Archegos Capital was behind billions of dollars in share sales that captivated Wall Street

The private investment firm Archegos Capital was behind billions of dollars worth of share sales that captivated Wall Street on Friday, the head of the Suez Canal Authority has warned that there is no timeline for freeing the 220,000-tonne container ship that has blocked one of the main arteries of global trade, and Amazon workers in Bessemer wrap up a potentially historic unionization vote. 


Traders brace after fire sale of stocks linked to Archegos

https://www.ft.com/content/2542af81-9e93-4d05-a0b9-26c0f6aab6f3


Suez Canal head warns stricken cargo ship may need unloading

https://www.ft.com/content/d452362c-b38d-4786-a2fb-14254df49dec


The ultimate David and Goliath story: the fight to open a union at Amazon 

https://www.ft.com/content/a7ee3ec0-f59d-4188-899f-34ceecf7f026?



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