Data analytics company, Palantir, shines in its first quarterly earnings since going public

Data analytics company, Palantir, beat Wall Street forecasts in its first quarterly earnings since going public, the US Senate is preparing to vote on Judy Shelton, Donald Trump’s nominee to the Federal Reserve board, and Poland’s prime minister warns that his country’s parliament could shoot down the EU’s next seven-year budget. Plus, the FT’s Nordic and Baltic correspondent, Richard Milne, explains why Denmark is backtracking on its order to kill millions of mink. 


Palantir sales growth cheers Wall Street in debut earnings

https://www.ft.com/content/9fdbf565-8be3-4972-8f8f-4cad3dda5101


Senate prepares to vote on Trump’s Fed board nominee Judy Shelton

https://www.ft.com/content/4c146684-b364-4966-849a-acfcd7bd9ded


Poland threatens EU budget over linking funding to rule of law

https://www.ft.com/content/d8dfda2c-a811-4749-9bf2-3a0dde626fed?


Denmark’s mink farmers count cost of botched cull

https://www.ft.com/content/9e518316-6422-41f3-8873-8a75754b2eef



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