Google hit with another antitrust case, Brexit fears lead to stockpiling, Fed stress tests
Dozens of states and territories have launched the first US antitrust challenge to Google’s core search engine, and a surge of stockpiling by UK companies before the end of the Brexit transition period on January 1 has triggered road congestion in southern England and France. Plus, the FT’s Laura Noonan explains what we can expect out of the Federal Reserve’s stress test today and what they will tell us about US banks’s ability to handle the panemic.
Google accused of abusing search monopoly as antitrust cases mount
Brexit trade talks hit by fresh dispute over state aid
Brexit stockpiling triggers cross-Channel freight crunch
Global regulators to examine banks’ lending caution during pandemic
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