Robinhood’s quarterly earnings flop, UK chancellor Rishi Sunak reveals budget today

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Trading app Robinhood’s third-quarter earnings flopped, Google’s parent company Alphabet smashes expectations, and UK chancellor Rishi Sunak is expected to commit to fiscal discipline when he announces his budget today. Plus, the FT’s eastern European correspondent, James Shotter, explains how Poland has become one of the biggest thorns in the EU’s side. 


Robinhood disappoints as crypto activity fades - with Madison Darbyshire

https://www.ft.com/content/b891e200-da57-4dcb-bda4-e0bcc6de228e


Alphabet and Microsoft smash estimates with $110bn revenue haul

https://www.ft.com/content/273aeecb-57a8-40f8-a2ba-8a21a635b289


Sunak to commit to fiscal discipline in Budget - with Chris Giles 

https://www.ft.com/content/3fe18137-a4cf-4bd1-9985-1669b808016b


How Poland became Europe’s biggest rebel - with James Shotter 

https://www.ft.com/content/d59e9054-95ba-4093-b1cf-3ead1bae0982


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