Saudi Arabia’s finance minister says low-income nations could receive more IMF funds soon

Saudi Arabia’s finance minister says the world’s richest countries are close to unlocking additional IMF funds for low-income nations, Amazon has launched an online delivery service offering big discounts for prescription medicine in the US, and Unilever is aiming to increase its annual sales of plant-based meat and dairy alternatives to €1bn in five to seven years. Plus, the FT’s US markets reporter, Colby Smith, explains why the Financial Stability Board is pinning hedge funds with some of the blame for the US Treasury market chaos in March. 


G20 nearing IMF funding boost for developing nations, Saudi minister says 

ft.com/content/f211194f-5c19-4ab1-b47f-a4d6caa88f36?


Amazon launches online pharmacy in challenge to traditional retailers

https://www.ft.com/content/f45c4956-108f-4b69-b115-c73cfc55f0e3


Unilever aims for €1bn sales from plant-based products by 2027

ft.com/content/0a1e5e3d-a34d-44bb-a350-75f3e8700673?


Hedge funds under scrutiny over role in March bond market ructions

https://www.ft.com/content/5bab4156-54fd-41ab-b067-794c3050c8cd



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