$RACE

Ferrari N.V.

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PRICE

$223.68 -

Extented Hours

VOLUME

372,259

DAY RANGE

223.68 - 227.04

52 WEEK

167.45 - 270.14

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@Mazi_P #PlutoTraders
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THIS ISNT A RACE

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**pkedrosky:** I see today that I came top quartile in my 15K weekend trail raceβ€”32nd overall out of 135 runners or soβ€”which was the objective. Didn't feel fantasticβ€”heavy legs from prior weekend's raceβ€”so I'll 100% take it. Small non-victory victories. It's an aging athlete thing, https://twitter.com/pkedrosky/status/1584936362725122048

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**Il presidente Brady parla del Tory Party Race. - DIRETTA**

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**pkedrosky:** My race today was weird. For instance: - Lots of people had horses, because after the run they were supposed to do the same route again, but riding a horse - The start got held up because three hunters in camouflage with rifles wanted pictures at start line https://twitter.com/pkedrosky/status/1581462340930719744

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**pkedrosky:** Hey, there's @dkedrosky completely dusting me at that line in trail race this time last year. https://t.co/Mpw35yBQsY https://twitter.com/pkedrosky/status/1580297159865298944

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**pkedrosky:** Start-time temperature will be around 12 C for my trail race this Saturday. In SoCal terms, that almost certainly means there will be people showing up in gloves and beanies, which is always amusing. https://twitter.com/pkedrosky/status/1579524543231975424

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**pkedrosky:** Of course, because I bore easily, next week during my current base-building block I have a short trail race, a much easier one than the last one. This one's a half marathon with 1,500 feet of climbing, most of which happens in a 5-mile stretch in the first half. Zen! https://t.co/xjkBCCOybD https://twitter.com/pkedrosky/status/1576312087604711424

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https://www.coindesk.com/markets/2022/09/29/first-mover-asia-iotas-shimmer-joins-the-race-to-become-the-next-big-blockchain-bitcoin-seesaws-before-holding-near-195k/?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=rss&utm_campaign=headlines

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@Esse #decarolis
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fino ad pra hanno alleggerito a piu non posso x fare posto IPO PORSCHE sempre che sia una casa automobilistica e non un bene di lusso.. tipo RACE

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**pkedrosky:** Action shot of me sucking wind in race other day, if anyone's into the pain thing. Stats: alt ~10,400', HR ~167, 7.5 miles down, 9 miles to go. https://t.co/Icr5fRIvyR https://twitter.com/pkedrosky/status/1574563117098356738

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**wallstreetmojo:** To be a champion.. It’s not about winning and losing; it’s about everyday hard work and thriving on a challenge..embracing the pain that you’ll experience at the end of a race and not being afraid. I think people think too hard and get afraid of a certain challenge-Summer Sanders https://twitter.com/wallstreetmojo/status/1573902365274488832

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**firoozye:** β€˜Confederates were traitors’: Ty Seidule on West Point, race and American history [when will Southerners renounce their middle names? Lots of use of β€œLee” in southern families. Both girls and boys. Just sayin’] https://t.co/H3LwULcklw https://twitter.com/firoozye/status/1573206654417600517

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@dros #droscrew
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LIZ TRUSS CONSIDERING FREEZING ENERGY BILLS FOR MILLIONS OF HOUSEHOLDS THIS WINTER IF SHE WINS THE UK CONSERVATIVE PARTY LEADERSHIP RACE- TELEGRAPH

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**pkedrosky:** Detailed heart-rate and pace data for @kilianj's UTMB-winning race. I disagree with much of the textual analysis, but the numbers are fascinating to look at, especially the consequences of time spent in high aerobic efforts. /v @hjluks /cc @codytownsend https://t.co/K5QWrQyfIC https://t.co/M8HtZO9aBk https://twitter.com/pkedrosky/status/1564646504102391808

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**conorsen:** We need some sort of macropolitical column about the SEC and Big Ten separating themselves from the field, the growing arms race between the two conferences, and the media rights dynamics: https://t.co/nid1OB8YA5 https://twitter.com/conorsen/status/1557038940863057924

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skg lagi race hike rate.. yg paling di untungkan usd. jadi jgn kaget klo efeknya gitu

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like nip said...this is not a race....it's a marathon πŸš€πŸš€πŸš€πŸš€

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By Marc Jones LONDON (Reuters) - European markets trimmed gains after the European Central Bank unveiled fresh measures on Wednesday to temper a market rout that has fanned fears of a new debt crisis before what is expected to be one of the sharpest U.S. rate hikes since 1994. Hopes of a quiet run in to what is forecast to be a three-quarter-point hike by the Federal Reserve later on Wednesday were quickly dashed as the ECB's unexpected meeting - less than week after its last scheduled one - prompted a rush of activity. The ECB said it would be flexible in reinvesting cash maturing from its recently-ended 1.7 trillion euro ($1.8 trillion) pandemic support scheme and would consider a fresh instrument to be devised by staff, disappointing some investors who were looking for bolder steps. The euro which was up as much as 0.3% before the statement, trimmed gains and was marginally weaker on the day at $1.0407 Italy's 10-year bond yield, which stands to benefit the most from the ECB's plans, was last down 25 basis points on the day at 3.97%, above its session low of around 3.87%. Spanish and Portuguese 10-year yields also came off their day's lows but were still sharply down on the day.. "I think essentially it is the bare minimum of what could be expected, but I also believe it's the most realistic outcome of what they could compromise (on) today," said Piet Christiansen, chief analyst at Danske Bank in Copenhagen. ) " onerror="this.style.display='none'" class="msg-img" /> INFLATION FEARS The worries about rising borrowing costs and global inflation have been hammering financial markets all year. World stocks are down over 20%, bond markets have been routed and fears that drastic Fed action could tip the world into recession means the U.S. central bank's moves later will be crucial for traders. Treasury yields had hit decade highs overnight and the dollar a 20-year peak as futures implied it was near-certain the Fed would hike by 75 basis points to a range of 1.50-1.75%. That would be the biggest increase since 1994, and markets already have rates reaching an eye-watering 3.75-4.0% by the end of the year. "Against a backdrop of sky-high inflation, rising rates, and growing recession concerns, the S&P 500 has had its worst start to the year since 1962," analysts at Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) said. "A likely coming peak in inflation is probably not sufficient to see the bottom..." They recommended that investors reduce portfolio duration and increase exposure to real assets. With so much priced in, a few brave investors, also buoyed by the ECB, were looking for bargains and S&P 500 futures were up 0.7%, while Nasdaq futures rose 0.75% and Dow futures added 0.4%. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was closing almost flat, but is down sharply on the week. Japan's Nikkei lost 1.1%, though sentiment was helped by a survey showing an improvement in confidence among Japanese manufacturers. Chinese shares bucked the trend with a gain of 1.3%. Data on Chinese retail sales and industrial output for May were a little better than forecast, but still showed the drag from coronavirus lockdowns. Authorities in Beijing said on Tuesday the city was in a "race against time" to get to grips with its most serious outbreak since the pandemic began. ) " onerror="this.style.display='none'" class="msg-img" /> WHATEVER IT TAKES 2.0? The ECB's move allowed bond markets everywhere to rally after their recent hammering, with German Bund yields swooping down to 1.67% and 10-year Treasury yields dropping to 3.37% from Tuesday's peak of 3.498%. Two-year yields stood at 3.30%, after touching the highest since 2007 at 3.456% overnight. Given many U.S. borrowing rates are linked to yields, financial conditions have already tightened markedly there even before the Fed hikes. ECB chief Christine Lagarde is due to speak in London at 1600 GMT. It is almost a decade since her predecessor Mario Draghi did the same at the height of the euro zone debt crisis. "I think Lagarde will try to do 'whatever it takes' 2.0 tonight" Lorenzo Codogno founder of LC Macro Advisers, said describing the current situation as a perfect storm. "But the markets won't be happy if she comes empty-handed." U.S. Treasury yields are the benchmark for bonds worldwide, so financial conditions are tightening pretty much everywhere. That is a major headwind for consumer spending power, while pressuring emerging market countries that borrow in dollars. It has also tended to boost the U.S. dollar, which had hit a 20-year high against a basket of currencies before the ECB's news, led by big gains on the low-yielding Japanese yen. The dollar flop in Europe left it trading at 134.5 yen, having reached heights last visited in 1998 at 135.60. Those gains had come as the Bank of Japan ramped up its bond buying to keep yields near zero, even as much of the rest of the world tightens policy. Still, the sheer pressure on the yen and bonds has stoked speculation the BOJ could be forced to amend its yield control policy at a meeting on Friday. Surging yields, inflation and a sky-high dollar have been a burden for gold, which was near its lowest in a month at $1,826 an ounce. [GOL/] Oil prices stumbled after the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) stuck to its forecast that world oil demand will exceed pre-pandemic levels in 2022. [O/R] Brent was almost a dollar softer at $120.60, while U.S. crude dipped $1.23 cents to $117.70 per barrel.

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By Wayne Cole SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian markets were in a pensive mood on Wednesday as shell-shocked investors waited to see just how aggressive the Federal Reserve would be on rates, with many fearing drastic action would risk tipping the world into recession. Treasury yields hit decade highs and the dollar a 20-year peak as futures implied it was near certain the Fed would hike by 75 basis points to a range of 1.50-1.75% later on Wednesday. That would be the biggest increase since 1994, and markets already have rates reaching an eye-watering 3.75-4.0% by the end of the year. "Against a backdrop of sky-high inflation, rising rates, and growing recession concerns, the S&P 500 has had its worst start to the year since 1962," noted analysts at Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS). "A likely coming peak in inflation is probably not sufficient to see the bottom, and that similar past drawdowns have only ended when the Fed has shifted towards easier policy." That could be some time away so they recommend investors reduce portfolio duration and increase exposure to real assets. With so much priced in, a few brave investors were looking for bargains and S&P 500 futures edged up 0.2%, while Nasdaq futures rose 0.3%. EUROSTOXX 50 futures added 0.2% and FTSE futures 0.1%. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan firmed 0.1%, but is down sharply on the week. Japan's Nikkei lost 1.0%, though sentiment was helped by a survey showing an improvement in confidence among Japanese manufacturers. Chinese shares bucked the trend with a gain of 2.4%. Data on Chinese retail sales and industrial output for May were a little better than forecast, but still showed the drag from coronavirus lockdowns. Authorities in Beijing warned on Tuesday that the city of 22 million was in a "race against time" to get to grips with its most serious outbreak since the pandemic began. DOLLAR HAS THE YIELD ADVANTAGE Bond markets tried to rally after their recent hammering, with 10-year Treasury yields dipping to 3.44% and away from Tuesday's peak of 3.498%. Two-year yields stood at 3.38%, after touching the highest since 2007 at 3.456% overnight. Given many U.S. borrowing rates are linked to yields, financial conditions have already tightened markedly there even before the Fed hikes. Treasury yields are also the benchmark for bonds across the globe, so financial conditions are tightening pretty much everywhere. That is a major headwind for consumer spending power, while pressuring emerging market countries that borrow in dollars. It has also tended to boost the U.S. dollar, which hit a 20-year high against a basket of currencies, led by big gains on the low-yielding Japanese yen. The dollar was trading at 135.07 yen, having reached heights last visited in 1998 at 135.60. The latest gains came as the Bank of Japan ramped up its bond buying to keep yields near zero, even as much of the rest of the world tightens policy. Still, the sheer pressure on the yen and bonds has stoked speculation the BOJ could be forced to amend its yield control policy at a meeting on Friday. The euro was holding on at $1.0425, not far from its May trough of $1.0348. The single currency has found some support from a hawkish turn by the European Central Bank, but is weighed by signs of stress in local bond markets. Yields for more indebted members, notably Italy, have climbed much more quickly than for Germany fanning worries about EU fragmentation. Surging yields and a sky-high dollar have been a burden for gold, which was near its lowest in a month at $1,814 an ounce. [GOL/] Oil prices edged up after the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) stuck to its forecast that world oil demand will exceed pre-pandemic levels in 2022. [O/R] Brent was 31 cents firmer at $121.48, while U.S. crude rose 30 cents to $119.23 per barrel.

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Coinbase Plays Web3 Card, BitMEX Launches Spot Trading in Race for New Customers and Revenues https://cryptonews.com/news/coinbase-plays-web3-card-bitmex-launches-spot-trading-in-race-for-new-customers-and-revenues.htm

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**@CNBC:** U.S., Europe race to improve food supply chains after India bans wheat exports https://t.co/IjmCjvehy8 https://twitter.com/CNBC/status/1526075779674689537

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I like $RACE here

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Ferrari gonna win F1 championship this year for sure > @dros said: 550 $RACE JUN2022 $210 Cs trade 8.22

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550 $RACE JUN2022 $210 Cs trade 8.22

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550 $RACE JUN2022 $210 Cs trade 8.22

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Coin Race: Best & Worst Cryptos in Red April https://cryptonews.com/news/coin-race-best-worst-cryptos-in-red-april.htm

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Another Bitcoin Solo Miner Wins the Block Race https://cryptonews.com/news/another-bitcoin-solo-miner-wins-the-block-race.htm

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Crypto Biz: The Web3 arms race is upon us, Apr. 14-20, 2022 https://cointelegraph.com/news/crypto-biz-the-web3-arms-race-is-upon-us-apr-14-20-2022

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By Toby Sterling AMSTERDAM (Reuters) -ASML Holding NV, a key supplier to computer chip makers, reported on Wednesday first-quarter sales of 3.5 billion euros ($3.8 billion) and net income of 695 million euros, slightly ahead of expectations. Bookings remain strong as customers race to increase capacity amid a global semiconductor shortage, said ASML, which is Europe's largest technology company by market capitalisation, at 226 billion euros. "We are working very, very hard to navigate all the supply chain issues that everyone is dealing with," chief financial officer Roger Dassen said in a statement. The company forecast second quarter sales of 5.1-5.3 billion euros and left a forecast for full year sales growth of 20% unchanged. Net bookings in the quarter were 7 billion euros. ASML is the dominant maker of lithography systems, and its machines are used to create the circuitry of most computer chips. Analysts had forecast net income of 621 million euros on revenue of 3.44 billion, according to Refinitiv data. In January, ASML forecast first-quarter sales of 3.3-3.5 billion euros. [L1N2TZ0CK] Dassen said full year gross margins might be closer to 52%, rather than the 53% the company forecast in January, in part due to rising labour, transport, energy and cost increases. ASML, which expects to catch up with its current order backlog only sometime in 2024, is taking steps to cut delivery times and increase productivity of its tools, even as it tries to expand production. Not included in first quarter sales were equipment worth about 2 billion euros that customers asked to have shipped immediately, before it was fully tested. Those deliveries cannot yet be booked as sales, but ASML expects to recognise that revenue over the coming quarters. Dassen said the company had received "multiple" orders for its next generation "EUV High NA" machine, which is still being developed. For the first time, there were makers of memory chips among such clients, he added. ASML's biggest customers are TSMC, Samsung (KS:005930) and Intel (NASDAQ:INTC), though memory chip makers SK Hynix and Micron (NASDAQ:MU) and all major chipmakers are also customers. The company has forecast average annual sales growth of 11% through 2030 as part of a structural increase in chip demand. Shares closed at 561.60 euros on Tuesday, down 21% for the year to date, though more than double their price in April 2020. ($1=0.9246 euros)

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The future of the internet: Inside the race for Web3’s infrastructure https://cointelegraph.com/news/the-future-of-the-internet-inside-the-race-for-web3-s-infrastructure

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**@Benioff:** β€œFew companies advocate as publicly for pay equality as Salesforce which has assessed pay for all of its employees to make up for any gender or race gaps, spending millions of dollars since 2015 in an effort to close them.” Join us @salesforcejobs. https://t.co/kBkhWTUcAq https://twitter.com/Benioff/status/1514901924864274436

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By Tom Westbrook SINGAPORE (Reuters) - World stocks were headed for a weekly loss on Friday as the prospect of aggressive global rate hikes finally began to rattle investors, while bonds languished and the dollar looked set to ride higher yields to its best week in a month. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was steady on Friday but facing a weekly loss of about 1.5%. Japan's Nikkei wobbled a little higher but remained on course for a weekly loss of nearly 2.6%. S&P 500 futures were flat while FTSE futures and EuroSTOXX 50 futures each rose about 0.8% as traders looked for markets in London and Europe to catch up with a modest Thursday bounce on Wall Street. A late rally had lifted U.S. indexes a little, but they are also all down for the week led by a 2.5% loss for the yield-sensitive Nasdaq as higher interest rates loom large. Federal Reserve minutes this week have confirmed policymakers are ready to hike quickly to curb inflation. A looming European embargo on Russian coal looks set to further exacerbate economic pain and price pressures, though it also carried Indonesian stocks to a record high in Jakarta, where coal exporters expect better prices. (SO) A tight French presidential race is adding to nerves amid a growing sense that financial markets are entering a new era. Rabobank researchers reckon demand falling away leaves equity markets akin to Wile E. Coyote: "Running in the air for several moments before plummeting off a cliff edge." Hike expectations in Canada, South Korea, Australia and New Zealand are also surging with inflation. In France, a victory for far-right leader Marine Le Pen over incumbent Emmanuel Macron, while still unlikely, is now within the margins of error, opinion polls show and the euro edged down to a one-month low of $1.0855 in the Asia session. In bond markets, long-end Treasuries have borne the brunt of this week's selling as traders see it hit hardest by the Fed cutting bond holdings. The benchmark 10-year Treasury yield is up 26 basis points (bps) to 2.6528% this week, and was steady in Asia trade on Friday. The 30-year yield is up 23 bps. The U.S. dollar has been the primary beneficiary and the dollar index, which measures the greenback against a basket of six major currencies is up seven days in a row and hit an almost two-year high of 99.914 on Friday. [FRX/] The stronger dollar, and an oil price easing with supplies being released from reserves, has also pulled commodity currencies off recent peaks and redoubled pressure on the struggling yen. Japan's currency is near its lowest levels in years and was battling at 123.97 per dollar. Brent crude futures were steady at $100.73 per barrel and U.S. crude futures held at $96.30. [O/R] There were also some brighter spots, with Australia's bank-and-miner heavy equity market hanging in for a steady week. "A higher rate environment that transpires through the hiking cycle will continue to benefit value vs. growth equities and provides a more constructive outlook for sectors like financials," said Clara Cheong, a Singapore-based strategist at J.P. Morgan Asset Management.

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The race for semiconductors: Are crypto miners taking the lion's share? https://cointelegraph.com/news/the-race-for-semiconductors-are-crypto-miners-taking-the-lion-s-share

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@andreaelle #decarolis
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ciao @Renato_Decarolis scusa dove vedi prima resistenza RACE, io direi intorno ai 220 mi confermi? o ne vedi altre ? GRZ

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Quick heads up for euro traders on the political risk ahead for the euro as we have the French Presidential elections on 10th April and if there is no overall winner (there usually isn't) a runoff will be held between the two top candidates on April 24th. So far euro has not been responding with the exception of some great moves in the euro commodity crosses while the eur/jpy has been moving higher as a result of the extreme weakness in the yen. One reason for the current lack of volatility is the expectation that Macron is likely to be re-elected which is positive for the euro. However, if he is run close in the first round and it becomes an uncertain race then all bets are off.

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@Esse #decarolis
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Sgomma race!

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slow and steady wins the race

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**@CNBC:** Before the pandemic, BioNTech was a small biotech company primarily focused on developing novel cancer treatments. Here's how BioNTech emerged as a powerhouse in the Covid vaccine race. Watch the full video here: https://t.co/7rlmGDS3MT https://t.co/pO0MLpeHGq https://twitter.com/CNBC/status/1501875513123606534

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**@Benzinga:** Apple Snags Documentary On The Life Of Lewis Hamilton β€” The Only Black Driver To Race Formula One Series $AAPLhttps://t.co/TB1fbO0wIv https://twitter.com/Benzinga/status/1501770958520029186

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**@howardlindzon:** Should I apply for Amazing Race with @rachellindzon https://twitter.com/howardlindzon/status/1501729191041110017

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@Esse #decarolis
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La notizia fi pagare in rublo non e bella x race

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Coin Race: Top Winners/Losers of February; Is Crypto Spring Coming? https://cryptonews.com/news/coin-race-top-winnerslosers-of-february-crypto-spring-coming.htm

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@netxpert #ivtrades
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don't want to undermine what's happening in Ukraine but all of a sudden it's like Ukrainian struggle against Russia is unprecedented, wow West truly is racist the whole freaking World is ignoring what rag tag Afghans & freedom fighters did against the Mighty USSR, what about Kosovo Bosnia. Oh yeah now I know none of them were blue eye, blonde white race.

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@Esse #decarolis
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Race. Chiude sui massimi. Molto bene

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$RACE verde

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@lucullus #droscrew
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Biden is a disgrace for staying in the race, he must know he is not what he was, and that was never much to be honest

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$race negativa!

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Market Cap

41.86 B

Beta

1.13

Avg. Volume

285.24 K

Shares Outstanding

184.75 M

Yield

0.60%

Public Float

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Next Earnings Date

2023-02-01

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Company Information

Ferrari S.p.A. is an Italian luxury sports car manufacturer based in Maranello, Italy. Founded by Enzo Ferrari in 1939 from the Alfa Romeo racing division as Auto Avio Costruzioni, the company built its first car in 1940, and produced its first Ferrari-badged car in 1947.

CEO: Louis Camilleri

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HQ: Via Abetone Inferione N. 4 Maranello, 41053 Modena

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