Dutch capital surpassed London as Europe’s largest share trading centre last month due to Brexit

Amsterdam surpassed London as Europe’s largest share trading centre last month, Federal Reserve chairman Jay Powell has pledged to keep monetary policy loose to support the struggling US labour market, and the World Health Organization recommended the use of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine for all adults. Plus, Italy will receive €200bn from the EU’s coronavirus recovery fund to help revive its economy. The FT’s Brussels bureau chief, Sam Fleming, explains what is at stake for Italy and the EU.


Amsterdam ousts London as Europe’s top share trading hub

https://www.ft.com/content/3dad4ef3-59e8-437e-8f63-f629a5b7d0aa


Powell stresses patience in pledge to keep monetary policy loose

https://www.ft.com/content/7ed63e7f-5389-42e8-beed-15b5d450c589


WHO recommends use of Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine for all adults 

https://www.ft.com/content/be33aa38-5eff-4069-b104-ba7bdb735c72


 ‘We expect Italy to do its homework’: Draghi and the EU recovery fund

https://www.ft.com/content/7c2007d9-6ce9-4895-ac5c-cd17e3bf69b2



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