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China population by age distribution in 2022
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Major credit card companies in the US
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Global Petrol Prices
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Global Petrol Prices as of November 2022
Source: Trading Economics
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Most popular social networks worldwide as of January 2022

Market leader Facebook was the first social network to surpass one billion registered accounts and currently sits at more than 2.89 billion monthly active users.


The company currently also owns four of the biggest social media platforms, all with over one billion monthly active users each: Facebook (core platform), WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, and Instagram. In the third quarter of 2021, Facebook reported over 3.58 billion monthly core Family product users.


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Social Media Privacy Concerns Grow For TikTok

There has been growing concerns regarding TikTok's privacy policy amongst US users, as shown by the latest spike in google searches on the topic.


This has coincided with a significant increase in potential legislation to restrict or outright ban the platform in the US.


Recently, TikTok has now been banned on government employee devices in South Dakota because the governor believes the social media app’s ownership by a Chinese company poses a national security threat.

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Ecommerce Holiday Revenue
Total consumer spend during the holiday season increased from $205 billion last year to $210 billion this year. Total online sales during this same period were $180 billion, with the majority of purchases coming from desktop computers vs mobile devices. Moreover, the conversion rate was over 2% higher on average for desktop computers vs mobile devices, and the average items per order was also significantly higher for the latter.