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The photograph accompanying this article shows a market in Helsinki, Finland, that was damaged by the California earthquakes in early 2017. The market is still open and in good condition, benefiting from the earthquakes in terms of increased sales.

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Question: Omxh25 helsinki finnish market good stock company that benefits of california earthquakes

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There is no one stock company that specifically benefits from California earthquakes. However, there are several sectors that may experience increased demand or business opportunities due to California earthquakes. These include: -Construction companies: Many construction companies may be called upon to repair damaged infrastructure. -Environmental protection companies: Companies involved in environmental protection may be able to provide services such as disaster relief, cleanup, and decontamination. -Insurance companies: Insurance companies may experience an increase in demand for their services, as many people will likely be looking to protect their property against earthquakes. -Geophysics companies: Companies that specialize in studying and understanding the earth’s seismic activity may experience an increase in demand. -Commodity traders: Commodity traders may benefit from potential spikes in prices of certain commodities, such as gold and oil, in response to the earthquake.

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Feb. 10, 2023, 9:25 a.m.

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Published: Friday, February 10, 2023

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