China is exploring limits on exports of rare earth minerals that are crucial for the manufacture of American F-35 fighter jets, and stock trading volumes in Hong Kong have soared to four times those on London’s main exchange. The FT’s markets reporter, Nikou Asgari, explains why Amsterdam is becoming the European capital for Spacs. Plus, Chicago’s storied Second City comedy club may have a buyer.
China targets rare earth export curbs to hobble US defence industry
European bankers set sights on Amsterdam as regional Spac capital
Hong Kong stock trading volumes jump to 4 times those of LSE
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