Monthly Archives: June 2021

Morgan Stanley acknowledges Tesla’s tendency to attract exaggerated media coverage

In a recent note on Tesla’s future in China, Morgan Stanley (MS) acknowledged the company’s tendency to attract exaggerated media coverage. The investment bank shared some insights from its China Autos and Auto team in a note on the U.S. electric vehicle company. Morgan Stanley’s Chinese team pointed out that …

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Market Trend ‘Meme’ Around AMC, GameStop May Be More Persistent Than You Think, Report Says

Do you think stock market investing is a fad? Think again. That is, at least, according to a new report from financial consulting firm Betterment. About 97% of people polled in a recent survey conducted by the digital investment adviser, who said they invested in stocks primarily motivated by social …

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But can the trend of growth reappear? – Own Snap

Over the past month, Tattooed Chef (TTCF) stock has been increased by 20%, due to successfully reported income in early May. In other words, the stock went from $ 16 to almost $ 24; however, it seems that such a trend has ended. Yesterday the stock price fell 2.15% but …

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Stocks fall due to trend of investors reserving profits

The stock market fell today as investors looked to profit and the sharp price declines were seen in high-profile insurance stocks. The DSEX, the benchmark index of the Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE), lost 30.58 points, or 0.50%, to 6,036. For all the latest news, follow the Daily Star’s Google News …

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Nigeria: #twitterban – Buhari attacks civic space and shows dictatorial tendency – Soyinka, PDP, others

“The regime led by Buhari has consistently demonstrated its lack of temperament and intellectual capacity to rule a modern democracy where dissenting voices count.” The Muhamamdu Buhari administration’s ban on Twitter is a restriction on freedom of expression and further shrinks Nigeria’s civic space, activists and opposition political parties have …

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#Twitterban: Buhari represses civic space, shows dictatorial tendency

The ban on Twitter by Muhammadu Buhari’s administration is a restriction on freedom of expression and further shrinks Nigeria’s civic space, activists and opposition political parties have said. PREMIUM TIMES reported how the Nigerian government announced on Friday that it was suspending the social media giant’s activities in Nigeria. The …

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