Finance

Eurobonds: strife in the union

From the moment the first coronavirus cases where reported in the Chinese city of Wuhan, many realized that its impact on the world’s economy would be astronomical. Some warned their respective countries – few warnings were heeded, but they were proven right by the rapid and uncontrolled expansion of the virus worldwide. Most states were
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Technology Companies: The Next Global Financial Crisis?

Technology companies are reaching a debt level that can wreak financial havoc in the global market sooner or later.

Over the last two decades, technologies have become the most profitable industry in the world, but still the least regulated. For instance, Apple reached a market capitalization of $1.16 trillion, becoming the world’s most valuable publicly-traded company, gaining 65% in 2019; however, policy proposals to regulate big techs are not as strict as in other
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Netflix and Chill

As the sunny days in Amsterdam are slowly drifting away (in case you were lucky to see those), the demand for a comforting cup of hot chocolate and a nice evening watch is on the rise. In case you are the kind of person that freerides on your friend’s Netflix account, the Apple-TV launch may
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