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France wants to implement new regulation France is considering approving a new law preventing the exchange of a new mobile phone by telecommunications operators. The reason is to reduce the environmental impact caused by telecommunications equipment. French telecommunications operators such as Orange, Altice Europe, or Bouygues Telecoms are currently offering new customers a brand new […]

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German exports recorded significant growth Germany has recorded significant export growth due to growth in exports to China and the US, despite the extension of the lockdown in Germany aimed at suppressing several COVID-19 cases. The trade surplus of Europe’s largest economy has thus risen to €16.1 billion. According to the Federal Statistical Office, seasonally […]

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Hedge funds have a new target After a fight broke out in the market between David and Goliath on highly short-lived companies like GameStop or AMC, the fight shifted to Canadian oil miners. According to published data from the market regulator, hedge funds have increased their short positions in Canadian silver mining stocks while retail […]

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Transition to “green” loans The banking report published by the European Union aims to define sustainable investments to reduce “greenwashing.” However, better data published by companies are needed to achieve this goal. Rules defined as sustainable financing must meet the criteria for channelling cash to low-carbon projects to meet the block’s climate goals. A report […]

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Testimony of Janet Yellen Jane Yellen, Joe Biden’s US Presidential nominee, spoke at the Treasury Department. Its plan is for them to act on a large scale in the next package of coronavirus mitigation measures, but the benefits outweigh the costs of higher debt burdens. If elected finance minister, her finances would be to help […]

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Sentiment in the euro area is improving Investor’s sentiment is improving so outlook of the eurozone’s economic recovery is rising. This is indicated by the investor confidence index, which climbed to its highest level in almost a year in January due to optimism about the covid-19 vaccination. The Sentix survey rose to 1.3 from -2.7 […]

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The NYSE cancels plan to delist Chinese stocks The New York Stock Exchange on Tuesday cancelled a planned delisting of three Chinese state-owned telecommunications companies, reversing a decision enacted by Donald Trump, which referred to their connection to the Chinese military. The companies involved in the delisting were China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom. […]

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What to expect from the Brexit? An agreement between the EU and Britain was reached at the last minute on Christmas Day, and Britain will definitively end its alliance with the European Union from 2021. By the end of the year, it is still in the so-called transitional period, when it must comply with EU […]

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The US Congress has approved a new fiscal package The US Congress on Tuesday, December 22, 2020, approved a new fiscal package for $900 billion. Republicans who control the Senate almost unanimously approved legislation 92-6 after months of negotiations. This package was also linked to the Federal Government Financing Act. In the stock of the […]

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Will the EU divide technology monopolies? The EU has threatened to divide large technology companies if they repeatedly act anti-competitive. The EU’s goal is to combat unfair competition in the sector, and the Digital Services Act will force technology companies to take more responsibility for illegal behaviour on their platforms. After the EU publishes the […]

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