Be the first to know about every new Coronavirus story

Drugmaker seeks emergency approval for antibody treatment

Eli Lilly, a US drugmaker, has applied for an emergency authorisation of its Covid-19 antibody in the US. According to documents seen by the Financial Times, the Vatican invested donations for the needy in derivatives that bet on the creditworthiness of Hertz. And the FBI picks up the case of two men found dead in a hotel room in Missouri; British prosecutors had seen the men as potential witnesses in a corruption probe into the multibillion-dollar mining house, Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation. 


Lilly seeks emergency approval for Covid drug

https://www.ft.com/content/dc7d2abf-1cd2-40db-b040-27b3d9031e8b


Vatican used charity funds to buy Hertz credit derivatives

https://www.ft.com/content/f966e8b4-945a-45d0-8391-a305b3d8f7f5


Silent witnesses: what do three corpses have to do with a corruption case?

https://www.ft.com/content/7dc13ec9-721c-41a7-8423-daeb9a743e9a



See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

A transcript for this podcast is currently unavailable, view our accessibility guide.

Get alerts on FT News Briefing when a new story is published

Copyright The Financial Times Limited 2020. All rights reserved.
Reuse this content (opens in new window)

Comments have not been enabled for this podcast.

Follow the topics in this podcast