Global markets shrugged off insurrection at US Capitol building as equities rose on Thursday
President Trump concedes power for the first time and calls for an orderly transition: the FT’s US managing editor Peter Spiegel looks at how Joe Biden can unite a divided nation; global markets have continued rising despite the chaos in Washington; Boeing agrees to pay $2.5bn to resolve a criminal charge stemming from the 737 Max crashes; and counter-culture icon Neil Young cashes in on the music streaming boom.
Democratic leaders call on Pence to force Trump from White House
Boeing to pay $2.5bn to resolve criminal case over 737 Max crashes
Blue sweep of Congress will add pressure to weak dollar, analysts say
Neil Young joins music rights gold rush after striking Hipgnosis deal
Review clip: Silver Fiddle Music, Hipgnosis
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