Hot Off The Wires - 29th June 2021
Germany’s central bank head Jens Weidmann has called for the European Central Bank’s pandemic-related bond purchases to be ‘reduced step-by-step’ and warned that inflationary pressures are mounting.
Nissan will this week unveil plans to build the UK's first battery gigafactory at its site in Sunderland.
The Financial Reporting Council has launched an investigation into the audit of Greensill Capital, opening a new front in the probe of the supply chain finance group.
Samsung Electronics’ rising carbon emissions and slow reduction of fossil fuel use is undermining the group’s sustainability claims, according to environmentalists.
Ministers are refusing to disclose how much a row over a HS2 contract has cost taxpayers after striking an out of court settlement with a spurned Spanish train manufacturer.
The taxman has launched almost 13,000 probes into the suspected misuse of Covid support schemes.
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