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Here is the last video of the youtube channel Bloomberg Markets and Finance. It's called WATCH: A Gun Salute for Queen Elizabeth II and as you can imagine, it's already of great interest to Internet users. You can find it right here.
And as expected, the last video of the Youtube channel Bloomberg Markets and Finance is a hit on the first feedback we could read! It manages to interest a lot of internet users, which is not always easy considering the amount of content that can be found now on the internet as well as on applications such as TikTok, Facebook or Instagram.
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For your information, you can find below the description of the video WATCH: A Gun Salute for Queen Elizabeth II published by the Youtube channel Bloomberg Markets and Finance:
Gun salutes ring out across the UK as the country mourns the death of Queen Elizabeth II. In London, 96 rounds were fired at Hyde Park one for each year of the monarch's life.