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Ramla Soni

Ramla Soni comes from a background of wealth management specialising in areas including fintech, sport, business and finance, lifestyle and the global economy. Personal interests include: researching, networking, social media, travel, music, fashion, sport and lifestyle

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Anghami
Music platform Anghami to become first Arab tech firm to get Nasdaq listing

Music streaming platform and digital distribution company Anghami is to become the first Arab tech company to be listed on the Nasdaq

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Volvo
Volvo joins carmakers to go fully electric by 2030

Volvo is to go fully electric by 2030 as it joins a growing number of carmakers planning to go greener by the end of the decade

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Flipkart
Walmart's Flipkart expands online grocery presence in India

Flipkart is to expand its presence in India by selling groceries online in more cities, as it seeks to compete better with Amazon and Reliance

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German retail sales
German retail sales fall in January as lockdown continues

Retail sales in Germany fell more than expected in January due to the Covid-19 lockdown and the withdrawal of a temporary cut in sales tax

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Japanese companies go high-tech
Artificial intelligence fighting food waste in Japan

NEC and Suntory among companies increasing their use of artificial intelligence (AI) and other advanced technology to cut down on waste and costs

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Texas electricity firm
Largest electric power firm in Texas files for bankruptcy after severe storm hits

Texas’s largest and oldest electric power firm, Brazos Electric Power Cooperative, has filed for bankruptcy protection in a Houston federal court, over a disputed $1.8bn bill from the state’s grid operator

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Brent and WTI prices
Brent and WTI prices rise as US House approves $1.9trn stimulus bill

Brent and WTI futures rose by more than $1 after the US House of Representatives approved a coronavirus stimulus package.

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Toyota
Toyota develops fuel cell system in zero-emissions push

Toyota Motor Corp has developed a packaged fuel cell system module, as it seeks to expand its usage and accessibility of the zero-emission technology

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Tim Hortons coffee
Tim Hortons coffee chain gets Tencent investment to expand network in China

Tim Hortons in China has raised new funds from Sequoia Capital China, Tencent Holdings and Eastern Bell Capital, and plans to add more than 200 shops to its network this year

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IAG
IAG reports $9bn loss and says Covid health passes will help travel recovery

The owner of British Airways, IAG, says digital health checks will help travel to recover this summer, after the pandemic led it to a record loss of €7.4bn last year

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Aston Martin
Aston Martin expects to go to back to profitability after 2020 loss

Aston Martin expects its sales to almost double and move back towards profitability this year after being hit significantly in 2020

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Geely and Volvo
Geely and Volvo cancel merger plans and launch powertrain entity instead

China’s Geely Automobile and Volvo Cars are not going ahead with their merger plans but instead plan to launch a new entity this year to combine their powertrain operations and expand on electric vehicles

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Barclays
Barclays raises 2021 oil price forecast

Barclays lifted its 2021 oil price forecast, due to weaker-than-expected supply response from US producers to higher prices

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Hong Kong
Hong Kong begins vaccine rollout and plans for lower budget deficit

Hong Kong plans to run a much lower budget deficit in the coming fiscal year as it is expected for the economy to recover on vaccination hopes

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Heathrow
Heathrow reports £2bn loss and says digital health checks significant for travel recovery

The UK’s largest airport, London Heathrow, reported a £2bn loss last year with passenger numbers falling 73 per cent, to 22 million people in 2020

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