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On the day it was revealed that soccer superstar David Beckham is in line to star in Disney Plus series “Save Our Squad,” the former mid-fielder turned team owner gave his first in-depth television industry keynote at this year’s MipTV on Tuesday. Nine-time Primetime Emmy-winning director and producer Ben Winston (“Carpool Karaoke,” “Friends Reunion Special”), […]
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As part of the commitment, the bank said it would escalate activities such as green-bond financing and financing companies that support clean technology and renewable energy. The announcement follows that of Bank of America, which expanded its commitment to green finance last week. Larry Fink, chief executive officer of BlackRock Inc, the world's largest asset manager, has also called for more disclosure requirements from private companies.
Andy Haldane to leave role as Bank of England chief economistProminent economist to become chief executive of the Royal Society of Arts thinktank Andy Haldane has worked at the Bank of England for 32 years. Photograph: Sarah Lee/The Guardian
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Alba leader Alex Salmond has accused the BBC and STV of excluding his new party from debates and their news coverage.
(Bloomberg) -- Investors flocked back to stay-at-home companies while selling travel shares after U.S. regulators recommended a pause in the use of Johnson & Johnson’s Covid-19 shot amid concerns about blood clots.J&J slumped the most since January, while Pfizer Inc., BioNTech SE and Moderna Inc. rose as traders favored competing firms with vaccines that haven’t been tied to similar safety risks. Cruise operators Carnival Corp. and Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. dipped. American Airlines Group Inc. also slid on a wider-than-estimated loss for the first quarter -- a stark reminder of the pain that airlines have experienced during the pandemic.A Goldman Sachs basket of stay-at-home stocks rose as much as 1.5% to touch the highest level since February. The group is up more than 65% in the past year, topping a gain of about 50% for the S&P 500. Zoom Video Communications Inc. climbed alongside exercise-at-home firm Peloton Interactive Inc. The tech-heavy Nasdaq 100 rallied to a record, outperforming other major equity benchmarks.The safety concerns could give skeptics another reason to either be hesitant to get a vaccine or wait for other shots to become available.For Cantor Fitzgerald’s Louise Chen, a potential slowdown could “become a headwind for vaccination efforts since safety issues have always been a concern for some contemplating the vaccine.”However, U.S. officials said they expect the pause on J&J’s shot to last a matter of days, with the announcement not having a significant impact on vaccination goals.The J&J news comes at a time when investors had been hopeful about a rotation into cheaper areas of the market that could benefit from a drop in coronavirus cases and a reopening of the economy.The jitters for travel and leisure stocks sent the S&P 500 Airlines Index down 2.3% while the S&P 500 Hotels, Resorts & Cruise Lines Index slipped 0.9%. Casino and gaming stocks tumbled, with Wynn Resorts Ltd., Las Vegas Sands Corp. and MGM Resorts International sinking.(Updates prices and adds details throughout.)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.
Vice-chancellors have intensified calls for students to be allowed to come back to campus as soon as possible.
The families of Daunte Wright and George Floyd, along with attorney Ben Crump, hold a news conference in Minneapolis.
Peers vote to halt plans to limit UK soldiers’ accountability for war crimes. High-profile defeat inflicted on government over five-year deadline proposed in overseas operations bill
Iran on Tuesday summoned the envoy of Portugal, current holder of the European Union's rotating presidency, to protest against the bloc's sanctions on eight Iranian military and police chiefs over a deadly crackdown in 2019, state media reported. The Foreign Ministry voiced Iran's protest to the ambassador, media reports said, over the sanctions which included travel bans and asset freezes and also blacklisted Hossein Salami, head of the Revolutionary Guards.
Fishmongers’ Hall terror attacker Usman Khan was shot dead by armed police after pulling his coat over his head to reveal a fake suicide vest, an inquest has heard. Khan, 28, was pinned down on London Bridge by members of the public armed with a narwhal tusk, a decorative pike, and a fire extinguisher, after he had killed two people and stabbed three others in a five-minute rampage through the historic City of London hall. Cambridge graduates Jack Merritt, 25, and Saskia Jones, 23, both died from their injuries on November 29, 2019.
Two directors at Matt Hancock’s local hospital to leave before ‘bullying’ review. Nick Jenkins and Helen Beck to step down ahead of publication of review into ‘witch-hunt’ for whistleblower
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A ship that blocked the Suez Canal for almost a week in March is being held in the waterway as canal authorities pursue a $916 million compensation claim against the ship's Japanese owner, one of the vessel's insurers and canal sources said on Tuesday. The Ever Given container ship, owned by Shoei Kisen, has been in a lake separating two sections of the canal since it was dislodged on March 29, as the Suez Canal Authority (SCA) conducts investigations. Negotiations over the compensation claim were still taking place, according to one of the sources.