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18h10 01  mars
Gucci owner Kering invests in resale platform Vestiaire Collective
French luxury group Kering has taken a 5% stake in Vestiaire Collective, a leading platform for second-hand clothes and handbags, betting that the booming resale market will help it woo younger and more environmentally conscious shoppers.
INSIGHT-To go electric, America needs more mines. Can it build them?
Last September, in the arid hills of northern Nevada, a cluster of flowers found nowhere else on earth died mysteriously overnight. Conservationists were quick to suspect ioneer Ltd, an Australian firm that wants to mine the lithium that lies beneath the flowers for use in electric vehicle (EV)...
Generation COVID: student designers kick off Paris Fashion Week
With a collection called Toxique, c’est chic , which showcases the knitting techniques he perfected under COVID-19 lockdown at home, James Giltner is among aspiring designers stepping into the limelight in an unusual edition of Paris’ fashion week.
CERAWEEK-Bill Gates urges need to reduce ’green premium’ in energy transition
Investor and philanthropist Bill Gates said at a virtual conference on Monday that cheap green hydrogen would be a huge deal in helping the energy transition but added that its so-called green premium will factor into its use.
Oil Prices Climb on U.S. Stimulus Bill Hopes
Daily energy market commentary provided by Nasdaq Corporate Solutions Advisory Services’ Energy Team.
United Airlines orders 25 new Boeing 737 MAX jets
United Airlines Holdings Inc has ordered 25 new Boeing 737 MAX aircraft for delivery in 2023, the U.S. airline said on Monday.
United Airline orders 25 more Boeing 737 MAX jets - NYT
United Airlines Holdings Inc is adding 25 aircraft to its order for Boeing’s 737 MAX jet, bringing its total to 180 in the coming years, the New York Times reported on Monday.
Nornickel operations chief to leave in management shake-up
Russian metals producer Norilsk Nickel’s (Nornickel) Chief Operating Officer Sergey Dyachenko is leaving the company as part of a management restructuring, it said on Monday.
S.Africa plans special court to help unblock land redistribution
South Africa’s government unveiled plans on Monday for a special court to expedite the return of land taken from black people under apartheid by handling disputes that have held up the highly sensitive process.
Predicting growth, Saudi’s Ma’aden to boost fertiliser capacity
Saudi Arabian Mining Co (Ma’aden), the Gulf’s largest miner, plans to boost the capacity of its major fertiliser project in the north of the country this year as it expects demand to rise, its chief executive told Reuters on Monday.
METALS-Tin retreats from nine-year high but fundamentals underpin prices
Tin prices plunged more than 10% on Monday as last week’s nine-year highs triggered some technical selling and prompted investors to book profits, though shortages capped losses.
China Eastern signs firm order with COMAC to buy 5 C919 jets
China Eastern Airlines, the launch customer for China’s home-built C919 jets, signed a firm order with the state planemaker on Monday to buy five of the narrowbody aircraft, the Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China (COMAC) said.
Palm oil in focus as Swiss vote on trade pact with Indonesia
Swiss voters will decide on a free trade agreement (FTA) with Indonesia on Sunday, with lower tariffs on palm oil imports the main issue in what the polls predict will be a tight referendum.
China’s Inner Mongolia to end cryptocurrency mining, ban new steel, coke projects
China’s Inner Mongolia will end all cryptocurrency mining projects and stop reviewing new projects in industries which consume large amounts of energy, such as steel, coke and methanol production, as it attempts to meet energy efficiency targets.
Saudia plans to order 70 Airbus, Boeing jets -report
State-owned Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) plans to order 70 airliners from Airbus and Boeing, Saudi news outlet Maaal reported on Monday, citing unidentified sources.