PRESS DIGEST – Financial Times – June 14

Here are the top stories from the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not guarantee their accuracy. Securities

– UK still battling to get Arm Holdings UK listed, says tech minister – Go-Ahead accepts £650m offer from a group led by Australian bus operator https://on.ft. com/3aT5Cdv

– Liberty Steel wins respite on debt refinancing – SpaceX clears environmental hurdle for US launch

Preview – Britain’s technology minister, Chris Philip, said on Monday that Britain was still involved in Arm Holdings’ initial public offering process and that the government was “working closely” with the manufacturer’s management of chips.

– British transport operator Go-Ahead on Monday agreed to be taken over by a consortium of Australia’s Kinetic Holding Co and Spanish transport infrastructure management company Globalvia Inversiones for around 647.7 million pounds (786 .24 million dollars). – Liberty Steel, owned by Sanjeev Gupta’s GFG Alliance group, on Monday reached a standstill agreement with Greensill Bank AG on debt facilities relating to its European steel business.

– The United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on Monday approved a final environmental assessment of the proposed SpaceX Starship spacecraft and super heavy rocket program in Boca Chica, Texas. ($1 = 0.8238 pounds) (Compiled by Bengaluru Newsroom)

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