Thursday 25/01/24

In MACRO & ENERGY NEWS, China springs a surprise, Indonesia considers life without Widodo, Germany's nightmare is to continue, Orbán relents on Sweden's NATO application and English councils get thrown a bone while the IEA predicts record high nuke power generation and France pressures UK on nuke financing. In BUSINESS, EMPLOYMENT & CONSUMER TRENDS,UK business activity grows but UK factories cut production, the Bank of America gets feisty on WFH and the luxury sector gets divided while in the leisure sector, Wetherspoons wants more pubs while Revolution worries. In PLANES, TRAINS & AUTOMOBILES, EasyJet forecasts shrinking losses, Boeing's troubles continue, Eurostar passenger numbers return to pre-Covid levels and Tesla and Chinese EV makers suffer in a price war while UK auto lenders could be facing a massive bill. In TECH NEWS, ASML sees strong demand, Microsoft hits $3tn, Spotify wins against Apple and Computacenter keeps winning. AND FINALLY, I bring you a moment from the classic sitcom, The IT Crowd...

 


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