In BIG PICTURE NEWS, US inflation slows, the US and Japan expand their security alliance while Biden gets in trouble, the Bank of England makes money from Truss and we see developments in energy, commodities and the latest in crypto. In RETAIL NEWS, Tesco, M&S and Very have a strong Christmas while Asos and Halfords face issues. In REAL ESTATE NEWS, Persimmon slows the pace, Savills sees a buoyant top end and a mortgage crunch looms. In MISCELLANEOUS NEWS, TSMC is cautious, PC sales fall, Tesla cuts prices in the US and HBO Max ups its prices. AND FINALLY, I bring you Waitrose vs Warburtons: the crumpet wars (there's no contest in my book)...
You need to have an active subscription in order to view/use this page. If you are an existing subscriber, please login below.
Alternatively, if you are new to Watson’s Daily and would like to dip your toe in, you can get a trial Bronze level subscription HERE. This will last for one week for free and then go to paid unless you cancel within the week. You can, of course, dive straight in with Bronze, Silver or Gold membership!
The main differences between the levels of membership are the materials you get access to and your access to me! Bronze is great – there’s loads of functionality here. I would, however, recommend Silver if you are serious about getting better with your knowledge as quickly as possible. Gold gives you all the benefits of Silver but with added guaranteed small group calls and option of one-on-one calls with me to talk about commercial awareness and/or careers/interviews.
Watson’s Daily is all about helping you understand, remember and utilise knowledge of the business and financial markets news in your career and/or studies. I aim to give you the tools you need to turbo boost your knowledge whilst also having a bit of fun as well!