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Market Questions is the FT’s guide to the week ahead
Discovery of mutated virus abruptly pulls Covid back on to market radar
Spain’s market regulator chided the high-profile athlete over tweet about the crypto platform
Worries about impact of Omicron strain knock airline shares while vaccine makers rally
Brent and WTI crude grades record biggest one-day losses since April 2020
Shares in payments group plunge after debut, raising concerns it could derail flotations of other companies
Facebook’s reinvention aims to create a standardised virtual reality where the house always wins
Powell has to secure normalisation of monetary policy as inflation surges and stimulus packages increase demand
Increasingly erratic policymaking is the primary cause of the lira’s woes
Jump in costs alongside sanctions on Belarus coming into effect may well lead to lower crop yields
Policy agenda under a Democratic government is once again at risk
High-profile listings from Deliveroo to Paytm have flopped despite robust stock markets
Challenge to Sturgeon’s caution over making break with sterling as party chiefs focus on Tory failings
State-controlled group to prioritise oil and gas exploration and production
Prospect of return to widespread curbs on international flights revives concerns for sector
Markets are fragile and set to be highly volatile in 2022
Investors are taking into consideration that strict restrictions will return
It is clearly a good time to be in alcohol
Annual report to Congress highlights surge of US positions in Chinese equity and debt securities
Executives must consider post-pandemic conditions and need to focus on ESG
Video game analysts are questioning the economic sustainability of pay-to-play ‘Axie’
Plus, the lights are about to go out on a UK energy supplier, leaving taxpayers on the hook for a £1.7bn government loan
Regulator worries about growing number of unadvised savers who hold cash
Traders weigh strong US economic data and minutes of Fed meeting
Regulator says athletes and influencers have ‘responsibility’ to remind followers of crypto risks
There is scope for frustration from some investors who reckon the fuel company was misunderstood and undervalued
Oil trader takes full control of company with 2,400 petrol stations in 20 countries
Can schoolchildren learn the value of money via trading apps?
Plus, the future of Scotland’s Cambo oil project hangs in the balance
Maker of ‘complete food’ drinks and snacks explores options with listing its preferred choice
Wheelbarrows at the ready.
Problems at south-east Asia’s biggest lender come as city seeks to gain edge as regional financial centre
Surge in interest comes despite fears of wider fallout from Evergrande bond crisis
Thanksgiving; inflation; Downing St vs the Treasury; Éric Zemmour; and mour.