Italy Buy Now Pay Later Markets and Investment Opportunities Report 2021-2028 Featuring Klarna, Afterpay, ScalePay, Mash and Domec, Soisy, Moneymour

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The “Italy Buy Now Pay Later Business and Investment Opportunities (2019-2028) – 75+ KPIs on Buy Now Pay Later Trends by End-Use Sectors, Operational KPIs, Market Share, Retail Product Dynamics, and Consumer Demographics” report has been added to’s offering.

According to the Q2 2021 BNPL Survey, BNPL payment in the country is expected to grow by 67.7% on annual basis to reach US$ 2,907.9 million in 2021.

The growth of the BNPL model in Italy has been driven by the need for a more convenient and transparent alternative payment solution that can align with consumers’ evolving preferences in the country. The rising market opportunities have attracted a lot of deferred payment providers in the Italian market.

Along with homegrown BNPL companies such as Scalapay and

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Got $3,000? Buy These 3 Top Cloud Computing Stocks Right Now

The digital transformation in the business world was already well underway when 2020 began, but the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic led to a notable spike in the rate at which organizations adopted cloud computing. Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) was a pioneer in this tech realm, and its Amazon Web Services (AWS) is still winning the largest slice of the business in it with about a third of the cloud infrastructure market. But investors who focus narrowly on the market leader risk missing out on an ever-growing list of opportunities in this fast-growing sector.

The advent of the cloud has created a host of new opportunities, and the companies that are taking the best advantage of them can provide excellent long-term gains for savvy investors. Let’s consider a few of cloud computing’s biggest business segments, and the companies that are the clear winners in each area.

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3 Hot Stocks to Buy in February

With the potential for another big government stimulus package and investors worried about inflation and rising asset prices, lots of people are looking for smart places to put their money right now. Volatility stemming from coronavirus vaccine complications and the GameStop situation kicking off short-squeeze mania has made the outlook more complicated, and the S&P 500 index has now slipped into negative territory on the year.

However, there are still great stocks on the market with big room for growth, and consistent investors with a steady approach should be able to seize opportunities created by the uncertainty. With that in mind, read on for a look at three hot stocks that could deliver huge returns for shareholders over the long term. 

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1. Fiverr International

If you were starting a small business and wanted a logo made quickly and inexpensively, there’s a good chance you could find

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3 Top Mid-Cap Stocks to Buy Now

It’s easy for good opportunities in mid-cap stocks to go unnoticed by investors. Stocks with a market capitalization between $2 billion and $10 billion are sort of tweeners by definition. They often don’t get the attention in the press that the market giants get, and they also can be overlooked by investors searching the small-cap universe for the giants of tomorrow.

But the best mid-cap stocks are proven businesses on their way to becoming large companies. They’ve already graduated from small-company status. While they may still be prioritizing investment for growth over making profits, they usually have mature business models that savvy investors can recognize as winning formulas.

The three stocks below are established businesses that are performing well in today’s challenging business environment. One is a conservative choice and two are growing at breakneck speed, but all three are well positioned to succeed in 2021, regardless of the speed

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