Friday 22/03/24

In MACRO NEWS, the Bank of England leaves interest rates unchanged, government borrowing is higher than expected, Turkey hikes rates and Milei gets his chainsaw out. In TMT NEWS, Apple faces an antitrust case, Reddit booms on its debut, Warner Bros Discovery launches Max in Europe and Three has a 'mare. In FINANCIALS NEWS, Nationwide agrees to take over Virgin Money, Direct Line plans to cut costs and M&G rebounds. In MISCELLANEOUS NEWS, consumer confidence stalls, Next triumphs, Gatwick profits are up, Samsonite considers a secondary listing, private sector activity shows steady growth and Accenture cuts revenue forecasts. AND FINALLY, I bring you a really fun clock...


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