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Chinese Nationalism and Global Brands
How was Chinese nationalism able to throw powerhouse brands such as Nike, Adidas, and Nestle off their balance so easily? This article will dive into how things worked within the Chinese economy throughout the decades, crossing paths with the emergence of Western brands.
Could a Big Mac Meal Measure the Value of Currencies?
Have you ever thought it possible for the value of your country's currency to be measured in relation to a burger sandwich? Or for it to indicate your nation's Net National Income (NNI)? In this article, we will take a closer look at the Big Mac Index, the most comical indicator in the realm of financial markets.
What if there was Only One Currency?
There are 180 official currencies in the world used by people to fulfill their financial transactions. But why don’t we have one currency only? Read this article to find out what would be the pros and cons of adopting one global currency.
From Streaming to Gaming: Will Netflix Win the Gaming Race?
With its latest announcement of acquiring Hextech Mayhem, Netflix confirms once again that its venture into the gaming industry is no laughing matter. Read on for a quick outlook into Netflix's efforts in this field.
What are Market Bubbles?
Bubbles are market phenomena that can set fear in the hearts of the most experienced and knowledgeable traders. Bubbles also happen to be innate to the modern economic system. Read on to have a deeper understanding of them.
El Niño and La Niña: Two Natural Events Affecting the Market
El Niño and La Niña are two of the most influential non-market factors largely affecting financial markets and the global economy, yet few traders pay them attention. Read this article to know more about the natural events forcing markets to play on their terms.
The Great Resignation: Why Do Many Quit Their Jobs During COVID-19?
The most unexpected turn of events during the pandemic was probably people quitting their jobs en masse while the world was going through a global economic crisis with unprecedented inflation rates, leading to “The Great Resignation”. Read more to know more about the repercussions of it.
Is the Metaverse Here Yet?
The term Metaverse is not new as it was first incepted in 1992, but the interest around it has been recently reignited with Facebook changing its name to Meta, declaring itself a forerunner in enabling a Metaverse awakening. Read this blog to know more about how Metaverse could change our lives.