Thursday 02/12/21

In MACRO, MARKETS & ENERGY NEWS, the OECD gets downbeat on Omicron but upbeat on the UK and we see the world's first floating nuclear power plant, nuclear fusion (not fission), Drax moving to biomass and Nissan's solar farm. In CONSUMER TRENDS & RETAIL NEWS, UK house prices keep rising, household bills are set to rocket, car dealer Pendragon goes bananas, Selfridges looks set to change hands and Debenhams gets a new lease of life. In M&A AND IPO NEWS, Seedrs goes to an American buyer, Abrdn keeps shopping and LadBible gets set for a listing. In MISCELLANEOUS NEWS, Big Tech's protection comes under attack, Meta's crypto chief quits and Lithium shortages could cause problems for EVs. AND FINALLY, I bring you a couple of ways to open jars πŸ’ͺ and...battered pigs in blankets 😱 wha-----?!?


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