Prospects for the world economy have brightened as the coronavirus vaccine rollout continues but the recovery is likely to remain uneven, revealed the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development in its latest Economic Outlook.
Second-hand shop Sellpy, which is mostly owned by Swedish fashion retailer H&M, said on Monday it would be launching in 20 more European countries.
More than 11m Americans who are behind on their rent could risk eviction as the national housing protection scheme expires in June.
The European Commission proposed on Monday that vaccinated people be allowed to travel freely within the bloc without testing and quarantines.
The World Health Organization faces potential shake-up due to its slow response to Covid-19 pandemic and how to handle future outbreaks in the future.
An internal company presentation at Nestlé acknowledged that 60% of its food products do not meet the “recognised definition of health”.
European lawmaker, Andreas Schwab, who will lead the debate on the bloc’s flagship tech regulation, called for focus to be on top 5 US giants.
Iran and the other six world powers, part of a 2015 nuclear deal, have made significant progress in talks to revive the agreement but some issues remain unsolved.
The Sunday Times's Sabah Meddings told readers shares of PureGym were a 'hold' given the recent run higher in the company's share price.
Daily coronavirus cases have risen by nearly 40 per cent in a week to 3,240 while deaths remain flat at just six as 537,000 more vaccinations were carried out in England yesterday. It comes as ministers prepare contingency plans to extend restrictions beyond June 21, amid fears that a surge in cases of the Indian variant could lead to a spike in hospital admissions and deaths. Department of Health figures published this afternoon show that daily cases have risen from 2,325 last Sunday to 3,240 today, while deaths rose just one in a week - from five last Sunday to six.
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