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Covid and the lockout have left supermarkets and stores closed for a long time in many places. At the same time, online commerce has been beneficial. Almost all restrictions are now being lifted around the world and cafes and supermarkets are full of life. There are good reasons to take a closer look at online retailers and what the future prospects are for the industry.
At the beginning of the year, most Corona winners suffered heavy losses. Shares in the mail order company HelloFresh from the highest level in 2021. August. fell more than 60 percent. The share of Westwing, an online furniture and home decoration supplier, was expected to fall by 70 percent in less than a year. As a result, many e-commerce stocks are cheaper for investors than they have been for a long time. You can find out if they are worth the investment or whether traders should get their hands off them B2B seminar today at 11 p.m..
Emerging economies are making particularly rapid progress due to the corona pandemic and related changes in consumer behavior. There are clear growth trends in areas such as e-commerce, health and e-commerce. learning. Demand is increasingly being met by local businesses. These companies have invested heavily in research and development and are leaders in areas such as alternative energy, autonomous mobility and the Internet of Things. Investment professional David Lump of HANetf responds B2B seminar today from 11 a.m. your questions and returns exceptional view of emerging markets.
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David Lump works in the field of sales for HANetf, a supplier of innovative ETFs in the field of white label, and is responsible for the DACH region. He has many years of experience in the financial sector, focusing on the sale of ETFs and equity products. Prior to joining HANetf, Mr Lump held various positions at Socit Generale, Jefferies, UBS and Deutsche Börse.
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