Deutsche Bank is relocating 100 bankers from London to offices in the EU and Asia as Germany’s largest lender accelerates a corporate restructuring following Brexit, and France’s President, Emmanuel Macron, is caught between financial prudence and political reality as the French economy recovers with a presidential election looming on the horizon. And the US economy is recovering but unemployment among Black Americans is still much higher compared to other communities.


Deutsche accelerates overhaul of corporate bank after Brexit

https://www.ft.com/content/891b2482-e15e-4c2f-8e51-9a4271599dc0


Macron weighs economics versus politics in French reopening

https://www.ft.com/content/5fea422b-15a0-48a3-8a52-0113ece7db17


Economic reform crucial to improving the lives of black Americans

https://www.ft.com/content/377a163d-fdbf-4f11-bb4a-e26465f8c2aa


European groups pump money into Swedish ‘green steel’ start-up

https://www.ft.com/content/ee91775f-0310-4e1b-b162-ffdf6e066757?



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