5 Things You Need To Know, Today, on Thursday 21st January 2021

Justin Waite
5 Things You Need To Know
06:19, 21st January 2021

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5 Things You Need To Know, Today, on Thursday 21st January 2021

 

5. Three Chinese telecom giants have asked the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) to review its decision to delist them.

The NYSE initially said it would delist China Unicom, China Mobile and China Telecom on 7 January based on a Donald Trump executive order.

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4. Low-deposit mortgages have made a return as the market emerges from a Covid-related slowdown.

Mortgage products for homeowners with a deposit of 10% of their property's value have risen more than fourfold compared with last summer's low.

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3. Unilever has said that by 2030 it will refuse to do business with any firm that does not pay at least a living wage or income to its staff.

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2. Anyone going on a Saga holiday or cruise in 2021 must be fully vaccinated against Covid-19, the tour operator has said.

Saga, which specialises in holidays for the over-50s, said it wanted to protect customers' health and safety.

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1. US President Joe Biden has begun to undo some of Donald Trump's key policies, hours after being sworn in.

President Biden signed 15 executive orders, which includes boosting the federal response to the coronavirus crisis, reversing Trump's stance on climate change and immigration.

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