In TECH NEWS, Intel says the chip shortage could stretch into 2023 and a start-up has made a breakthrough in long-duration batteries. In TRAVEL-RELATED NEWS, US airlines see a recovery in demand while the UK and France try to cobble a travel app together. In FINANCIALS NEWS, the government announces plans to sell down its stake in NatWest and Starling aims for a flotation. In MISCELLANEOUS NEWS, consumer confidence reaches pre-Covid levels, Unilever faces big cost rises, HBO Max eats Netflix's lunch and Mercedes buys a British start-up. AND FINALLY, I bring you an interesting idea for cooling down...
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