Spanish blue-chips vie for EU coronavirus aid they hope will benefit their bottom lines
Spanish blue-chips have positioned themselves for tens of billions of euros in EU coronavirus aid, the UK is drawing up plans to turn London into a rival to Singapore as a hub for shipping companies, and online brokers are scrambling to hold on to customers acquired during a surge in account openings amid the pandemic. Plus, the FT’s energy correspondent, Nathalie Thomas, explains what a possible new nuclear power plant in England means for the UK’s clean energy goals
Spanish companies jostle for EU recovery fund billions
UK draws up plans to rival Singapore with post-Brexit shipping regime
Investment platforms scramble to retain new customers
UK enters formal EDF talks over £20bn Sizewell C nuclear plant
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