Airbnb IPO pricing, EU squeezes UK in Brexit talks, Brazil's economy during the pandemic
Airbnb disclosed on Tuesday that it could raise as much as $2.5bn in its initial public offering, and Brussels is still holding back on granting Britain a whole collection of Brexit rights and regulatory waivers. Plus, the FT’s Latin America editor, Michael Stott, explains why Jair Bolsonaro’s monthly subsidy to Brazilians is a double-edged sword.
Airbnb looks to raise up to $2.5bn in IPO
EU keeps UK guessing on post-Brexit rights
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