Consumers around the world have stockpiled an extra $5.4tn of savings since the coronavirus pandemic began

Consumers around the world have stockpiled an extra $5.4tn of savings since the coronavirus pandemic began, and many of Europe’s wealthiest football clubs have agreed to join a breakaway “Super League” competition. Plus, the FT’s Lex columnist Elaine Moore discusses whether the audio chat app, Clubhouse, has staying power. 


Global savers’ $5.4tn stockpile offers hope for post-Covid spending

https://www.ft.com/content/8cbfe40d-1ce1-4dc6-bcb2-1314b77b9443?


Top European football clubs sign up to breakaway Super League

https://www.ft.com/content/4cbef20a-7599-4580-82aa-2af383bd0f5a


Reach for the stars: what Clubhouse can learn from TikTok

https://www.ft.com/content/84b3879b-f3bb-4138-a688-e3ed4179d45b


HSBC top brass forced to hot desk as HQ scraps executive floor

https://www.ft.com/content/4984410c-e6fe-41d6-9d66-67ee54188f38?



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