In MACRO, MARKETS & OIL NEWS, Turkey's Erdogan remains defiant, the Bank of England's Bailey pouts, New Zealand raises interest rates again, London attracts its first SPAC and big countries try to push the oil price down. In RETAIL NEWS, Best Buy and Dick's Sporting Goods show slowing online sales, Gap suffers supply chain-itis, Dollar Tree has to raise prices, AO World has another profit warning, M&S buys into Nobody's Child and Asda gets Rose. In POST-CORONATRENDS NEWS, HP benefits from office return, Compass does dark kitchens, M&C Saatchi gains confidence and Pret returns to pre-Covid levels . In MISCELLANEOUS NEWS, we look at e-trucks, car charging and Getir buying Weezy. AND FINALLY, I bring you a life hack and some interesting tech...
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