The queen of the bull market faces her toughest test
Roula Khalaf, Editor of the FT, selects her favourite stories in this weekly newsletter.
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The US Federal Reserve is expected to announce a swift scaling back of its enormous stimulus programme and boost its expectations for interest rate increases next year, and the UK’s Advertising Standards Authority has taken the crypto industry to task for “widespread” problems with misleading and irresponsible ads. Plus, Ark Invest’s CEO, Cathie Wood, is known as the queen of the bull market. But the FT’s asset management editor, Harriet Agnew, explains that Wood’s concentrated bets on disruptive companies have left the pioneering ETF manager vulnerable.
Fed poised to announce acceleration of stimulus taper - with Colby Smith
UK advertising regulator issues rebukes to crypto industry
Cathie Wood’s Ark: a tech-driven bull market on steroids - with Harriet Agnew
Rentokil to buy US extermination specialist Terminix in $6.7bn deal
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