Investors are spooked by China’s regulatory crackdowns

Apple’s profit nearly doubled in the latest quarter as iPhone sales surged, and a former oil trader at Glencore has pleaded guilty in the US over his part in a scheme to bribe government officials in Nigeria. Plus, the FT’s US investment editor, Michael Mackenzie, explains why China’s crackdown is burning investors. 


Tech blowout: Apple profit nearly doubles as iPhone sales surge

https://www.ft.com/content/18cfeb9a-8596-4d23-badd-df9a62d510ab


Former Glencore trader pleads guilty to role in Nigeria bribery scheme, with natural resources editor Neil Hume

https://www.ft.com/content/392b610f-43c6-4496-bb16-977e1f31f015?


Beijing’s threat to VIEs triggers Wall St panic over Chinese stocks, with US investment editor Michael Mackenzie 

https://www.ft.com/content/38ba7bb9-9a7e-4817-80cf-324bc9a4527b?


US law firms up ante on bonuses in war to win staff

https://www.ft.com/content/046d42d1-ec0b-4649-af6a-592430b5668c?


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