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100 brand new stocks and ETFs are here
In this week’s drop, we’re pleased to add some huge companies from Northeast Asia which are listed on the New York Stock Exchange:
American media giants
The iconic news publisher, The New York Times, is now on your Freetrade app. A decorated newspaper with a record 130 Pulitzer Prizes, the Times has forged a successful subscription model in recent years as it adapts to life as a digital-first publisher.
Elsewhere in publishing, and there’s a good chance your first port of call for a new website domain may be GoDaddy. The internet domain registrar went public in 2015 and investors have gone ‘$GDDY’ as the stock has surged from around $20 to $70 in five years.
Other notable additions
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