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Daily News - 15.05.2018

Datum objave: 15.05.2018

SLOVENIA

Most parties support labour tax cuts, details still moot

Taxes are at the centre of the campaign running up to the 3 June parliamentary election. Slovenia is likely to see fiscal policy changes in the future, according to answers that the parties have submitted to the STA showing that most of the parties want to cut taxes on labour and support a new real estate tax.

SBITOP started the week with 0.53%

SBITOP index started the week with 0.535 advance. All traded names from first quotation were in green or flat. Daily gainer is Luka Koper with 2.63% jump, while Telekom Slovenije was a top traded name, with 587ths EUR in volume.
Source: LJSE, Ilirika

INTERNATIONAL MARKETS

Stocks rise as US-China trade concerns abate; Europe shares close mixed

Stocks traded higher on Monday amid hopes of a potential breakthrough in trade tensions between the U.S. and China, the world's two largest economies. Dow gained 0.29%, while S&P500 was up small 0.09%. Nasdaq was up 0.11%.
In corporate news Monday, Xerox fell more than 5.5 percent after the company abandoned a $6.1 billion deal with Japanese firm Fujifilm as part of a settlement between Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason.
European stocks closed mixed Monday afternoon as investors focused on Italian politics, trade relations between the U.S. and China, and a dip in oil prices. The pan-European Stoxx 600 closed down 0.05 percent. While major bourses and most sectors were in the red, strong performances from the health care and travel sectors boosted the broader index.
In corporate news, the Portuguese energy firm EDP rose 9 percent by the end of Monday's trade after the Chinese group Three Gorges presented a takeover bid.
ABN Amro fell to the bottom of the index, closing 6 percent lower as the Dutch bank's first-quarter profits took a hit from larger-than-expected loan impairments.
Source: CNBC, Ilirika

SERBIA

NBS: Annual inflation in April at only 1.1%

According to data of the Serbian Statistical Office, April saw a 0.4% rise in consumer prices. Monthly inflation was almost fully driven by rising prices of fresh vegetables, clothes and footwear and petroleum products. Annual inflation remained on a downward path, in line with the NBS expectations, at 1.1% in April. Annual core inflation (CPI excluding the prices of food, energy, alcohol and cigarettes) remained low and stable at 0.8% in April, the same as in the month before.
Source: NBS

MTLC: Metalac reported non-consolidated numbers for 1Q18 – cookware unit posted 7.7% higher sales, export into Russia down

Metalac (MTLC) reported only non-consolidated numbers for 1Q18 as usual. Apart from this the company also reported some numbers for dependent units. Major production unit, Cookware, posted 7.7% higher sales and 5.4% higher gross profit. On the other side, export into Russia, performed over the daughter unit called Metrot is down 15% y/y, probably due to unfavorable FX rate.
Source: Belex, Ilirika

Public debt of Serbia at 59% of GDP at end-March

The public debt of Serbia amounted to around EUR 23.72 billion at the end of March 2018, amounting to 59% of the gross domestic product (GDP), as announced by the Ministry of Finance. At the end of February, the public debt amounted to EUR 23.34 billion, making up 57.9% of the GDP. The public debt of Serbia was EUR 23.22 billion, that is, 61.5% of the GDP, at the end of 2017.
Source: Ekapija

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