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    Chinas education stocks tumble amid new sweeping rules in private tutoring
    Beijing continues to curb the power of its domestic powerful corporations. The leeway such giants as Didi and Alibaba used to enjoy seems to have come to an end. However, the local authorities have gone one step further. This time, they have cracked down on its after-school tutoring sector.
    China has unveiled an overhaul of its $100 billion education tech sector. The government is planning to ask its national tutoring firms to turn non-profit .
    Thus, the country is about to ban companies that teach the school curriculum from raising money via listings or other capital-related activities. Besides, they could be forbidden from being sold to firms whose shares are traded on stock exchanges. Investments from third-party firms may also be prohibited. Furthermore, the authorities are considering a ban on foreign capital.
    There are also a whole bunch of new rules. However, they are still under consideration and may well be changed. Nevertheless, most Chinese tutoring stocks have already lost almost half of their value.
    The crackdown with new rules and investigations has wiped billions of dollars from Chinese stock markets. Thus, Hong Kong's benchmark Hang Seng Index reached its lowest close since last November, retreating by more than 10% in three days. For now, only local markets are suffering losses. However, a chain reaction that may affect global markets cannot be excluded.

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    Moodys estimates pandemic impact on different countries
    The coronavirus outbreak has delivered a severe blow to various economies worldwide. It has been a year already. The recovery seems inevitable and many countries have even declared victory over the deadly virus. However, it was rather premature. The virus is evolving and far more dangerous variants are now posing a threat to smooth and quick economic revival. Yet, the created vaccines and restrictive measures have proven to be an efficient weapon against the virus. Some countries use it far more successfully than others.
    Moodys has recently made research where it indicated countries more resilient to new coronavirus threats. First thing first, the agency stresses that states with high vaccination rates and introduced stimulus measures are more likely to escape the calamity of the coronavirus crisis. At the same time, countries that are highly dependent on individual sectors such as tourism will face significant difficulties.
    According to Moody's, countries with emerging economies are the most vulnerable to the negative consequences of the coronavirus crisis. States with a high debt burden, e.g. Sri Lanka, Suriname, Laos, India, Tunisia, and Peru are likely to leak the wounds far longer than others.
    The US, China, and EU countries are dealing with the pandemic quite well. Yet, their response was rather slow. It took far more time for them to tackle the virus. So, their approach can hardly be called effective.
    Such countries as South Korea, China, and Singapore battled the coronavirus more efficiently. Strict quarantine restrictions at the very first stage allowed hospitals to cope better with the virus.
    In addition, Moodys estimated pandemic impact on Russia, Mexico, Brazil, and Australia as moderate.

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    Oil prices to top $100 per barrel
    After one of the most troubling and volatile years ever experienced by oil markets, prices saw a real roller-coaster in 2020. However, OPEC watchfully monitors the situation in the commodity market, not allowing oil prices to fall too deep or rise too high. Some experts think that even if the cartel decides to increase oil output by the end of the year, the shortage of oil will still be a problem. Hence, prices will remain high. Of course, oil prices will sooner or later slip into a correction. They can also be volatile as much as they were in July. Nevertheless, all these factors do not undermine the general uptrend.
    BofA Global Research analysts advise investors to use the correction of the oil market as an opportunity for making a solid profit. BofA does not change its forecast and still expects that Brent crude will certainly rise to $100 per barrel next year.
    This year, the average oil price is projected to equal $68 per barrel. However, the bank is certain that in 2022, Brent futures will cost an average of $75 per barrel.
    Additionally, the average price of WTI crude is expected to total $ 65 per barrel in 2021 and next year it may reach $71.
    According to BofA, the global oil shortage will be at the level of 1.4 million barrels per day this year. In 2022, the same indicator could total 400,000 barrels.
    OPEC members believe that by the end of this year, demand for oil will grow by as much as 5 million barrels per day compared to the crisis year of 2020. In 2022, demand will be 4% higher than this year, reaching 28 million barrels per day. Such figures are given in the July report.
    It is also stated that the year 2022 will be the most crucial year for the energy market as demand is projected to recover to the levels of 2019 next year.

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