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91% of 18-34 year olds using social media are talking about brands.
Cybersecurity firm Darktrace soared 40% on its stock market debut on Friday after pricing slap bang in the middle of its pre-listing range. But the surge only partially covers the cost of future risks, writes @aimeedonnellan https://t.co/hunSv0DWmw https://t.co/Zfyip3SRX4
From @Breakingviews: Europe’s proposed new soccer league would be the biggest upheaval in decades for the world’s most popular sport. Paradoxically, the JPMorgan-backed breakaway may also be too modest to work, writes @LiamWardProud https://t.co/NZZweKYZoG https://t.co/RCR3VJbefL
First NatWest pulled the plug on Ulster Bank. Now Belgium’s KBC is planning to flog around 8.9 billion euros of assets to Bank of Ireland. The exodus could presage similar moves across Europe, writes @aimeedonnellan https://t.co/OjbHaWqoA2 https://t.co/J62dzHmdyo
German diagnostic tester Synlab is planning to float with a mooted $7 billion valuation. A receding pandemic could mean 2020’s revenue growth isn’t repeated. But consumers may continue to obsess about other aspects of their health, writes @aimeedonnellan: https://t.co/WFQ7v4EuqL https://t.co/iDiLjuNxSB
UK insurers reckon that watering down rules inherited from the EU could free up 95 billion pounds of trapped capital. But in the middle of a recession, it’s hardly the time to tinker with an already complicated framework, writes @aimeedonnellan: https://t.co/VREOMv0wxd https://t.co/lWq8JWt2bM
According to Greek myth, the multi-headed Hydra would immediately regrow a head after one was chopped off. The serpentine creature comes to mind as society grapples with mutations of Covid-19. The world faces a lengthy battle, writes @aimeedonnellan: https://t.co/2ZV8hP4p3K https://t.co/SGzXExuplt
A breakdown on variants and their impact on rolling lockdowns. https://t.co/oNsHy6fJ8N