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Facebook, YouTube and Twitter have reached a deal with big advertisers on harmful content

Facebook, YouTube and Twitter have reached a deal with big advertisers on harmful content, the Covid-19 pandemic will destroy at least 100m jobs worldwide this year and the Bank of England rules out negative interest rates in the near future. Plus, the FT’s Brussels bureau chief, Sam Fleming, explains how the European Union is preparing its financial centers once the UK leaves the bloc. 


Advertisers strike deal with Facebook and YouTube on harmful content

ft.com/content/d7957f86-760b-468b-88ec-aead6a558902?


Andrew Bailey rules out UK negative rates in near future

https://www.ft.com/content/ecc4a23d-f175-41e9-8f07-852dbe03d062


Brexit and the City: Brussels’ new battle to rival London in finance

https://www.ft.com/content/dd7e6828-f603-47bf-bdd7-61e9dcb5f9ac



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