UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced a public inquiry into the government on Tuesday handling the pandemic would be held next year. In the government’s efforts to win over Covid-19, he said it will be “we will have to learn lessons from what is going to happen”.
The number of jobs in the U.S. reached a record high in late March. US job offers It was 8.1 million, up from 7.5 million in February and the highest level since the Labor Statistics Office began tracking the figure in December 2000. The previous record was 7.6 million in November 2018.
Norway plans to spend it number of records to push for a pandemic recovery from the world’s largest sovereign wealth fund as the center-right government prepares for a losing national election. This year’s government will spend NKr403bn ($ 49 billion) from the $ 1.3 billion oil fund this year, up from NKr369bn last year.
Of Turkey current account it created a deficit in March for the 17th consecutive month, accelerating economic growth to $ 717 billion after a sharp slowdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic last year. The current account, the largest measure of trade in goods and services, had a deficit of $ 3.3 billion.
Farrow & Ball, his famous British painting company eccentrically named the tones are being sold to Hempel in Denmark for a deal worth 500 million euros. The company has white skim milk, brown broccoli and Dead Salmon, among others. Ares is owned by the Los Angeles-based private equity firm since it paid £ 275 million in 2014.
The Slovak Ministry of Health said on Tuesday that the country would stop giving the first doses of AstraZeneca ownership against Covra-19 the last setback to spread the company’s vaccines in Europe. “The Ministry of Health is currently exploring various alternatives in Slovakia to move forward with this issue,” he said in a brief note.
Thyssenkrupp, a sick German industrial group, expects to achieve its first adjusted profit for the year in three years, as demand for steel has risen sharply and economic rebound Head of China. The recovery in the automotive market saw the company’s key units record an increase in demand and sales.
London’s Heathrow Airport has called for a “green” list of countries that can travel without quarantine when UK holidaymakers return. Heathrow said passenger numbers it was down 92.1 percent in April compared to pre-pandemic 2019 data after cuts.