Looking for chip dominance

By: Miguel A. Rodriguez

11:38, 07 October 2021

London IPO activity has smashed new records and already outpaced last year
  • Samsung's 3-nanometer chip manufacturing technology is late, but the company also announced its more advanced 2nm successor will arrive in 2025
  • London has retained its dominance as the most attractive European IPO venue by funds raised in the third quarter, continuing the deal momentum witnessed in the previous two quarters and reaching new record highs
  • Indian cryptocurrency exchange CoinSwitch Kuber said it had raised over $260 million at a valuation of $1.9 billion, underscoring the rise in popularity of crypto trading in the country even as government policy remains unclear
  • #BTCUSD exploded 6.3%
  • #EURUSD fell 0.3%

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