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Friday, 26 May 2023
 
 
 
World News
 
FirstFT: Corporate bankruptcies rise as US credit squeeze tightens
 
Also in today’s newsletter, UK ministers consider changing pension rules and Norway’s oil fund to side with activists
 
 
Reliance seeks retail dominance in India with comeback deal for Shein
 
Subcontinent’s biggest company will help Chinese fast-fashion group return with online licensing agreement
 
 
‘Outraged and furious’: Germans rebel against gas boiler ban
 
Green policy forcing homeowners to install heating systems powered by renewables dubbed the ‘heat hammer’
 
 
Car buyers: how to steer through the labyrinth of choice
 
New vehicles rise in price as electric options become more popular
 
 
Britain is not America — and the right shouldn’t forget it
 
The US brand of national conservatism fails to resonate in the UK because it is a fundamentally different society
 
 
Yield-hungry investors push US money market assets to record $5.4tn
 
Low-risk cash vehicles absorbed tens of billions of inflows during a season of bank turmoil
 
 
F-16s might not win Ukraine’s war, but they promise a more equal fight
 
The aircraft will restore an edge to Kyiv’s forces and push Moscow’s pilots back into Russia
 
 
Singapore signs new China ETF connect agreement with Shanghai
 
Only a handful of products are being traded on existing master-feeder ETF link with Shenzhen
 
 
Spain faces reckoning after racist abuse of Real Madrid footballer
 
‘Clock is ticking’ for La Liga to fix reputation and reassure sponsors after Vinícius Júnior incident
 
 
US credit squeeze triggers rise in corporate bankruptcies
 
Chapter 11 filings by indebted companies jump in May, including five during a 24-hour span
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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FINANCIAL TIMES   To view this email as a webpage, click here   FINANCIAL TIMES FINANCIAIL,   Friday, 26 May 2023   World News   FirstFT: Corporate bankruptcies rise as US credit squeeze tightens   Also in today’s newsletter, UK ministers consider changing pension rules and Norway’s oil fund to side with activists   Reliance seeks retail dominance in India with comeback deal for Shein   Subcontinent’s biggest company will help Chinese fast-fashion group return with online licensing agreement   ‘Outraged and furious’: Germans rebel against gas boiler ban   Green policy forcing homeowners to install heating systems powered by renewables dubbed the ‘heat hammer’   Car buyers: how to steer through the labyrinth of choice   New vehicles rise in price as electric options become more popular   Britain is not America — and the right shouldn’t forget it   The US brand of national conservatism fails to resonate in the UK because it is a fundamentally different society   Yield-hungry investors push US money market assets to record $5.4tn   Low-risk cash vehicles absorbed tens of billions of inflows during a season of bank turmoil   F-16s might not win Ukraine’s war, but they promise a more equal fight   The aircraft will restore an edge to Kyiv’s forces and push Moscow’s pilots back into Russia   Singapore signs new China ETF connect agreement with Shanghai   Only a handful of products are being traded on existing master-feeder ETF link with Shenzhen   Spain faces reckoning after racist abuse of Real Madrid footballer   ‘Clock is ticking’ for La Liga to fix reputation and reassure sponsors after Vinícius Júnior incident   US credit squeeze triggers rise in corporate bankruptcies   Chapter 11 filings by indebted companies jump in May, including five during a 24-hour span Feedback Manage portfolio Follow the FT Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Instagram   | My Account | RSS | | About Us | Help   © THE FINANCIAL TIMES LTD 2023. All rights reserved. You have received this email because you have signed up from the NBE preference page. This email was sent by a company owned by Financial Times Group Limited (FT Group), registered office at Bracken House, 1 Friday Street, London EC4M 9BT. Registered in England and Wales with company number 879531.  
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