Regional banks across the US have largely stopped the massive outflow of deposits after the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank, investors representing $4.5bn of wiped-out Credit Suisse bonds have filed a lawsuit against Switzerland’s banking regulator, and the FT’s Brooke Masters argues the US court battle over regulator approval of an abortion pill could have a chilling effect on the country’s pharmaceutical industry.

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