Israel and Hamas have agreed to a ceasefire that would end an 11-day conflict that has claimed the lives of at least 230 Palestinians and 12 Israelis. And WeWork’s losses almost quadrupled to $2.1bn in the first quarter of this year as the co-working company haemorrhaged more than a quarter of its members and shelled out hundreds of millions of dollars to restructure its property portfolio, and the FT’s Rob Armstrong talks about quantitative easing and stock prices.
Israel and Hamas agree a ceasefire after 11 days of fighting
WeWork loses $2.1bn and a quarter of its members as lockdowns bite
Rob Armstrong Unhedged: QE and stock prices
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