The latest business and finance news from around the world from the BBC
The International Energy Agency says global CO2 levels are rising after a fall in 2020
The markets had a strong day, recovering from some of the sell offs last week.
Texas's Brazos Electric Power Co-operative has filed for bankruptcy after winter storms.
This year's Golden Globes has been overshadowed by criticism over lack of diversity
US house prepares to pass President Biden's $1.9 trillion stimulus package
The Indian economy grew 0.4% in a year, after significant coronavirus-related declines
Etsy publishes strong results as online shopping soars
China's president Xi Jinping has claimed his country has eradicated extreme poverty
President Biden signs an executive order to tackle global semiconductor shortage
Coronavirus-hit South Africa has unveiled its national budget for the coming year
The UK government announces a review into Vaccine Passports
The long-serving Saudi oil minister Sheikh Ahmed Zaki Yamani has died in London aged 90
All legal limits on social contact lifted by 21 June, if strict conditions are met.
Authorities in Israel hope to identify the source of an oil spill that has hit its coast
People are now able to enter shopping malls and tourist attractions such as zoos
Fri 19 Feb 2021
Bitcoin's market value exceeds $1 trillion after its price soars.
Is Africa getting Europe's unused vaccines a sustainable solution?
Thu 18 Feb 2021
Key players in the GameStop affair appeared in front of a US Congressional Committee.
Australian PM says he won't be intimidated by Facebook blocking news feeds to users
Wed 17 Feb 2021
Google has agreed to pay News Corp for content from news sites across its media empire.
Can the Great Green Wall in northern Africa save fragile communities?
Tue 16 Feb 2021
It's been another record day on the US stock markets
An increase in demand for iron ore has led to a sharp rise in BHP's profits
Mon 15 Feb 2021
History making appointment at the helm of the World Trade Organization
Google has reportedly agreed to pay the Seven television network $23 million a year.
The US Food and Drug Administration head not announced yet despite the pandemic.
Fri 12 Feb 2021
Chris Low from FHN Financial brings us the latest news from the financial markets
Germany's government is said to have agreed a new law to combat worker abuses overseas
Thu 11 Feb 2021
A Microsoft executive has backed the Australian government in a row about paying for news
Think tank Carbon Tracker projects trillions of dollars of losses for major oil nations.
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