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Here's what you need to know before markets open.

1. COVID-19 recovery concerns caused global stocks to wobble. Find out what markets are doing.

2. More than half of the UK's young investors trade crypto. A Charles Schwab UK survey raised concerns about risk-taking.

3. Netflix stock falls 8% after the company published its quarterly report. The video streaming service missed its subscriber-growth targets.

4. Healthcare stocks are the most shorted. An S&P Global Market Intelligence report says increasing regulatory scrutiny is a key factor in this.

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5. Lumber prices have soared by 230% in the last year. This is boosting timber and homebuilding ETFs.

6. Expected earnings. Verizon, the Nasdaq are set to publish data, Deutsche Börse announced results earlier today.

7. On the data docket. The UK's Consumer Price Index was released. The Bank of Canada is expected to release Consumer Price Index data, report on monetary policy and publish its interest rate decision.

8. The growth lead at crypto exchange Kraken explains how Gen Z and millennials are driving Dogecoin's explosive rally. Dan Held also breaks down how bitcoin's price could hit $1 million by the end of the year.

9. Goldman Sachs is searching for stocks that have immense upside potential heading into earnings season. The firm says to buy these 19 downtrodden stocks that have badly lagged the S&P 500 this year.

10. Six crypto experts break down what was behind bitcoin's weekend flash crash. They also share 7 charts and data points you need to watch when the price falls

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