Hot Off The Wires - 29th April 2021
The eurozone is at risk of a ‘tsunami’ of bankruptcies as Covid life-support schemes for businesses are wound up, regulators have warned.
Joe Biden is poised to announce a $1.8tn plan to expand America’s social safety net, which will be funded by hefty tax increases on the wealthiest households.
The end of Rishi Sunak's stamp duty holiday will not derail Britain's housing market because families are set to continue seeking out bigger homes and more green space, Lloyds has said.
Boris Johnson is facing two new investigations into alleged donations for the refurbishment of his Downing Street residence.
Households sticking with stricter cleaning routines have boosted quarterly sales at Reckitt, offsetting a decline in healthcare sales from a weaker flu season.
BT is in talks with Amazon, Disney and others to offload a stake in its television arm, as the pandemic casts doubt over the future of sport.
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