Facebook's fall hits markets
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Wall Street stocks slumped on Thursday after disappointing earnings reports in the technology sector from Facebook parent Meta, Turkey and Ukraine signed a deal to deepen defence co-operation in defiance of warnings from Moscow, and Olympics sponsors are accused of ignoring the plight of China’s Uyghur Muslims. The FT’s Andrew Edgecliffe-Johnson talks about the pressure on companies and how they are responding.
Mentioned in this podcast:
Amazon shares surge on Prime price rise and boost from cloud division
Beijing Olympics: the new front line in the US-China cold war
Erdogan visit to Ukraine tests complex ties with Putin
US stocks dragged lower by downbeat tech earnings
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