The Financial Mail on Sunday's Midas column touted shares of Supreme to its readers, telling them that the best still lay ahead for the discount retailer.
Government sources told The Times that soldiers would be put on notice to drive petrol tankers, amid panic buying by motorists that had seen most forecourts run dry. Military personnel were expected to have to help within days. The Petrol Retailers Association, which represents most petrol stations in the country, estimated that between and half to 90% of forecourts had run out of supplies. - Sunday Times.
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