FT News Briefing

By Financial Times

A rundown of the most important global business stories you need to know for the coming day, from the newsroom of the Financial Times. Available every weekday morning.

  1. 1.
    Black Americans’ unease with official embrace of Juneteenth
    11:20
  2. 2.
    Federal Reserve signals first rate rise in 2023
    10:14
  3. 3.
    Web founder Tim Berners-Lee auctions off original source code
    10:36
  4. 4.
    When Biden meets Putin
    10:50
  5. 5.
    China’s proliferating smart city technology
    10:05
  6. 6.
    Inflation rises but worries fade, global taxation deal
    10:40
  7. 7.
    The true cost of zero commission trading
    9:03
  8. 8.
    The FBI’s hi-tech sting, the day the internet broke
    10:16
  1. 9.
    Abu Dhabi’s creative pivot away from oil
    9:31
  2. 10.
    The potential disruption of decentralised finance
    9:42
  3. 11.
    Are we in a new era of inflation?
    10:22
  4. 12.
    AMC butters up retail investors, Naomi Osaka shakes up sports media
    8:49
  5. 13.
    Djibouti is trying to become the Singapore of Africa
    11:00
  6. 14.
    How Covid-19 finally caught up with Taiwan
    9:11
  7. 15.
    US regulation on cryptocurrencies could be coming
    11:37
  8. 16.
    European stocks are getting their moment in the sun
    10:48
  9. 17.
    Big oil companies face backlash on both sides of the Atlantic
    10:17
  10. 18.
    Can oil dependent countries adjust as the world shifts from fossil fuels?
    9:22
  11. 19.
    Can economic reform create a more level playing field for Black Americans?
    10:00
  12. 20.
    Epic vs Apple legal battle wraps up
    8:42
  13. 21.
    Quantitative easing and rising stock prices
    9:41
  14. 22.
    Fears of regulation lead to cryptocurrency chaos
    8:52
  15. 23.
    JPMorgan’s executive shuffle puts two women in line to replace Jamie Dimon
    10:08
  16. 24.
    Biden tells Netanyahu he supports a ceasefire in the Israel-Gaza conflict
    9:47
  17. 25.
    The growing market for emotional recognition technology
    9:23
  18. 26.
    Why Elon Musk is focusing on bitcoin’s fossil fuel issues
    9:28
  19. 27.
    Consumer price data stokes inflation fears, US labour shortage
    9:04
  20. 28.
    US companies announce record share buybacks, Covid hits India’s middle class
    8:46
  21. 29.
    Colonial pipeline hackers didn’t mean to create problems, UK services’ Brexit struggles
    9:40
  22. 30.
    US issues emergency powers to keep fuel flowing, CEO diversity promises
    10:33
  23. 31.
    Merkel opposes US move to waive vaccine IP, the drive behind the commodity supercycle
    10:24
  24. 32.
    US to support temporary suspension of Covid-19 vaccine patents, India’s coronavirus crisis is affecting global shipping
    8:53
  25. 33.
    Yellen says US interest rates may have to rise, European central banks lag in gender equality
    10:53
  26. 34.
    US banks move to reduce deposits, the Spac bubble deflates
    10:35
  27. 35.
    Epic Games vs Apple, Serbs worry about pollution from Chinese investment
    10:00
  28. 36.
    Amazon caps big week of tech earnings, Bafin’s Binance probe
    11:07
  29. 37.
    Fed says no change to monetary policy, Credit Suisse’s new chair aims for turnround
    10:13
  30. 38.
    Google’s big Q1, how to craft a New Deal for the young
    11:29
  31. 39.
    US donates AstraZeneca vaccine doses, the rise of OnlyFans
    10:32
  32. 40.
    US offshore wind energy, the rise of Germany’s Green Party
    11:11
  33. 41.
    The data invisibility of Asian Americans
    12:14
  34. 42.
    US to propose big emissions cut by 2030, Huarong tests Beijing’s backing
    9:32
  35. 43.
    Football clubs back out of Super League, Derek Chauvin found guilty in murder of George Floyd
    9:58
  36. 44.
    Johnson & Johnson Covid vaccine could weigh on other programmes, Cuba’s future in a post-Castro era
    9:05
  37. 45.
    A tournament to compete with the Champions League, is Clubhouse worth $4bn?
    11:04
  38. 46.
    Markets rally on strong economic data, investors react to Biden’s sanctions on Russia
    9:46
  39. 47.
    US bank profits surge, Deutsche Bank recovers, Suez Canal officials seize ship
    10:19
  40. 48.
    Eurozone’s economy proves resilient, Toshiba buyout battle
    8:33
  41. 49.
    UK to launch probe into Cameron and Greensill, US states turn to online betting for tax revenue
    10:45
  42. 50.
    David Cameron breaks Greensill silence, investors brace for corporate tax hikes
    11:01

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