Anis Benabed – Doctoral School of Economics and International Business, Bucharest University of Economic Studies, 6 Romana square, Bucharest, Romania

Andreea Boeru – Doctoral School of Economics and International Business, Bucharest University of Economic Studies, 6 Romana square, Bucharest, Romania

Stock market;
Artificial intelligence;
Challenging business;
Business opportunities



This paper presents and describes the globalization-influenced stock market and business trends. Globalization introduces profound changes and challenges in development conditions. This pattern is mani­fested in the economic and business spheres. Indeed, Globalization dictates its laws, one of its fundamental characteristics is the internationalization of production, financial markets and the free movement of capital across na­tional borders.

As a methodology for this study, we reviewed the existing literature, which was the first step in our research and focused on data analysis as well. The results show that since artificial intelligence, businesses and the stock mar­ket are phenomena, elements and some of the results of Globalization, we found out that all of them are connected, especially after the appearance and integration of digitalization that facilitates more opportunities be­tween the traders and the stock market.

The conclusions show that in stages of globalization, the growth of artificial intelligence and other forms of automated technology are necessary for the stock market. Artificial intelligence is necessary for business operations and trade opportunities, on the other hand by using it more it becomes more in­telligent. All this is important for the Stock market because globalizing the stock market needs artificial intelligence (AI), business opportunities and op­erations that are challenging from one market to another.

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