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New research has found that 62% of people feel they will have to cut back on food spending over the coming year in response to sharp price rises, while 53% of people worry they will be unable to pay higher energy bills. | The findings are part of the latest in the Permanent TSB research series called Reflecting Ireland, which show consumer confidence falling as attitudes to personal circumstances and the economy are deteriorating. It found the increases in the cost of living are now the dominant issue among 81% of consumers - up from 62% just three months ago. | Dell Technologies has beaten Wall Street estimates for quarterly profit and revenue, as enterprises invested heavily in the company's desktops and laptops to support hybrid work. Dell's shares rose about 7% in extended trading as the PC maker forecast current-quarter revenue and profit above analysts' expectations. | Billionaire Elon Musk was sued by Twitter investors claiming he manipulated the company's stock price downward, as the chief executive of electric carmaker Tesla mounts a $44 billion takeover bid for the social media platform. | The investors said Musk saved himself $156m by failing to disclose that he had purchased more than 5% of Twitter by March 14. They asked to be certified as a class and to be awarded an unspecified amount of punitive and compensatory damages. | Oil prices dipped today but stayed near a two-month high, with Brent crude on track for its biggest weekly jump in one and a half months. Prices are also being supported by the prospect of an EU ban on Russian oil and the upcoming US summer driving season. |||