Hot Off The Wires - 6th November 2020
Wall Street extended its post-election rally yesterday after the Federal Reserve held interest rates at rock bottom; the S&P 500 closed up by 2%, while the Nasdaq climbed 2.6%.
Boris Johnson has given his blessing to Network Rail chairman Sir Peter Hendy's decision to conduct a review exploring a multi billion-pound rail tunnel between Scotland and Northern Ireland.
The construction became sector one of the few bright spots in the UK economy as home builders pushed ahead with new projects during October.
Nintendo has raised its annual profit guidance by 50% as lifetime sales of its Switch console surpassed 68 million units.
The boss of J Sainsbury Simon Roberts has defended his decision to pay £230m in dividends while receiving the same amount in business rates relief by arguing the property tax is unfair.
The first official international cricket match was held in 1844 between two countries not known for their cricketing history or prowess. Can you name the two countries?