.com)
CNN’s Mark Thompson: ‘There’s plenty of things we have to fix’ (www.ft.com)
Can AI really change our material world? (www.ft.com)
Green-eyed CEOs should beware the lure of higher pay (www.ft.com)
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A glow-up for China’s state-owned enterprises (www.ft.com)
Von der Leyen’s second term depends on new ‘frenemies’ (www.ft.com)
For runners, marathons have become the new ‘fashion weeks’ (www.ft.com)
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Wealthy investors weather the inflation storms (www.ft.com)
The unwritten rules of the great London pub quiz (www.ft.com)
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Peter Mandelson’s advisory firm valued at £30mn in deal with ex-Obama aide (www.ft.com)
Fears Croatia’s pro-Ukraine stance could be at stake in election (www.ft.com)
European banks will struggle to get much ‘strategic’ love (www.ft.com)
Trump falls $75mn behind Biden in money race as donor base shrinks (www.ft.com)
What should I consider when donating to charity? (www.ft.com)
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Ukraine’s air defence struggle shows risks to Israel (www.ft.com)
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Inside the formidable grassroots operation of India’s BJP (www.ft.com)
Sex workers denounce UK banks for waging ‘war’ on their jobs (www.ft.com)
Barbican residents hit at City plan to demolish old Museum of London (www.ft.com)
Beijing reforms unloved state-owned enterprises to win back investors (www.ft.com)
MPs hit out at BBC for cutting local radio to fund regional online services (www.ft.com)
Strains in supply chain pose threat to UK renewables targets, report warns (www.ft.com)
Venezuela to cut ties with Ecuador over embassy raid (www.ft.com)
New Yorkers’ unvarnished views of Trump aired in ‘hush money’ trial (www.ft.com)
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High interest rate anxiety (www.ft.com)
FirstFT: China’s economy grew by forecast-beating 5.3% in first quarter (www.ft.com)
Hunt raises possibility of more tax cuts before general election (www.ft.com)
Alstom close to securing a new train order for UK plant (www.ft.com)
Powell says US inflation ‘taking longer than expected’ to hit target (www.ft.com)
Janet Yellen warns Iran that nothing is ‘off the table’ for sanctions (www.ft.com)
Crises are eating into development funding (www.ft.com)
Ukraine creditors form committee as Kyiv seeks debt restructuring (www.ft.com)
Hardline Republicans balk at US Speaker’s Ukraine aid plan (www.ft.com)
European far right condemns move to ban Brussels conference (www.ft.com)
Austria investigates René Benko for fraud (www.ft.com)
TGI Fridays’ US operations to have London listing (www.ft.com)
Andreessen Horowitz raises $7.2bn and sets sights on AI start-ups (www.ft.com)
Stellantis chief’s pay package approved by investors despite dissent (www.ft.com)
LVMH sales growth slows as luxury demand softens (www.ft.com)
Private equity is a test that university endowments risk flunking (www.ft.com)
The shadow of war darkens on the global economy (www.ft.com)
Netanyahu too ‘busy’ to talk to Sunak after RAF helped repel Iranian attack (www.ft.com)
Bitcoin’s halving makes its future pay-to-play (www.ft.com)
US and China defence ministers in first significant contact since 2022 (www.ft.com)
Threat of Middle East conflict triggers flight to safer assets, IMF warns (www.ft.com)
Military briefing: Israel’s options to strike Iran (www.ft.com)
Inside Politics: who will win the UK general election? (www.ft.com)
Soaring debt levels put policymakers in a tight spot (www.ft.com)
US Republicans aren’t good at nationalism (www.ft.com)
Bank of America profits fall on loan losses (www.ft.com)
Brazil seeks to weaken fiscal rules it wrote only a year ago (www.ft.com)
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Ex-Shell CEO van Beurden joins KKR to advise on climate investments (www.ft.com)
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Curtain rises on Trump’s historic criminal trial with dozens of jurors rejected (www.ft.com)
Israel has no good choices on Iran (www.ft.com)
EU weighs expanded Iran sanctions after Israel attack (www.ft.com)