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Micron Technology announces excellent quarterly results


After the yesterday’s trading day close, Micron Technology announced its quarterly results as being far better than expected, with a profit per share of $ 0.78 and a turnover of more than 5.77 billion dollars, following in the wake of other technology companies

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European stock markets fall mid-trading day due to uncertainty


The main European indices began today's trading day on a high for the second day in a row, in anticipation of a new stimulus package in the US and the approval of a second vaccine against the Covid-19 from Moderna. However, in the middle of the trading day, the stock

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Wall Street maintains the bullish pulse despite the assault on the Capitol


If last year began with warlike tensions between the US and Iran which set the stage for a historically anxious and turbulent year, 2021 is not being left behind, as yesterday's events will go down in history.

Tensions in the US reached new heights with the assault b

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Wall Street Reacts to Anticipated Democrat Victory


US Democratic Senate candidate, Raphael Warnock, has been projected to win the first of two closely contested Senate races in Georgia.

Joe Biden’s control of the Senate, and with it the ability to govern with less opposition, for the next two years still depend

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Investment manager shorts GBP on post-Brexit deal! What’s next?


Allianz Global Investors has initiated short positions in the British pound against the euro, following other asset managers who are turning pessimistic on the prospects of the UK economy. 

The currency has been the worst performer among the G10 so far this year

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