Finn is a postgraduate student studying finance at the London School of Economics, having studied economics and maths at Manchester University. When he's not reading the latest market news, he likes going to the gym and playing golf at the weekend.
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AMC Entertainment Shares surpassed $50 last week to be up more than 2,000% this year, replacing GameStop as Reddit investors most beloved meme stock.
Coinbase became the first major cryptocurrency exchange to go public via a direct listing on the Nasdaq yesterday. The listing is seen as another large moment in the growth of the cryptocurrency industry and the adoption of digital currencies.
Volkswagen's share price rocketed, with an ambitious future plan announced.
Shares in Chinese car maker NIO have cooled off during the past two months and slid further downward today, closing at $43.29, after larger than expected losses in Q4 of 2020.
Shares in Walt Disney Co. led the charge as the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 0.09% on what was a mixed day of trading to start the week.
News of Microsoft's interest in acquiring the $51bn company Pinterest is another signal of the Tech Giant's intent to build its social media presence.
Brokerage firm Robinhood came under intense scrutiny on Thursday after suspending buy orders on soaring stocks like GameStop, AMC and others. However, the firm announced it would reinstate trading on Friday after securing $1bn (£730m) funding in a week like no other on Wall Street.
Video games retailer, GameStop, has become one of the hottest stocks in 2021, having found itself at the centre of a David and Goliath style battle between Wall Street and retail investors.
Netflix shares soared 16.85% on the news to a new all-time high of $586.34, despite the company missing earnings estimates, bringing the company's total subscribers to 200 million for the first time.
Deutsche Bank recently selected Uber Technologies as one of its 'top picks' for 2021, whilst simultaneously raising its price target for the American company from $54 (£40) to $80 (£59).