It was a week when all the talk was of tomorrow, when we can say ‘cheers’ semi-properly, seated outside a pub and obeying all the rules. We don’t need to eat a substantial meal, but if we do, we might want to bring our own ketchup. There’s an extra point for spotting Boris Johnson, two for seeing David Cameron and five if he’s accompanied by Rishi Sunak. All this didn’t stop AstraZeneca having another miserable week but, according to Edison’s latest sector review, the end of lockdown bodes well for a COVID-19 recovery in the leisure industry.
TOASTING THOSE WE OWE
We were upbeat about markets, with only yesterday ruining a potential clean sweep of daily trading day gains to the FTSE All-Share Index. JP Morgan’s CEO said the US was on the edge of a ‘Goldilocks moment,’ entering a post-COVID-19 boom. Physicists were ‘over the muon’ after discovering a new force of nature when experimenting with a subatomic particle.
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