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    Streaming Market Set to Become Major in 2021

    Since sources of entertainment are limited, streaming has become the main source of entertainment in many countries in the world.
    Why GameStop’s stock surge is shaking Wall Street

    Millennials have decided to bet on GameStop, a dying share on the markets, in order to counter predict Wall Street analysts.
    Water Is now Listed On The Nasdaq

    Water is now a market value traded and sold on the Chicago Stock Exchange via Nasdaq NQH20. It should become one of the trendiest stock in 2021.
    S&P Completion Index Was Up 30% in 2020

    S&P Completion is a new index launched under-the-radar by Standard and Poor’s. It went up 30% in 2020.
    Copper had an exceptional year in 2020.

    While traditional markets have been in turmoil, precious metals have shown strong signs of growth, copper in particular. 2021 should be even better.
    Fall of e-commerce giant Alibaba

    The giant Alibaba finds itself in turmoil after a state investigation opened on December 24, making Jack Ma's fortune plunge and shares drop.
    Will the vaccine save tourism in 2021?

    As COVID-19 crushed the tourism industry, the arrival of a vaccine is likely to restore investors’ confidence and tourism experts.
    British Pound Is Facing Historical Challenges

    A New COVID strain discovered in the UK has worsened the British Pound value with only ten days remaining before the end of Brexit talks.
    Apple iPhone’s Production Set to Increase In 2021

    With COVID continuing to last for at least the first semester of 2021, smartphone usage is set to go up, Apple will increase its iPhone production by 30%.
    Big US tech stocks emerge as 2020 winners

    Big Tech show breaking-record numbers during pandemic Facebook, Google, Amazon, Netflix and Disney+ are leading.