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Stock markets anticipate Biden's arrival at the White House with increases


European stock markets have seen moderate increases since early in the morning while all eyes are on Washington DC, where, in a few hours, Joe Biden will be sworn in as President of the United States. Markets are eagerly awaiting Biden's arrival at the White House, so

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Aclaris Therapeutics soars after promising study against rheumatoid arthritis


During the trading day yesterday, Aclaris Therapeutics’ stock shot upwards with a rise of more than 200%. It overcame the wide gap not only from its previous resistance level at $7.70 and its average of 200 periods in the weekly chart, but also saw it trading at

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Logitech raises its sales forecasts 60% and soars in the stock market


The shares of Logitech International register a rise of more than 5% in the pre-open of the market after revising up the growth of sales in 2021. Specifically, the PC peripherals company estimates growth in sales this year of between 57% to 60% and an increased quarte

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JP Morgan fuels rumours of a Cellnex purchase and raises the target price.


For some time now, the markets have wondered about the possibility that American Tower may purchase Cellnex, which specialises in the management of telecommunications towers. Now, some JP Morgan experts have hinted that there is an increased possibility that it may co

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This week the eyes of the market will be on the United States and the ECB meeting


This week begins with the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day holiday in the United States, US stock markets will be closed, therefore we will not have the ability to analyse the US markets. However, next Wednesday, January 20, the inauguration of Joe Biden as is eagerly anti

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