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Global Economic News from the Financial Times

  1. Trump to let China’s ZTE ‘reopen’ after it pays $1.3bn fine
    Decision comes despite lawmakers’ criticism over president’s trade dealings with Beijing
  2. Week ahead: US jobs, European politics, Buffett lunch
  3. Instability in Italy and Spain jolt European markets
    Peripheral bonds sell off after confidence motion called against Rajoy while Rome bickers
  4. Recep Tayyip Erdogan: Turkey’s strongman grapples with the markets
    Facing a currency crisis and a re-election bid, the president finally allowed interest rates to rise. But investors fear he is micromanaging the economy
  5. Mexico’s economy minister hopeful of Nafta deal by US midterms
  6. A Brexit compromise for frictionless goods trade
    The EU should accept customs union and single market for goods
  7. Daily briefing: N Korea still open to talks, GDPR day, Alexa blunder
    Pyongyang willing to meet ‘at any time’ to resolve problems, after US cancels summit
  8. Swedish krona rallies on positive bet from debt office
    Move sends strong signal at odds with central bank’s aims
  9. Maersk raises shipping rates as oil price spike bites
    Marine fuel costs are up more than 20% this year
  10. Trump goes into space with order to cut red tape
    President looks to boost commercial flights to place US ahead of China

Financial Market News from the Financial Times

  1. London remains wary of jumping on crypto bandwagon
    Banks hold the key to whether the City ultimately embraces digital currencies
  2. Oil output increases: five things to watch
    All eyes on Vienna meeting next month as Opec and Russia discuss raising supplies
  3. Thoughts for the weekend
  4. Moody’s puts Italy on review for downgrade
  5. US companies’ returns to shareholders top $1tn
  6. Wall Street ekes out weekly gain despite energy drag
  7. Political worries weigh on Spanish and Italian assets
    Global energy stocks hit by sliding oil prices
  8. Oil posts first weekly loss in over a month
  9. Turkish banks: currency converts
    The lira’s fall makes the volume of debt a problem for the country’s lenders
  10. Recep Tayyip Erdogan: Turkey’s strongman grapples with the markets
    Facing a currency crisis and a re-election bid, the president finally allowed interest rates to rise. But investors fear he is micromanaging the economy