InterContinental Hotels Group, owner of the Holiday Inn and Crowne Plaza brands, has warned that the difficulties of the “most challenging year” in its history have been stretched into 2021 as new strains of coronavirus force countries to close borders and restrict travel. CEO Keith Barr said the recovery was “completely related to vaccines”.
A senior Mexican lawmaker has floated the idea of getting the mega-rich to pay a one-time contribution from Covid-19 as “an act of social justice and solidarity” that could raise nearly $ 5 billion. Only those with fortunes of more than $ 1
Nicola Sturgeon, Scotland’s Prime Minister, on Tuesday set a framework for easing coronavirus restrictions that was significantly more cautious than the UK Government’s route map for England. The plan makes it clear that there probably is none relaxation of restrictions in the retail sector by the second week of April.
Mexican Navy Secretary Rafael Ojeda has signed a contract with Covid-19 for the second time, four months after his first infection. He announced the news on Twitter, saying he would isolate and continue working. Genetic infection has been shown to be relatively rare worldwide. Mexico has confirmed 2.04 million. Cases of coronavirus and 180,536 related deaths.
Frasers Group has put investors on notice over one possible write-down of more than £ 100m as restrictions on locks on high streets drag out. The group behind Sports Direct and Evans Cycles as well as the eponymous department stores said it would take a “significant” non-cash accounting hit on the value of real estate and other assets.
Home Depot sold additional items worth DKK 22 billion. Dollars last year when Native Americans bought garden furniture, ride-on lawn mowers and living room decorations in their flock. The Atlanta-based company, which has more than 2,200 stores across North America, produced $ 132.1 billion. $ In revenue in 2020, most in its history.
Macau gaming stocks acquired the day after the former Portuguese colony lifted all quarantine restrictions for mainland Chinese visitors. Galaxy Entertainment shares closed 8.9 percent higher, while SJM Holdings rose 7.9 percent. Sands China rose 7.5 percent, Melco International rose 6.3 percent, while MGM China and Wynn Macau rose 5 percent.
The budget airline easyJet has reported one increase in bookings since Britain unveiled a “roadmap” out of lockdown that included the restart of international travel later in the year. Booking flights from the UK has more than quadrupled week by week, the airline said, while its package travel department has seen a more than seven-fold jump in bookings.