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26 Jan 2:44pm Caught between China and the US, the pressure for HSBC to split grows | Nils Pratley
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Chief executive Noel Quinn opines unconvincingly about staying out of politics, but it’s not that simple
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26 Jan 1:54pm Why has AstraZeneca reduced promised vaccine supply to EU and is UK affected?
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Analysis: technical problem at Belgium plant failed to produce enough vaccine but EU demanding fulfilment of contract AstraZeneca warned the European commission on Friday that there would be a significant shortfall in the promised 100m vaccine doses this quarter, of
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26 Jan 1:53pm The Guardian view on department store closures: end of an era | Editorial
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Debenhams is shutting up shop, as is Jenners in Edinburgh. With thousands of jobs set to be lost, these changes in retail are painful It is still possible that
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26 Jan 10:53am Brexit: Dutch warehouse boom as UK firms forced to invest abroad
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Hornby and JD Sports among firms after space to offset port delays, extra freight costs plus new VAT and customs fees
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26 Jan 9:32am EU citizens offered financial incentives to leave UK
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European nationals added to voluntary returns scheme, which can include flights and up to £2,000 for resettlement EU citizens are being offered financial incentives to leave the UK, the Guardian has learned, months before the deadline to apply for settled status has passed. From 1 January EU citizens have quietly been added to the government’s
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26 Jan 8:00am Asset manager BlackRock threatens to sell shares in worst climate polluters
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Firm commanding £6tn in assets vows to support net-zero carbon pledge amid pressure to divest from fossil fuels BlackRock has said it will threaten to sell its shares in the worst corporate polluters, as the world’s largest asset manager pledged to support the goal of net-zero carbon dioxide emissions by 2050.
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26 Jan 7:00am Republicans are rediscovering the dangers of budget deficits | Jeffrey Frankel
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The party has done the same thing every time a Democrat has won the presidency High among the US president Joe Biden’s many priorities is
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26 Jan 6:30am Pharmaceutical giants not ready for next pandemic, report warns
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Ten of the world’s most infectious diseases identified by the WHO not being catered for by drug firms The world’s biggest pharmaceutical firms are little prepared for the next pandemic despite a mounting response to the Covid-19 outbreak, an independent report has warned. Jayasree K Iyer, executive director of the Netherlands-based
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26 Jan 5:59am Saga reports surge in holiday interest as Covid vaccine rolls out
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Over-50s travel and insurance firm says vaccinated customers are aiming to ‘live life to the full’
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26 Jan 4:17am Rolls-Royce says new Covid-19 strains will slash travel this year
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Engine-maker’s shares tumble as it says it expects to spend £2bn in cash
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26 Jan 4:09am Updated UK jobless rate hits 5%; redundancies reach record high – business live
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UK unemployment rate rises to four-year high with 828,000 jobs gone since start of pandemic; IMF releases its World Economic Outlook later
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26 Jan 1:11am UK supermarkets not doing enough to cut plastic use, says report
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Ten biggest retailers produced 900,000 tonnes of packaging and 2bn plastic bags in 2017
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26 Jan 1:00am Construction material shortages could delay UK housebuilding
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Builders battle for supplies on back of Covid crisis and price increases
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