No matter what Trump wants, coal struggles

No matter what Trump wants, coal struggles

Posted on July 16, 2017
The US is quitting Paris Agreement and that became even more obvious after the G20 summit. But ever since Donald Trump’s original announcement of leaving the agreement, most coal companies are still falling. While renewable energy industry is on the surge.

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Cryptocurrencies come, volatility remains

Cryptocurrencies come, volatility remains

Posted on July 09, 2017
New cryptocurrencies come and go: the new kid on the block is Ethereum which has great success lately. But as popularity of these coins rise, some started to believe that a bubble is blowing. It sounds bad as volatility is still a huge problem for cryptocurrencies.

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China shares are now in MSCI

China shares are now in MSCI

Posted on July 02, 2017
After a long wait, MSCI Inc. included mainland China stocks in its indices. The step was expected as China has opened its markets for a while now, and many believed that MSCI’s decision is due. After the news of inclusion, Chinese stocks started to surge.

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Amazon is spending billions on groceries

Amazon is spending billions on groceries

Posted on June 25, 2017
Amazon is stepping up its game in the brick and mortar stores business: the e-commerce giant is buying Whole Foods Market Inc. They are spending $13.7 billion on the groceries company making this their biggest acquisition to date. Both companies’ shares started to surge after the announcement while competitors took a serious hit.

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Worst case scenario for UK

Worst case scenario for UK

Posted on June 18, 2017
British markets became even more volatile as Theresa May’s plan to strengthen herself on snap elections failed. In our analysis last week, we expected that further uncertainty may come in the UK but this is probably the worst-case scenario before the Brexit talks.

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