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The European Central Bank focuses on climate change

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David Cameron was paid a salary of more than $1m by Greensill Capital, the finance company whose dramatic collapse exposed the former UK prime minister’s extensive lobbying efforts, and US banks will face tough questions about the prospects for their lending operations this week when they report second-quarter earnings, flattered by smaller-than-expected credit losses during the pandemic. Plus, Martin Arnold, the FT’s Frankfurt bureau chief, interviewed Christine Lagarde, European Central Bank president, about the bank’s plans to prioritise climate change in its policy decisions. 

Greensill Capital paid Cameron salary of more than $1m a year

https://www.ft.com/content/536867f4-2dd3-42a1-9b29-54ed92693635?

US banks enter earnings season with eyes on loan growth, with Imani Moise, US Banking Correspondent

https://www.ft.com/content/8738c327-ceab-4d00-8c24-fbc44c81a0c4

ECB faces row over how to implement new strategy, Lagarde warns, with Martin Arnold, Frankfurt Bureau Chief  

https://www.ft.com/content/11e953df-536b-43aa-9c21-65b8dd79c797

Jump in coffee bean prices set to filter through to your morning brew

https://www.ft.com/content/d4146bb5-896b-4f1f-b5f8-930cb2bfb729

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