The Financial Times
Martin Arnold in Frankfurt and Valentina Romei in London
– Feb 23, 9:00 PM
European manufacturers are passing higher input costs on to their customers, sending eurozone inflation to its highest level for almost a year as shortages of materials and soaring shipping costs disrupt supply chains. Efforts to cushion rising…
Josh Smith and Sangmi Cha
– Feb 23, 8:08 PM
SEOULSEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea shipped its first doses of a coronavirus vaccine on Wednesday, transferring AstraZeneca vaccines from a production facility in the country to a warehouse outside the capital of Seoul in preparation for this week's…
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Two Australian states will loosen restrictions on dancing at indoor venues and ease other curbs from Friday after several weeks of no COVID-19 cases. In New South Wales (NSW), 30 people will be allowed to dance at weddings and as…
Photographer: Alex Flynn/Bloomberg Bitcoin rallied back above $50,000 on Wednesday, aided by supportive comments from Ark Investment Management 's Cathie Wood. The largest cryptocurrency advanced as much as 5.4% to about $50,557 in Asian trading.
Illustration: Kati Szilágyi for Bloomberg Businessweek It's not likely that any of Pennsylvania's public school teachers paid attention to it, but a brief announcement in early 2018 held some unwelcome news for their retirement savings.