The infoshot to help kick-start your week
- Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) is now called Meta, the company said on Thursday, in a rebrand that focuses on building the “metaverse,” a shared virtual environment that it bets will be the successor to the mobile internet.
- Microsoft reclaims title of most valuable public company after Apple falls.
- Oil prices slipped Friday, on course for a negative week as traders bank recent gains in the face of rising U.S. inventories, the prospect of more Iranian exports and ahead of next week’s OPEC+ meeting.
- The prevalence of COVID-19 infections in England hit its highest level since the start of the year, reaching around 1 in 50 people in the week ending Oct. 22, Britain’s Office for National Statistics said on Friday.
- UK Manufacturing PMI to be released on November 1st, forecasted to be 57.7%.
- Eurozone Unemployment rate to be released on November 3rd, forecasted to be 7.4%
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