over 4 years ago • 1 min
It’s been an incredibly busy week for business news, with literally hundreds of companies around the world reporting results – from Facebook to BP.
But how closely have you been following the News and Packs in the Finimize app? Take this week’s quiz to test your knowledge.
Here are the answers to last week’s questions:
Q1: Mario Draghi oversaw his last policy meeting at the European Central Bank this week. Who is taking over from him as ECB president at the end of the month?A: Christine Lagarde
Q2: A report from management consultancy McKinsey flagged the danger of an economic downturn to which profession?A: Bankers
Q3: Why did the CEO of medical equipment maker Smith & Nephew quit this week?A: He wanted higher pay
Q4: Facebook's CEO appeared before Congress to take questions on the company's planned "cryptocurrency"-based payments system (among other things). What's the name of this payments system?A: Libra
Q5: SAP, Europe's largest tech company, announced a cloud computing partnership with which US firm?A: Microsoft
Q6: Big US banks criticised the Federal Reserve’s attempts to support which key market?A: The repo market
Q7: Ecommerce giant Amazon reported disappointing profit on Thursday. Which of these divisions reported lower-than-expected sales growth?A: The cloud computing division
Q8: Which maker of silicon chips announced disappointing results on Tuesday?A: Texas Instruments
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