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Daily News - 10.04.2018

Datum objave: 10.04.2018


SBITOP gained 0.53 percent

SBITOP reached 828.03 points and gained 0.53 percent. The most traded shares were the shares of the day were Zavarovalnica Triglav (EUR 526.33 thousand) and SavaRe (EUR 261.93 thousand), due to good FY2017 results. The largest returns were recorded by Intereuropa shares (+ 4%), Gorenje (+ 2.71%) and Zavarovalnica Triglav (+ 1.85%).

Slovenia Trade Surplus Widens Sharply in February

Slovenian trade surplus increased to EUR 42.7 million in February of 2018 from EUR 7.3 million in the same month of the previous year. It was the second largest trade surplus for a February month in the last ten years. Exports surged 11.5 percent to EUR 2368.1 million, with sales to non-EU countries rising 16.9 percent and those to the EU increasing 10 percent. Meantime, imports advanced at a slower 9.8 percent to EUR 2325.4 million, driven by purchases from both countries outside the EU (21.1 percent) and the ones from the EU (7.3 percent). Considering the first two months of 2018, the trade surplus amounted to EUR 44.6 million, as shipments grew 11.7 percent to EUR 4723.3 million and imports rose 11.1 percent to EUR 4679 million. Balance of Trade in Slovenia averaged -68.39 EUR Million from 1992 until 2018, reaching an all time high of 215.54 EUR Million in September of 2017 and a record low of -325.01 EUR Million in August of 2008.
Source: TA


Russian Ruble Suffers Biggest Daily Fall in 2 Years

The USDRUB increased 0.7603 or 1.25% to 61.3608 on Tuesday April 10 from 60.6005 in the previous trading session. Historically, the Russian Ruble reached an all time high of 82.45 in January of 2016 and a record low of 0.98 in August of 1993. MICEX increased 13 points or 0.60% to 2103 on Tuesday April 10 from 2091 in the previous trading session. Historically, the Russia MICEX Stock Market Index reached an all time high of 2353.16 in February of 2018 and a record low of 18.53 in October of 1998.
Source: TA


JMBN: State considering sale of Jubmes Bank shares – Thirty-day deadline for expression of interest

In the capacity of the representative of the state as a shareholder in Jubmes Bank (JMBN) in Belgrade, the Ministry of Finance of Serbia has initiated market research related to the sale of the state-owned shares of the bank. As stated on the site of the Ministry of Finance, the aim is to estimate the public interest of potential investors in a potential transaction and the terms of the sale of 58,287 regular shares with voting rights that the state owns in Jubmes Bank. Potential investors, the ministry says, should submit their statements of interest within 30 days, following which they will be sent “a set of relevant data on Jubmes Bank”.
Source: Ekapija

Proposal on new IMF arrangement expected in June

Serbian Finance Minister Dusan Vujovic said he expects the proposal of the new arrangement with the International Monetary Fund to be announced in mid-May or June. It is almost certain that the new agreement will be a tool for coordination of economic policies and reforms The field of cooperation will remain the same, namely the maintenance of macroeconomic and fiscal stability already achieved and further support for reforms, Vujovic told Blic.
Source: politikaonline

CEFTA is in crisis, Serbian minister says

CEFTA (the Central European Free Trade Agreement) is in a crisis, while the idea of economically connecting the region is on ‘shaky legs’ due to frequent unilateral, provocative decisions made by certain regional governments and the introduction of non-customs barriers in trading with Serbia. The latest such case is a flour dispute between Serbia and Macedonia. The Serbian Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications, Rasim Ljajic has said that Serbia would start implementing a set of countermeasures against Macedonia if Macedonia fails to find a solution for the import of Serbian flour by 14th April.
Source: Serbiamonitor


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