The week in review – 20th July

With the current situation moving so quickly, we will be producing weekly updates on our website detailing some of the main events and how they have affected global markets. 

 

As millions of people around the globe went back into lockdown last week,
in England confirmation was received that face coverings will be mandatory for shoppers in supermarkets and shops from Friday 24 July. The move aligns England with Scotland and other major European nations including Italy, Germany and Spain.

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