US election day begins as Americans brace themselves for what could be a drawn-out result

US election day begins as Americans brace themselves for what could be a drawn-out result, Nvidia’s $40bn deal for the UK-based chip designer Arm is facing fresh problems in China, and Volkswagen will be within only “a gram or so” of tough new EU carbon emission limits. Plus, the FT’s US capital markets correspondent, Richard Henderson, explains which policies from Mr Trump and Joe Biden are most appealing to investors. 


Democrats fight back as Trump pledges to challenge result in court

https://www-ft-com.ezproxy.cul.columbia.edu/content/fd0ed792-2945-48a1-a896-efd0ecc7586f


Trump vs Biden: 4 policy plans US stock investors are watching

https://www-ft-com.ezproxy.cul.columbia.edu/content/4930af61-c51a-4782-a1cd-a0cd1a9a0cde?shareType=nongift


Battle at Arm China threatens $40bn Nvidia deal

ft.com/content/49889c43-70b8-45d7-b0b0-44e98d3bf89f?


Volkswagen within ‘a gram’ of compliance with EU carbon targets

ft.com/content/b8751714-fe99-4cd6-9935-2fb4ad9929f4?




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