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Gamestop ‘meme’ stock sees surge after cryptic social media post

By France24
14 May 2024   |   10:28 am
US video game retailer Gamestop closed trading 75 percent higher on Monday after investors boosted its shares following a social media post by Keith Patrick Gill, also known as "Roaring Kitty" on X. In this edition, we take a look at why Gamestop was the recipient of a previous social media-fuelled boom in 2020 and what's behind this latest move. Also, OpenAI has launched an updated ChatGPT which includes a hyper-realistic voice assistant.

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