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E The Case Of Justified Monopoly - Google's Antitrust Lawsuit
Monopolies are the scourge of capitalism. But what if it's justified by consumers themselves?
E Nigerian Stock Market Overview 2020
Nigeria was one of the hardest-hit economies in 2020, but some of its companies have managed to rally.
E Traders From The UAE Investing The Most
The predominantly Muslim country transcends cultural barriers of speculation and comes up on top with trading volumes.
E South Africa Could Face Hardship In 20-30 Years Due To Low Retirement Preparedness
Recently there have been important changes in the rates of retirement in South Africa. A surprise for most economists as SA ranks highest in the investment culture in Africa.
E China Officially Allows Ant Group To Launch $35 Billion IPO
The giant Chinese fintech company Ant Group has finally attracted the attention of regulators. This might be the biggest market-grab in the last couple of years.
E How Far Can Inflation Go?
2020 has shown us unprecedented inflation rates, but how far can it go?
E Bank Of Thailand Promises Improvement In 2021 Q2
The BoT has come out with an announcement stating that the local economy will finally start to uptick in the second quarter of the next fiscal year. More than 9 months to finally see some growth.
E Best-Performing Currencies In 2020
For everyone who takes part in the trading industry, keeping pace with the latest trends of the currency market is of vital importance.
E The Economic Potential Of Cameroon And Its Future
Despite the unresolved political upheaval and security difficulties facing the country, The economy of Cameroon had a 4.1% growth rate in 2019 as a result of growth in consumption, a dynamic tertiary sector, and growth in investment.
E UK Unemployment Rises As More Lay-Offs Are Announced
The increased unemployment rate is one of the most concerning matters in the United Kingdom today. COVID-19 had a huge impact on employees all over the world and British workers are among those who still try to recover but without any real hope.
E Norway's Attempts At Diversifying The Economy - Results In 2020
Years of attempting balance but all for naught? There have been a lot of ups and downs in the history of Norway’s economy. In general, the country has a relatively stable economy with a large state sector and a vibrant private sector.
E Regulation Is The Biggest Concern For Financial Companies Moving Into Africa
There was a time when the whole continent of Africa was considered one of the best places for doing business. Now, it's not the abundance of regulation, but the lack of resources to enforce it.
E Top 5 Best Performing African Stocks In 2020
Despite JSE lows recorded in March, let’s examine 5 top African stocks in 2020 on the JSE Top 40 Index – as far as the market cap. 
E Hitting The Rock Bottom - What Does The Future Hold For The US Dollar?
Elections, pandemic, hurricanes, wildfires and trade wars. What else can the world throw at the USD?
E USD Pegging - How The Thai Baht Prove It's A Bad Idea
Because of the depreciation of the Thai baht, a huge part of East Asian currencies fell by as much as 38%. Worldwide stocks additionally declined as much as 60%.
E Vegas Stocks Are On Their Way Out And Here’s Why
Vegas is transferring it's "Gambling Mecca" title to the East.
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