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Daily News - 16.04.2018

Datum objave: 16.04.2018

SLOVENIA

Slovenian SBITOP up 0.61% on Friday

SBITOP index was up 0.61% on Friday, with Petrol company as the most traded name. Petrol delivered EUR 145ths in turnover. SavaRe and Triglav were top gainers, since they jumped 2.29% and 1.51%, respectively. Major losers were Gorenje and Telekom Slovenije. They declined 1.61% and 0.24%, respectively.
Source: Ilirika

INTERNATIONAL MARKETS

Uncertainty regarding Russia's ruble

Russia’s ruble extended its slump and credit risk climbed as foreign investors cut their holdings amid a wave of uncertainty created by the latest round of U.S. sanctions. The currency slumped to its lowest level since November, extending its slide this week to almost 8 percent.
Source: Bloomberg

China stock exchanges down, elsewhere across Asia more optimism

Securities markets on the Chinese stock exchanges have dropped significantly today, and more optimism has been detected on stock exchanges elsewhere in Asia. Targeting in Syria, completed by the United States, France in Great Britain, did not cause any serious consequences, so investors showed some more courage. Many expected worse clashes.

SERBIA

AERO: Concession agreement will be published after completing the transaction

Concession agreemnet on Belgared Airport (AERO) will be published after the completeion of all transaction jobs with French company Vinci, Minister for construction, traffic and infrastructure, Zorana Mihajlovic said. He adressed the recent call of „Free citizens movement“, which required the contract to be published now.
Source: Beta, Ilirika

Serbia among biggest exporters to Bulgaria

The total merchandise export of Bulgaria increased by 2.9% to BGN 8.02 billion (EUR 4.1 billion) in January and February of 2018, compared to the corresponding period of 2017, as shown by the preliminary data of the National Statistical Institute (NSI) of Bulgaria. In value, products imported from the Russian Federation, Turkey, China and Serbia dominated this segment, BTA says, without specifying the amounts.
Source: Ekapija

Serbia invites Chinese investments in infrastructure, energy

Serbia's finance minister Dusan Vujovic has invited Chinese companies to participate in infrastructure projects in the country, as Belgrade remains committed to the One Belt - One Road initiative. Serbia wishes to complete the infrastructure projects started under the initiative, in order to make its economy more competitive and increase exports to Western Europe, Vujovic said in a statement on Thursday. In addition to projects for the development of road and railway infrastructure, Serbia also offers business opportunities in the field of environment protection and energy, Vujovic said during the "Macroeconomic and fiscal framework for successful implementation of the initiative One Belt – One Road" conference in Beijing, China, according to the statement.
Source: Seenews

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