Hot Off The Wires - 13 March 2020
The FTSE yesterday endured its worst day in more than three decades with a 10.9% plunge after panic over the coronavirus crisis battered global markets.
Goldman Sachs has triggered an emergency coronavirus plan, banning gatherings of more than 20 people and telling its 38,000 staff worldwide that they will be split into so-called "blue" and "white" teams.
The European Central Bank said it would provide an additional €120bn of stimulus to help the eurozone economy overcome the coronavirus shock, but disappointed markets by leaving interest rates unchanged.
More than 300,000 investors trapped in Neil Woodford’s failed flagship investment fund will share £142 million as part of a second payout.
What London monument was also intended to be used as a fixed telescope?