US stocks fell on Tuesday afternoon as negotiations for further aid to economy were halted

Donald Trump abruptly broke off talks with congressional Democrats on a new fiscal stimulus package until after next month’s presidential election, and economists estimate the coronavirus pandemic has put millions more workers across the developed world out of jobs than official unemployment statistics suggest. Plus, why US department store chain Macy’s is set to take a stake in Europe’s highest valued private fintech. 


Trump calls off stimulus talks

https://www.ft.com/content/9f130c9c-fb1e-4d05-8864-1c8ac08c54bb


Hidden joblessness threatens economic recovery in US and Europe

https://www.ft.com/content/ec3d88dc-0dc1-4f6e-adf7-37e8f4316a22


Macy’s takes stake in Klarna as part of payment partnership

https://www.ft.com/content/c2a26072-8c45-4ce3-9249-bd5b856bbe1c



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