London’s Heathrow Airport urged Britain on Monday to open up travel to vaccinated passengers after its recovery fell behind Europe, pushing its cumulative pandemic losses to $4 billion.
Bitcoin price soared today to approach $40,000, a rally some attributed to traders exiting bets on declines as well as ongoing speculation over Amazon’s potential involvement in the cryptocurrency sector.
Singapore’s brick and mortar businesses have been hit hard by coronavirus and retailers have seen sales plummet significantly as a result of Covid-19 restrictions, according to a retail trade body in the country.
U.S. Weekly Jobless Claims: The number of Americans filing new claims for jobless benefits rose to a two-month high last week, a reminder that the labor market was far from being out of the woods as the nation confronts a resurgence in new COVID-19 infections.
Covid origin second phase investigation rejected by China on Thursday a World Health Organization (WHO) plan, which includes the hypothesis it could have escaped from a Chinese laboratory, a top health official said.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was not prepared to impose COVID-19 lockdown restrictions to stop the spread of coronavirus to save the elderly and denied the National Health Service would be overwhelmed, his former top adviser said in an interview aired on Monday.
Renting or buying in UK capital London remains notoriously expensive. Data collected by estate agent Knight Frank, shared with CNBC, shows that in the second quarter of 2021 Barking and Dagenham was typically the cheapest borough in which to buy a property.