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What can you buy in Business Bay?

From the name of this area, it is immediately clear that it is the heart of Dubai’s business, the concentration of business and financial organizations. The construction of Business Bay started in 2003, this area is actively living its own life, attracting businessmen and vacationers from all over the world. The area has elite residential …

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The field seduces investment funds and socimis with returns of 10%

The field seduces investment funds and socimis with returns of 10%

While the traditional farmer ages and the land is increasingly fragmented, the Spanish countryside is receiving investments from large capitals that see in the sector a safe investment with high profitability, above 10%, factors that have also aroused the interest of the socimis. Investment funds buy large plots or a set of small contiguous farms …

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Actor Tom Sizemore, known for his tough roles and scandals, dies at 61

Actor Tom Sizemore, known for his tough roles and scandals, dies at 61

Actor Tom Sizemore, known as much for his struggle with drug addiction and trouble with the law as for his tough-guy roles in films such as “Saving Private Ryan” and “Black Hawk Downed,” died on Friday at the age of 61, his representative, Charles Lago, said. Sizemore, who was hospitalized in critical condition after suffering …

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Half of Nissan workers, with the future up in the air

Half of Nissan workers, with the future up in the air

A total of 1,250 former Nissan employees (TYO:7201) in Barcelona are waiting to be hired by the electromobility center, which has already committed to incorporate about 600 this year while formulas are studied to not leave anyone without income when they exhaust unemployment at the end of the year. Once awarded the management of the …

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Honor wants to grow locally with Spain as “top priority”

Honor

The Chinese technology company Honor, formerly owned by Huawei, wants to consolidate and grow locally in the long term in all the markets in which it operates through alliances with other companies and its own equipment, with Spain as “the top priority” for the company. The CEO of the company, George Zhao, said so in …

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Scotland seeks to obtain hydrogen from organic waste

Scotland seeks to obtain hydrogen from organic waste

Scotland investigates the obtaining of hydrogen from organic waste in its commitment to the abandonment of fossil fuels, a source of energy that is considered capital in an energy transition in which the British region, due to its orography and natural resources, will have a central role. More than 70% of greenhouse gas emissions from …

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Japan and Australia to cooperate to create hydrogen supply chain

Japan and Australia to cooperate to create hydrogen supply chain

Japan on Saturday announced the launch in collaboration with Australia of a hydrogen supply chain as part of an initiative to accelerate the reduction of polluting emissions in Asia. The supply chain will connect the Australian state of Victoria with the western Japanese city of Kawasaki, government sources told local news agency Kyodo, without elaborating. …

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Brazil approves cultivation, import and sale of GM wheat

Brazil approves cultivation, import and sale of GM wheat

Brazil, one of the largest food producers in the world, approved the cultivation, import and marketing in the country of wheat genetically modified (HB4), in a context of adverse weather conditions in the region, sources in the sector reported on Friday. The National Technical Commission for Biosafety (CTNBio), a body linked to the Ministry of …

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Fed deliberates whether recent data are an “anomaly” or a warning about inflation

Fed deliberates whether recent data are an "anomaly" or a warning about inflation

U.S. Federal Reserve officials commented on Thursday whether recent data showing higher-than-expected inflation, employment and spending were an “anomaly” or a sign that even higher interest rates may be needed to curb rising prices. Separate comments from Fed Governor Christopher Waller and Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic raised a fundamental question for the next phase …

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Eurozone recovery accelerates and dispels recession fears – PMI

Eurozone recovery accelerates and dispels recession fears - PMI

The recovery in business activity in the euro area accelerated in February as growth accelerated in the services sector, the bloc’s most important, a survey showed on Friday, the latest indication that the currency bloc will avoid a recession. S&P Global’s composite reading of the purchasing managers’ index (PMI), considered a good barometer of the …

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Dollar will close week in negative; Euro rises after Lagarde’s words

Dollar will close week in negative; Euro rises after Lagarde's words

The U.S. dollar lost ground at the start of Friday’s trading day in Europe, on track for a weekly loss, as uncertainty surrounding the extent of the future path of the Federal Reserve’s monetary policy tightening was underway. At 8:55 am (CET), the Dollar Index, which tracks the currency’s performance against a basket of six …

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Morgan Stanley expects the ECB’s “terminal” interest rate to be 4%

Morgan Stanley expects the ECB's "terminal" interest rate to be 4%

Wall Street bank Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) said on Friday that it expects the European Central Bank’s terminal rate — the current cycle peak at which it estimates the ECB’s official interest rate will rise — to stand at 4 percent, at a time when inflationary pressures are being felt in the eurozone. “Following significant revisions …

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Our comic: Make way for generative AI

Our comic: Make way for generative AI

AI-powered generative chatbots, of course, can’t be sincere. However, they can fake authenticity very well, and they will do better and better. According to Marxist doctrine (of the Groucho type), it follows that the creators and controllers of the new generation of such tools have a sure winner in hand. The machine learning business was …

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Microsoft hopes to get EU go-ahead to acquire Activision

Microsoft Corp (NASDAQ:MSFT) obtain EU antitrust approval for its acquisition of Activision (NASDAQ:ATVI$69 billion with its offer of licensing deals to competitors, three sources familiar with the matter said, which would help it overcome a major hurdle. Microsoft announced Activision’s offer in January last year, the largest in its history, to take on leaders Tencent …

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Ibercaja obtained a net profit of 2022 million euros in 202, 34% more

Ibercaja obtained a net profit of 2022 million euros in 202, 34% more

Ibercaja Banco closed the 2022 financial year with a net profit of 202 million euros, 34% more than in the previous year, and has increased its return on tangible capital from 5.7% to 7.9%, which represents a significant advance towards the medium-term objective of reaching 9%. The most relevant items in Ibercaja’s income statement have …

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BofA, Citi cut investment banking jobs in Asia – sources

BofA, Citi cut investment banking jobs in Asia - sources

Bank of America (NYSE:BAC) and Citigroup have cut a handful of investment banking jobs in Asia, several people familiar with the matter told Reuters, adding to global competitors in downsizing as a result of a slowdown in China’s negotiation. Bank of America (BofA) on Thursday cut about half a dozen jobs at Hong Kong-based investment …

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Lufthansa’s profits increase, but remain below pre-pandemic levels

Lufthansa's profits increase, but remain below pre-pandemic levels

Germany’s Lufthansa (ETR:LHAG) said on Friday it had returned to a “clearly positive result” in 2022 despite high inflation in fuel costs and prices, driven by a sharp increase in demand for air travel following the pandemic’s loss-making years. Passenger numbers more than doubled in 2022 compared to 2021 and net revenue rose to €32.800 …

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European chemical companies are pessimistic about 2023

European chemical companies are pessimistic about 2023

European chemical makers on Thursday painted a gloomy outlook for 2023, based on the continued fallout from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, high inflation and slowing economic growth. Despite energy prices falling from last August’s peak and China’s reopening may be a stimulus, executives stressed that the precarious geopolitical environment and economic uncertainty are likely to …

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German exports grow in January due to strong US demand

German exports grow in January due to strong US demand

Germany’s exports rose more than expected in January, up 2.1 percent month-on-month, recovering from a previous month’s slump thanks to strong demand from the United States and Britain, official data showed on Friday. Exports to the U.S. rose 3.1 percent in January and those to the U.K. rose 7.8 percent from December, the data showed. …

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The Ab InBev brewer earns 6,454 million dollars in 2022, 12.77% more

The Ab InBev brewer earns 6,454 million dollars in 2022, 12.77% more

Belgian multinational brewer AB InBev (EBR:ABI), the largest in the world, reached a historical maximum in its sales volumes in 2022, which translated into a net profit of 6,454 million dollars (6,071 million euros), 12.77% more than the previous year, the company reported Thursday. As for the fourth quarter of 2022, AB InBev, owner of …

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Egypt raises fuel prices by 10% amid rising inflation

Egypt raises fuel prices by 10% amid rising inflation

The Egyptian government on Friday increased fuel prices by more than 10%, one of the latest measures taken by the country’s authorities and which occurs amid galloping inflation that exceeds 26% and that joins a deep depreciation of the local currency. The Ministry of Petroleum Egypt announced in its quarterly review the rise in the …

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The labor market advances with 88,918 more affiliates in February

The labor market advances with 88,918 more affiliates in February

Social Security added 88,918 affiliates on average in February, the largest increase in employment for this month since 2015, while the number of unemployed registered in the State Public Employment Service (SEPE) increased by 2,618. According to data published on Thursday by the Ministry of Inclusion, Social Security and Migration, with this growth in employment, …

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Pharmaceutical Merck earns 3,339 million euros in 2022, 8.9% more

Pharmaceutical Merck earns 3,339 million euros in 2022, 8.9% more

The German pharmaceutical group Merck had a net profit of 2022,3 million euros in 339, 8.9% more than in 2021, due to the good result of the main life sciences business, which offset the fall in demand for products related to covid-19. Merck reported today that turnover improved between January and September to 22,232 million …

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Non-hotel stays increased by 23.7% in January

Non-hotel stays increased by 23.7% in January

Non-hotel overnight stays (campsites, tourist apartments, rural tourism accommodation and hostels) increased by 23.7% in January compared to the same month of 2022, according to the occupancy survey released this Thursday by the National Institute of Statistics (INE). Total stays totaled 5.9 million registrations in the first month of the year, compared to 4.7 million …

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The Bank of Spain fines 295,000 euros to Tecnitasa and four directors

The Bank of Spain fines 295,000 euros to Tecnitasa and four directors

The Bank of Spain has fined 225,000 euros to the appraisal company Tecnitasa and four of its directors with 70,000 euros between them (295,000 euros in total), for committing a “very serious” infraction related to deficiencies detected in the organization of the company and in its activity. As published this Thursday in the Official State …

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China raises ambitions for 2023 and could target 6% growth

China raises ambitions for 2023 and could target 6% growth

China is increasingly ambitious with its 2023 growth target of 6 percent in a bid to boost investor and consumer confidence and build on a promising post-pandemic recovery, according to sources involved in the discussions. Four of the sources said China would likely aim for growth of up to 6 percent, while three others said …

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Ferrovial hopes to reduce financing costs with its move to the Netherlands

Ferrovial hopes to reduce financing costs with its move to the Netherlands

Ferrovial (BME:FER) seeks with the relocation of its parent company in the Netherlands to improve its financing conditions, at a time when central banks’ balance sheets are contracting, as well as access to a “broader investor base”, according to the document in which it details its project. “Ferrovial believes that companies based in the Netherlands …

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Eternights Release Date and Everything We Know So Far

Eternights Release Date and Everything We Know So Far

The evenings will be here before you realize it. The release date is early 2023, so there shouldn’t be too much hardship waiting for the game, even if it was only announced to fans. EARLY 2023 denotes that Eternights will probably be available to gamers between January and March of 2023. Platforms Of Eternights The …

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Explanation of the Importance of Market Research

Market Research

Market research involves acquiring, documenting, and evaluating quantitative and qualitative data. Often, this data refers to the features of a certain market. Market researchers employ tracking studies, mystery evaluations, client satisfaction surveys, advertising evaluations, and feasibility studies. Besides, most business or product failures result from inadequate or nonexistent market research. As the saying goes, failing …

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What Lessons Can the Crypto Industry Take Away from the FTX Collapse?

What Lessons Can the Crypto Industry Take Away from the FTX Collapse?

The FTX collapse was one of the biggest moments in the history of cryptocurrency and damaging to the industry. FTX was a cryptocurrency exchange and hedge fund. FTX was founded in 2019 by Sam Bankman-Fried and Gary Wang and at one stage, was the third-largest cryptocurrency exchange by volume. However, FTX collapsed in early November …

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Chevron Raises Annual Share Buyback Target to $20 Billion

Chevron Raises Annual Share Buyback Target to $20 Billion

U.S. oil company Chevron Corp (NYSE:CLC) on Tuesday raised its share buyback outlook to between $10 billion and $000 billion annually and reaffirmed its output forecasts of more than 20 percent annual growth by 000. Shares of the company, which is scheduled to hold its annual investor meeting later in the day, rose 1.3 percent …

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Apple faces EU prosecution over App Store rules

Apple faces EU prosecution over App Store rules

European Union antitrust regulators closed their case against Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), by claiming that the rules of its “App Store” that prevent developers from informing users of other purchase options violate the rules of the block against unfair commercial conditions. The European Commission, which acts as the executive arm of the 27 European Union states, dropped …

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Decisive week for central banks: The keys

Decisive week for central banks: The keys

Intense week in the markets, with investors very aware of different macro data that we are knowing. Investing.com Spain intervened yesterday in the online program of finance and markets Krolus TV. Laura Sánchez, editor-in-chief of Investing.com Spain, participated in the program presented and hosted by José Basagoiti to analyze the current situation of the financial …

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How to Successfully Apply Fibonacci Levels to Trading

Apply Fibonacci Levels to Trading

At a time of great volatility of the financial markets, Fibonacci lines allow the investor to create correction levels and determine the correction target in case the trend continues. Based on the Fibonacci numerical series -in which each number is the sum of the previous two, for example 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, …

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All attentive to inflation: 5 keys this Tuesday in the stock market

Tuesday in the stock market

Advance CPI data for February are published today in Spain, France and Portugal. The business earnings season continues. The petroleum Up. Cryptocurrencies move with falls this morning. Here are the five factors that investors should consider today when making their decisions: 1. Inflation in EuropeThis week we will be watching for inflation data in several …

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Stocks Fall, Bond Yield Touches Multi-Year Highs on Inflation Fears

Stocks Fall, Bond Yield Touches Multi-Year Highs on Inflation Fears

Global stocks fell and bond yields hit multi-year highs on Tuesday after consumer prices hit a record high in France and accelerated in Spain, raising expectations that central banks would continue to tighten monetary policy. In France, EU-harmonized consumer prices rose to a record 7.2 percent in February, while in Spain EU-harmonized 12-month inflation was …

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HSBC aims to raise up to $1.500 billion in Tier 1 bonds

HSBC aims to raise up to $1.500 billion in Tier 1 bonds

HSBC Holdings aims to raise up to $1.500 billion in an additional Tier 1 perpetual bond, according to a source with direct knowledge of the matter. The 5.5-year perpetual note was launched on Tuesday, according to a condition sheet seen by Reuters, but it did not indicate how much the bank intends to raise. HSBC …

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Swiss economy stagnates, falling exports and industry

Swiss economy stagnates, falling exports and industry

The Swiss economy did not grow in the fourth quarter of 2022, the government announced on Tuesday, as the “difficult international situation” hit the manufacturing sector and exports. The 0% growth rate was lower than forecasts and slowed from the 0.2% increase in the third quarter, said the State Secretariat for the Economy (SECO), which …

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The regulator considers that Credit Suisse “seriously breached” its obligation in the Greensill case

The regulator considers that Credit Suisse "seriously breached" its obligation in the Greensill case

Credit Suisse (SIX:CSGN) “seriously breached its supervisory obligations” in relation to its business relationship with financier Lex Greensill and its companies, Swiss financial watchdog FINMA concluded on Tuesday. Switzerland’s second-largest bank has been working to overhaul its risk management and regulatory compliance as it tries to recover funds from the bankruptcy of about $10 billion …

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Former China Merchants Bank president accused of bribery – Chinese prosecutor’s office

Former China Merchants Bank president accused of bribery - Chinese prosecutor's office

Tian Huiyu, the former chairman of China Merchants Bank, has been charged with alleged bribery and insider trading, China’s top prosecutor’s office said on Tuesday. Tian, also a former party secretary at the bank, abused his positions at the bank and previous positions to benefit others in exchange for “exceptionally large” bribes, the Supreme People’s …

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Nissan Raises Global EV Sales Targets and Will Increase U.S. Presence

Nissan Raises Global EV Sales Targets and Will Increase U.S. Presence

Nissan Motor (TYO:7201Co Ltd on Monday raised its electric car sales targets and said it will ramp up U.S. powertrain production as it tries to catch up in a segment dominated by new automakers such as Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) Inc. The Japanese automaker pioneered electric vehicle (EV) manufacturing with its battery-powered Leaf, but has had to …

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US data, inflation in Europe: 5 keys to watch this week

US data, inflation in Europe: 5 keys to watch this week

A series of U.S. data and euro zone inflation figures will shed more light on the short-term path of interest rates. China’s PMI data will show how the economic recovery of the world’s second-largest economy is going after the Lunar New Year festivities. Equity markets will keep an eye on the Federal Reserve’s monetary policy …

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CIMIC (ACS) awarded $70 million contract in Australia

CIMIC (ACS) awarded $70 million contract in Australia

The CIMIC group, a subsidiary of the Spanish company ACS (BME:ACS), reported on Monday that it was awarded a contract for the provision of maintenance and improvements to military installations in Queensland, in northeastern Australia, valued at 104 million Australian dollars (about 70 million US dollars or more than 66 million euros). The works will …

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Metrovacesa loses €23.5 million in 2022 after adjusting asset values

Metrovacesa loses €23.5 million in 2022 after adjusting asset values

Metrovacesa (BME:MVC) lost €23.5 million in 2022 compared to a profit of €18.5 million a year earlier as a result of a negative impact of €54.3 million, mainly due to a decrease in the valuation of the tertiary use portfolio. Excluding this item of an extraordinary nature, and without impact on cash generation, the recurring …

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European futures in green at the start of the week

European futures in green at the start of the week

European markets could open the session positive, judging by the movement of futures at this time. Both the future of the Dax as the future of the Cac 40 and the future of the Ibex 35 They are trading with slight increases at the moment. Investors are still very aware of the macro data that …

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The Spanish stock market starts the week with gains of 0.54%

The Spanish stock market starts the week with gains of 0.54% The Spanish stock market starts the week with gains of 0.54%

The Spanish stock market opened on Monday with advances of 0.54% after the losses recorded last week, waiting for the reception that a new batch of business results and several macroeconomic data such as consumer confidence in the euro zone have received today in the market. At the start of the day, the IBEX 35, …

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The Tax Agency focuses on inspection in the reform sector

The Tax Agency plans to recover the traditional inspection activity after the “break” of the pandemic and this year will focus especially on the real estate construction sector, with particular attention to rehabilitation and reform activities. The Agency has published on Monday the Annual Tax and Customs Control Plan for 2023, which specifies the measures …

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Árima earns 10.5 million, 60% less, and analyzes assets for 1,000 million

Árima earns 10.5 million, 60% less, and analyzes assets for 1,000 million

The Socimi Árima Real Estate earned €10.5 million in 2022, 60% less than a year earlier, and is currently analysing assets totalling €1 billion. Gross recurring rental revenues reached 6.2 million, 19% more than a year earlier, according to accounts submitted to the National Securities Market Commission (CNMV). As of December 31, 2022, the market …

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China approved record number of new coal plants since 2022 in 2015

China approved record number of new coal plants since 2022 in 2015

China, the world’s most polluting country, “dramatically accelerated” the approval of licenses for nuclear power plants charcoal in 2022, following supply problems experienced the previous year, with new permits reaching the highest figure since 2015, according to a report published on Monday. The world’s second-largest economy expanded the sector’s capacity last year with new licenses …

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Japan’s indices close lower; Nikkei 225 down 0.11%

Japan's indices close lower; Nikkei 225 down 0.11%

The Japan Stock Exchange closed lower on Monday; Sector setbacks textile, Chemical, Oil & Plasticand banking pushed indexes lower. At the close of Tokyo, the Nikkei 225 fell by 0.11%. The best value of the session in the Nikkei 225 was Tokai Carbon Co., Ltd. (TYO:5301), up 4.60%, 59.00 points to 1.00 at the close. …

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Grenergy Renovables earned 10.3 million euros in 2022, down 36%

Grenergy Renovables earned 10.3 million euros in 2022, down 36%

The independent renewable energy producer Grenergy obtained a net profit of 10.3 million euros in 2022, 36% less than in the previous year, coinciding with the deployment of its growth strategy, as reported on Monday to the National Securities Market Commission (CNMV). However, according to the listed company, its revenues soared by 33%, to 293 …

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UGT advocates improving the minimum interprofessional wage in July

UGT advocates improving the minimum interprofessional wage in July

The general secretary of UGT, Pepe Álvarez, said on Sunday that the increase in the minimum interprofessional wage (SMI) is a “milestone”, but stressed that his union would like to review it in July “to be able to improve it”. Álvarez, who has participated in Mieres in the traditional tribute to Manuel Llaneza, founder of …

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Investors, pending consumer confidence, PMI and CPI in the euro area

Investors, pending consumer confidence, PMI and CPI in the euro area

Investors will be watching next week for the publication of the consumer confidence index, the manufacturing and services PMIs for February and the CPI of the euro area, while the publication of business results will continue, including those of Acerinox (BME:ACX), Bayer (ETR:BAYGN) or Lufthansa (ETR:LHAG). Next week, the focus will again be on producer …

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China creates company that will absorb the insurer of disgraced tycoon

China creates company that will absorb the insurer of disgraced tycoon

The Chinese regulator of banks and insurers authorized the creation of a company to absorb Huaxia Life, the life insurance company of the Tomorrow Group conglomerate, owned by jailed Chinese-Canadian businessman Xiao Jianhua. Huaxia Life, which, according to Bloomberg data, was in 2018 the fourth largest insurer in China by market share, had been under …

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Experts’ tax reform languishes amid anti-inflation “patches”

US data, inflation in Europe: 5 keys to watch this week

The committee of experts for tax reform prepared a year ago a guide to move towards a simpler, greener and more progressive tax system, but the need to tackle inflation has resulted in a series of general measures and “patches” that distance and even contradict its recommendations. The professors and members of the committee of …

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Santander exposes its transformation process to investors on Tuesday

Santander exposes its transformation process to investors on Tuesday

Banco Santander (BME:SAINT) brings together investors and international analysts next Tuesday in London to explain the transformation in which the entity is immersed and the strategy to be followed to achieve its main objectives until 2025, as well as the “pay out” or percentage of the profit destined to dividend. This “Investor Day”, the first …

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Everything ready for the synthetic diamond factory, an alternative to the chip

Everything ready for the synthetic diamond factory, an alternative to the chip

Preparations for the construction of the first synthetic diamond factory in Europe, an alternative to alleviate the lack of semiconductors, have already begun in Trujillo (Cáceres), with an investment of about 700 million euros and with the actor Leonardo di Caprio among its promoters. The American firm Diamond Foundry has chosen the Arroyo Caballos polygon …

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EIF will provide guarantees of 637 million to CaixaBank and MicroBank for SMEs

EIF will provide guarantees of 637 million to CaixaBank and MicroBank for SMEs

The European Investment Fund (EIF) has agreed with CaixaBank (BME:CABK) and with MicroBank, which specialises in microcredit, the provision of guarantees worth €637 million to support Spanish SMEs. In a statement, CaixaBank reports that this agreement, the first of InvestEU’s portfolio of guarantees signed in Spain, will allow these two financial institutions “to mobilize more …

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UAE, Egypt, Jordan and Bahrain agree on investments of 2,000 million

UAE, Egypt, Jordan and Bahrain agree on investments of 2,000 million

The United Arab Emirates (UAE), Egypt, Jordan and Bahrain signed investment agreements in the industrial sector worth 000,<> million dollars on Sunday, within an “industrial partnership” announced last May by the four Arab countries, official Jordanian media reported. The understandings, signed today during a meeting in Amman by the ministers of industry of the four …

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Raquel Sánchez attends informal council of EU transport ministers

Raquel Sánchez attends informal council of EU transport ministers

The Minister of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda, Raquel Sánchez, will participate in the informal council of ministers of Transport and Energy of the European Union, which is held this Monday and Tuesday in the capital of Sweden, Stockholm. Sánchez will discuss with his EU counterparts “the future of policies to move towards a competitive …

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Pemex recognizes death of 2 workers after fire at Veracruz refinery

Pemex recognizes death of 2 workers after fire at Veracruz refinery

The state-owned Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex) confirmed on Saturday night that two workers died after the fire at the Lazaro Cardenas Refinery in Minatitlan, in Veracruz, eastern Mexico, and expressed its condolences to relatives. “Pemex regrets that two workers lost their lives as a result of the incident that occurred at the Maya Combined Plant of …

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Schwarzman, CEO of Blackstone, received more than $1 billion in salaries and dividends in 000.

Schwarzman, CEO of Blackstone, received more than $1 billion in salaries and dividends in 000.

The chief executive of Blackstone, Steve Schwarzman, took home about $1.260 billion in compensation and dividends by 2022, a regulatory filing showed. Schwarzman received more than $1 billion in dividends from his Blackstone stock and $000.253 million in compensation, according to Friday’s filing. Goldman Sachs Group Inc (NYSE:GS) cut CEO David Solomon’s compensation by 29% …

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