5 Things You Need To Know, Today, on Thursday 25th February 2021

Justin Waite
5 Things You Need To Know
06:33, 25th February 2021

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5 Things You Need To Know, Today, on Thursday 25th February 2021

5. Shares in GameStop surged on Wednesday in what could mark a return to frenzied trading that rocked markets last month.

GameStop stock climbed by 104% until trading was halted for a second time - moments before markets closed.

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4. Ikea UK is planning to launch its promised "Buy Back" venture shortly after retail reopens, giving you the chance to return used items if you're heading back to the office.

The start of the scheme was postponed in November due to the pandemic.

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3. Goldman Sachs boss David Solomon has rejected remote working as a “new normal” and has labelled it an “aberration” instead.

Mr Solomon said the investment bank had operated throughout 2020 with “less than 10% of our people” in the office.

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2. Talks to secure the future of Vauxhall's Ellesmere Port plant will continue after no firm decision was taken on Wednesday.

A board meeting of Vauxhall's parent company ended without agreement on its fate, although an announcement is expected within 48 hours.

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1. Former Chancellor Lord Hammond has said the government must risk unpopularity and tell "some difficult home truths" about the state of the economy.

He said dealing with the pandemic had been the financial equivalent of "fighting a war" but should "bounce back".

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