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Big fine for Google Regulator in France during Tuesday announced that Google should pay 593-million fine for failing to negotiate “in good faith” with media companies. Company’s failure is dedicated to the use of their content under EU copyright rules. The reason was that Google has been showing content as articles, pictures and videos created […]

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Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates are in the boxing ring OPEC+ announced that it quits on a production deal. Problem between the long-time allies saw WTI crude soar another 2% to near $77/bbl, further squeezing an already tight oil market and raising concerns over inflation.[1] OPEC and its allies could not agree and make […]

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G-20 to approve a global tax agreement The G-20 wants to approve the OECD agreement on a global minimum corporate tax. The approval should take place on July 9-10. World’s financial leaders are also calling for the completion of technical work to be done, so a framework of the two pillars can be implemented by […]

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Asian shares were mostly higher Technological gigants helped to index S&P 500 to gain another record high.* After index S&P 500 close at new record are asian shares, and also world shares rasing up. Investors in Shanghai and Honkong watched developments following reports of a possible leak at the Taishan Nuclear Power Plant in Guangdong […]

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The problem in the Indian factory The Renault-Nissan car factory resumed operations last week after workers went on strike due to the danger of a growing number of coronavirus infections at the factory. In response to the problem, the Indian company Renault-Nissan is asking the Tamil Nadu government to recommend appropriate distance measures based on […]

The wood boom

The whole commodity market is currently recording significant growth. Futures contracts for oil, copper, maize, soybeans and energy are currently about twice as high as in 2020. However, looking at lumber of random length, we can observe the fourfold growth in futures expiring in July 2021 on a year-on-year basis. Factors influencing the growth of […]

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The slowdown of China The latest analysis of the well-known French investment bank Natixis dealt with the development of the Chinese economy and the impact on the entire global economy. While there is a short-term boom in China, in the longer-term Natixis expects a slowdown and this could affect many markets and sectors.* Natixis predicts […]

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Slowing of purchases of ETF funds by the Central Bank of Japan The Bank of Japan (BOJ) considers restricting purchases of exchange-traded funds (ETFs). The reason is the current calm environment in the markets, which foreshadows that purchases can be limited to prevent the largest possible increase in its shares in companies. “It is important […]

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South Korea has announced the effectiveness of coronavirus vaccines South Korea has announced the effectiveness of vaccines from AstraZeneca and Pfizer. According to the report, the AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine has 86.6% effectiveness in preventing infection among people aged 60 years and older. Data from the Korean Agency for Disease Control and Prevention (KDCA) showed that […]

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Australian regulator warns against trading forums The Australian Securities Regulatory Authority has called for the investigation of stock trading internet forums and the possibility of “pump and dump” fraud on their platforms. Such a step means growing control of the investment subculture, which grew sharply during the pandemic. The initiative of the Australian Securities and […]

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