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.
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%.
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.
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.
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.