The elected US President Joe Biden is planning this Name a task force to deal with the coronavirus pandemic before taking office in order to get the more than 100,000 new cases reported nationwide per day under control. He is expected to announce a 12-person team to fight the virus on Monday.
Mark Meadows, the White House Chief of Staff, just a few weeks after US President Donald Trump was infected with the virus, Covid-19 was signed. Meadows, a former North Carolina congressman, was diagnosed the day after the November 3rd election, according to a former senior White House official.
Chinese exports growth jumped to the highest level in more than a year and a half in October. Exports from the world's second largest economy exceeded analysts' expectations of an 11.4 percent year-on-year increase over the month. Official data on Saturday showed the strongest growth rate since March 2019.
The number of Canadians with severe forms of Covid-19 continues to rise, according to his chief physician. Theresa Tam said over the weekend that 1,200 people were treated for Covid-19 in hospitals in the week ending November 5, up from 1,107 the previous week and 1,010 the week before.
Online fashion retailer Farfetch has made $ 1.1 billion in investments from Chinese tech giant Alibaba and Swiss watch and jewelry company Richemont, a sign that the pandemic is accelerating the industry's focus on Asia and Asia do digital selling much more important.
Pret A Manger, Hugo Boss and the UK's largest independent toy retailer threatened with legal action from the landlord of Westfield Shopping Center about unpaid rent when England goes through a second ban. "It's … not a sensible move for a rental company to do," said Gary Grant, chairman of The Entertainer, a toy chain.
The Thai competition authorities have cleared the acquisition of Tesco's Southeast Asian operations by CP for USD 10.6 billion. The UK supermarket group plans to return £ 5 billion to investors via a special dividend, a payout that is likely prove controversialgiven its size and the background to the UK coronavirus pandemic.
Uber missed Wall Street's forecasts as the pandemic weighed on the company's ridesharing. The company reduced its losses to $ 1.09 billion in the third quarter. something worse S&P Capital IQ estimates it is above analysts' estimates of $ 1.02 billion. Total sales fell 18 percent, worse than expected.