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Company profile

Big M Entertainment Corp, formerly HQ Global Education Inc., is a media company, which provides film and television production services. The Company’s products and services include film and television, producing, financing and optioning. It offers services and assistance to writers, producers, directors, editors and technicians to provide complete services and assistance at every phase of film and TV content creation, including concept development, writing, editing, cinematography, visual effects and post-production. It works on films of various budgets and sizes. It is also focused on online content and micro-budget film creation. Its projects are being created specifically for concurrent or integrated release both in theaters and for home viewing or on personal devices.

Closing Price
$0.0009
Day's Change
-0.0002 (-15.00%)
Bid
--
Ask
--
B/A Size
--
Day's High
0.001
Day's Low
0.0008
Volume
(Heavy Day)
Volume:
17,623,564

10-day average volume:
10,538,643
17,623,564

S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite book worst day in over 5 weeks as 30-year government bond yield surges

4:08 pm ET November 10, 2021 (MarketWatch)
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U.S. stocks skidded lower Wednesday, as a reading of consumer inflation rose in October to the highest level since 1990, at least partly driven by supply-chain disruptions in the wake of the COVID-19 pandmeic and strong consumer demand. The Nasdaq Composite Index fell 1.7% to 15,623, marking the sharpest one-day decline since Oct. 4 when the technology-laden index fell more than 2%. The S&P 500 index finished down 0.8% to 4,646, also representing the worst day since early October when it fell 1.3%. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed down 240 points, or 0.7%, at 36,080. The consumer-price index rose 0.9% in October, compared with economists' expectations for a rise of 0.6%. The core reading, which excludes volatile food and energy prices, rose 0.6% versus expectations for a 0.4% rise. Year over year, CPI rose 6.2%, a nearly 31-year high and more than triple the Federal Reserve's 2% target. In corporate news,Rivian Automotive Inc. made its debut on the Nasdaq Inc., surging nearly 30%. Moves in stocks were already tilting lower but losses accelerated after a weak auction of 30-year Treasury pushed the yield of the long bond up by the most since March 12, Dow Jones Market Data showed.

-Mark Decambre

	

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November 10, 2021 16:08 ET (21:08 GMT)

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