Biden says ‘no doubt’ he will be the next US president while Trump repeats false claims about election

Joe Biden edged closer to a presidential victory on Thursday night while Donald Trump claimed without evidence that the Democrats were trying to “steal” the election. Plus, the Federal Reserve kept monetary policy steady, the Bank of England took more robust measures as the UK entered a second coronavirus lockdown, and Uber missed Wall Street’s expectations on earnings in the third quarter despite reporting an uptick in its ride-sharing business. 


Donald Trump calls for vote counting to stop as US awaits result

https://www.ft.com/content/b922453a-166c-446f-a50e-6727309b8375


Federal Reserve keeps monetary policy steady as Covid cases rise

https://www.ft.com/content/3b577f14-c638-4536-aeb0-f63508e7e295


Bank of England launches £150bn stimulus to boost consumer spending

https://www.ft.com/content/18ade542-d2a9-438a-ba5c-37b51475993b


Uber and Lyft in driving seat to remake US labour laws

https://www.ft.com/content/78e619f4-fabe-4077-a51a-491e24492263


Uber claws back business as lockdowns ease but misses Wall Street target

https://www.ft.com/content/933458fc-4bd8-407f-be0f-6467e83b6173



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