In MACRO, OIL & BUSINESS TRENDS NEWS, the US economy slows, the UK keeps the majority of European laws, Argentina's interest rates head to eye-watering levels, BP resists pressure, China focuses on foreign businesses and the UK gets its mojo back. In TECH NEWS, Meta surprises, Intel disappoints, Snap's sales fall, Dropbox cuts headcount and Microsoft reflects. In RETAIL & CONSUMER-RELATED NEWS, Amazon shares jump, Primark has hopes for the high street, food inflation nears its peak, Unilever is in denial and we look at gambling developments. In INDIVIDUAL COMPANY NEWS, Deutsche does OK, Barclays' profits hit a high and we look at EV safety, car charging and e-fuel as Eli Lilly has some gut-busting news. AND FINALLY, I bring you a very weird café...
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