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

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UK draws up plans to rival Singapore with post-Brexit shipping regime

ft.com/content/251ec582-1a9d-4af2-8b8c-4caa5cecd18b


Investment platforms scramble to retain new customers

ft.com/content/899c6908-25fc-4b71-9cc4-0224926306fa?


UK enters formal EDF talks over £20bn Sizewell C nuclear plant

https://www-ft-com.eur.idm.oclc.org/content/ff25b5b5-5eec-4c81-a9b2-6ef5cad4d9b0



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