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Economy & Politics

CIMA: postponement of the second phase of the capital increase of insurance companies

César Ekomié-Aféné, President of FANAF. Phew of relief for the insurance companies of the Inter-African Conference on Insurance Markets. The…

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CureVac share slightly up: The decisive phase begins – no US test subjects

After the significant consolidation of the last few days, the CureVac share seems to be on the brink of a…

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Markets

Facebook – Stable Sideways Phase – Columns

Friday, 12/11/2020 11:04 from onemarkets blog | Views: 199 Facebook has hit the headlines in the past few days for…

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Cryptocurrencies

JP Morgan thinks Bitcoin (BTC) may have entered a bullish phase – Cryptocurrencies

They will all end up kneeling in front of Bitcoin (BTC) – good kneeling maybe too strong : banks, governments…

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Markets

Sitka Gold: The hot phase has begun

Sitka Gold (CSE SIG / FSE 1RF) is a well diversified and funded gold explorer exploring multiple gold projects in…

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Brigadier Gold: The hot phase has begun! < CA1089093001>

The moment of truth is drawing near for the gold exploration company Brigadier Gold (WKN A2DNV3 / TSXV BRG). The…

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The OPEC fight for oil is entering a new phase

Opec is turning 60 and has to realign its strategy. Image: dpa The OPEC is looking for a reason to…

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Powercell share – what can happen here: Decisive chart phase – chart analysis

In terms of the chart, the Powercell share is disappointing: During the course of the day, the stock already reached…

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Alphabet shares: price fall interrupts rally phase – UBS column

Review: Alphabet stocks came under tremendous pressure in the past week, falling from a previously marked new all-time high of…

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Ballard Power share: the decisive phase has begun! – Chart analysis

First the good news about Ballard Power shares: The share price of the Canadian fuel cell group, which fell sharply…

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