CA daily briefing: Wednesday 14 April
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
The latest from ICAS
On 11 January 2021 ICAS Members and Students embarked upon a virtual wellbeing journey. Their combined total of 180 days worth of exercise covered enough kilometres to travel all the way around the world.
Today's top stories from around the web
- Easyjet ready to 'ramp up' for summer holidays (BBC News)
- Tesco profits tumble despite surge in pandemic sales (City AM)
- World stocks hit record high as bond yields ease (Reuters)
- Greensill Capital lobbying row deepens as it emerges top civil servant worked for firm while at Cabinet Office (Sky News)
- Hundreds of British Gas engineers to lose jobs in ‘fire and rehire’ scheme (The Guardian)
- Business secretary Kwasi Kwarteng warns of danger Liberty Steel plants could close (The Independent)
- Young black people three times more likely to be unemployed than white peers (BBC News)
- Foxtons sees revenues rocket amid stamp duty-driven housing boom (City AM)
- Coinbase listing marks latest step in crypto's march to the mainstream (Reuters)
- CMA clears £31bn merger between O2 and Virgin Media (Sky News)
That's all for today. Check back tomorrow for your Thursday briefing.