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European leaders clash over vaccine distribution at a marathon virtual summit

European leaders clash over vaccine distribution at a marathon virtual summit, holders of UK government bonds are suffering the worst quarter in at least two decades as Britain’s economic prospects brighten, Jack Ma’s Ant Group demands bigger fees to rebuild valuation after pulled IPO, and comfort foods like doughnuts and mac and cheese proved popular during the pandemic. 



EU leaders clash over vaccine distribution in tense summit 

https://www.ft.com/content/486a65fe-0608-4230-b9d5-c990f10d5be8


Investors in UK government bonds suffer worst quarter for two decades

https://www.ft.com/content/0ea28218-7296-4b09-9cae-4b84a27a9e0c


Jack Ma’s Ant demands bigger fees to rebuild valuation after pulled IPO

https://www.ft.com/content/e6d0dffe-a691-484e-9c3e-434d1553a3d6


Pandemic comfort food offers too much solace

https://www.ft.com/content/74497d5f-4bf4-4031-b424-b70a4547d23c?



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