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Technology stocks demonstrate their strength, the advantages of the stock market

Once again, it’s the tech giants that are setting the pace in the stock market. When US streaming giant Netflix returned in force with 13.1 million more paying subscribers in the latest quarter, Wall Street cheered, sending shares 12% higher than before its announcement. As ASML Holding, a major supplier to semiconductor makers, reported better-than-expected […]

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Tech stocks are showing strength, the European stock market is rising and so is Wall Street

The Paris stock market, like other European markets, is advancing this Wednesday, and Wall Street should follow suit, fueled by an avalanche of positive results from technology companies that reinforce the image of the sector in great shape. Around 3:45 p.m., the Cac 40 gained 0.88% to 7,453.3 points on a trading volume of 1.1

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The technology sector moves European markets, Netflix gains almost 10% in pre-market trading in New York

The Paris stock market, like other European markets, is in good shape this Wednesday, helped in its recovery by the growing opening that is looming on Wall Street and the progress of major technology companies after solid results. The mid-session Cac 40 gained 0.8% to 7,448 points on trading volume of 750 million euros. London’s

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China announced the biggest reduction in bank reserves since 2021

BEIJING, Jan 24 (Reuters) – China’s central bank will cut banks’ minimum reserve requirements from Feb. 5, the first such move in 2024, as policymakers continue efforts to support the economy. People’s Bank of China (PBOC) Governor Pan Gongsheng said at a press conference in Beijing on Wednesday that the bank would cut the minimum

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A torn-off door on an Alaska Airlines flight: with Kayak, you can now rule out travel on the Boeing 737 MAX

A torn-off door on an Alaska Airlines flight: with Kayak, you can now rule out travel on the Boeing 737 MAX

Boeing is definitely in turmoil at the start of the year. This was mainly due to a major incident that occurred on January 6th during an Alaska Airlines flight. Shortly after take-off, the doors of the Boeing 737 Max were torn off and the passengers were scared to death. The 737 MAX 9’s two biggest

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Cac 40 maintains bullish course following Eurozone activity indicators sanctioned by Alstom after publication

The Paris Stock Exchange erased its decline from the previous day and was inspired by new highs reached by the S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 in the close. But as John Plassard de Mirabaud writes: “ the temptation to “withdraw” from the markets » could rise among investors on the eve of the European Central

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Roger Federer's image damaged in Switzerland?  The edges of his sneaker brand are controversial

Roger Federer’s image damaged in Switzerland? The edges of his sneaker brand are controversial

Edges sports shoe brand On Runningsold as sneakers Roger Federerhave been making waves in Switzerland since the consumer magazine reveal the difference between their buying price in Vietnam and selling prices in Switzerland. Swiss magazine Ktipp published a survey last week that checked the customs records of around thirty models to compare them with the

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