In COMMODITIES NEWS, oil majors put targets on themselves and central banks buy gold. In CONSUMER & RETAIL NEWS, shop prices rise, WFH jobs get rarer and house prices weaken while Ocado gets a boost, Morrisons shuts McColl's stores and Made.com brings in the administrators. In CAR-RELATED NEWS, Toyota's profits plummet, Bentley sees record profits and the Britishvolt saga continues. In MISCELLANEOUS NEWS, Johnson & Johnson buys Abiomed for $16.6bn, Pfizer gets more upbeat and Uber beats pre-pandemic numbers. AND FINALLY, I bring you an unusual sight (and a bit of music)...
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