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Starbucks might be one of the most popular American companies in the world for its coffee, but it might become even more famous in the political landscape as its ex-CEO, Howard Schultz, announced last he will run for 2020.

On January 21st, the United States will enter its second month into the longest shutdown of the country, facing a possible national emergency. 

After three months of tariffs imposed on a total than more $300 million of good the United States and the Popular Republic of China have agreed to meet this week.
Apple Store and iPhone history

Apple, once the biggest smartphone manufacturer in the world might face some hard times this year as its weak results, publicly shared a few weeks ago, shocked the public eye. Since October, Apple's stock has fallen 36%.
A man walks past an exchange bureau advertisement showing images of the US dollar in Cairo

After the Black Thursday in 1928, the world might have lived a "Black Christmas", experts report. On Christmas Eve, dollar fell 0.39% to 110.12 yen on Christmas Day, showing the lowest level since August 2018.
Business Stock Exchange Trading Concepts

January seems like a little agitated already... After the U.S dollar dropped dramatically on Christmas Eve, making the yen a strong currency to invest on, Japan's Nikkei has shown their lowest levels in 20 months. 
Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange

While the holiday season is traditionally a festive period for families, friends and a good push for the economy and consuming power in general, the markets were exceptionally grim. 
Bitcoin was among the many cryptocurrencies that experienced a widespread growth at the start of the week. (image: shutterstock.com)

The top 20 cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, Ethereum and DASH, all started the week with an increase in their prices, with a rise of between 1 and over 5 percent.
This is far from the first time the 88 year old investor has taken part in share repurchasing. (image: shutterstoco.com)

Warren Buffett bought back nearly $1 billion in Berkshire Hathaway shares at a time when it has been nearly a year since the company has acquired another business.
French President Macron seems to take advantage of the whole uncertain situation by making deals with major banks to transfer their offices to Paris’. “Make the Planet Great Again ?” (image: REUTERS/Ludovic Marin)

According to the Financial Times, Paris is the big trading winner in a post-Brexit Europe. While Emmanuel Macron organized a big meeting two weeks ago at the biggest start-up incubator Station F, it seems that tech companies are attracted by French tax reforms.