CA daily briefing: Friday 12 March
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
The latest from ICAS
The team of academics working on a second ICAS and EFRAG sponsored project on the topic of Intangibles, introduce the objective of their research: Do companies disclose relevant information?
Today's top stories from around the web
- UK exports to European Union drop 40% in January (BBC News)
- UK economy shrank 2.9% in January as third lockdown took hold (City AM)
- As vaccine nationalism deepens, governments pay to bring production home (Reuters)
- Inflation is already creeping into some corners of the world (Bloomberg)
- Robert Jenrick orders public inquiry into Cumbria coalmine (The Guardian)
- MPs call for adjudicator to stamp out abuses in UK fashion supply chain (Sky News)
- Singapore PM: 'Considerable risk' of severe US-China tensions (BBC News)
- Global chief executives say UK market is more attractive after Brexit (City AM)
- Close EU scrutiny of Brexit hubs to continue indefinitely, says regulator (Reuters)
- Football Index: customers' money trapped after platform is suspended (The Guardian)
That's all for this week. Check back next week for your Monday briefing.