Daily News - 05.07.2018
Datum objave: 05.07.2018
Government expected to discuss NLB sale
The government is expected to discuss today the final proposal on changes to the commitments regarding the sale of the NLB bank and compensatory measures. As planned by the Finance Ministry, the cabinet is also to decide on a bill designed to shield NLB from claims in Croatia over Yugoslav-era savings deposits.
Počivalšek says Mercator needs stable owner after Agrokor settlement
Outgoing Economy Minister Zdravko Počivalšek said as he commented on today's vote on a settlement between the Croatian conglomerate Agrokor and its creditors that Mercator, as a part of the group, needed a stable and strong owner which would be able to support the needed development measures at the largest Slovenian retailer.
German Factory Orders Surge in May
German industrial orders rose 2.6% mom in May 2018, beating consensus of 1.1% and after a downwardly revised 1.6% drop in April. It was the first rise in manufacturing output since December 2017, due to a 4.3% gain in domestic demand and a 1.6% growth in foreign orders.
European markets close marginally higher as trade war concerns hit tech stocks
European stocks closed marginally higher Wednesday afternoon, amid elevated tensions between the U.S. and China over looming trade tariffs and investment restrictions. The pan-European Stoxx 600 edged up 0.04 percent during the day's deal-making, with a slim majority of sectors in positive territory.
Europe's technology stocks led the losses, down more than 1 percent after a slide in U.S. chip makers overnight. U.S. peer Micron was banned from selling chips in China late Tuesday, as heightened fears over trade frictions prompted a slump in global tech shares. Europe's STMicroelectronics and Siltronic were the worst sectoral performers, down over 3 and 7 percent respectively.
Looking at individual stocks, French healthcare company Orpea rose towards the top of the European benchmark after HSBC raised its stock recommendation to "buy." Shares of the Paris-listed company ended up 2.06 percent on the news.
NYSE was closed due to Independence Day holiday.
Net inflow of foreign direct investments in first four months of 2018 amounts to EUR 871 million
The net inflow of foreign direct investments in Serbia in the first four months of 2018 amounted to EUR 871 million, according to the balance of payments. As the National Bank of Serbia (NBS) told Tanjug, this marks the continuation of the growth of the net inflow of FDI, which increased by 12.9% compared to the corresponding period in 2017.
AERO: Belgrade airport reports rise in number of passengers in June
The Belgrade airport “Nikola Tesla” (AERO) said t served 539,137 passengers more in June this year than in the same period in 2017, recording an increase of six percent. At the same time, there were 5,651 departures and arrivals, or two percent more. In comparison to the first half last year, records show that some 150,000 more travellers went through the Belgrade airport in the same period in 2018, while the transport of goods and mail increased by 19 percent, the Airport statement said.
Source: AERO, N1
Russian VTB Bank leaving Serbia
The Supervisory Board of VTB Bank has reached the decision to sell 7.3 million shares amounting to 100% of its capital in its Serbian branch VTB banka a.d. Beograd, the bank says in a press release. VTB sells 100% of the bank's ordinary shares (7,344,813 shares) with a par value of 500 Serbian dinars each. The transaction should be conducted at a price not lower than the market value determined by the appraiser – the press release says.
Dnevne novice - 19.07.2018
19.07.2018 | Abanka ustanavlja družbo za upravljanje s terjatvami; Prihodek od prodaje trgovskega blaga v 2017 najvišji po letu 2008; V veljavi začasni ukrepi za zaščito evropskega trga pred povečanim uvozom jekla; Morgan Stanley v četrtletju z močno rastjo dobička; Poslovanje Novartisa v drugem četrtletju nad pričakovanji; Razpis za RTB Bor; NBS: Dobiček bank v Srbiji je konec leta 2017 znašal 68,7 milijarde din;
Daily News - 19.07.2018
19.07.2018 | Parliamentary committee okays bill facilitating NLB privatization; Turnover from the sale of goods in 2017 the highest after 2008; Stocks rise as Morgan Stanley and CSX surge on earnings; European stocks close higher as well; Tender for RTB Bor opens; NBS: Profit of banks in Serbia amounts to RSD 68.7 billion at end-2017; First half of 2018 sees 45,000 electronic building permits issued;
Dnevne novice - 18.07.2018
18.07.2018 | Deželna banka Slovenije z začasnim vodstvom; V maju 2018 približno 872.300 delovno aktivnih ali za 0,3 % več kot v prejšnjem mesecu; Goldman Sachs z rastjo četrtletnega dobička in novim glavnim izvršnim direktorjem; Easyjet ob rasti prihodkov zvišal napoved dobička; Predsednik Feda zagovarjal nadaljevanje politike višanja obrestnih mer; Johnson&Johnson z dobičkom in prihodki presegel pričakovanja; Telekom Srbija načrtuje nakup kabelskih operaterjev; Delta Holding še vedno čaka na dovoljenje za izvedbo treh projektov v Beogradu v vrednosti 400 milijonov evrov - Prihodki družbe 1H 2018 znašajo 30,1 milijarde din; Izvoz Srbije v letu 2017 se je povečal za 12,1%, uvoz za 13,6%;
Daily News - 18.07.2018
18.07.2018 | May brings more jobs; Adria Airways expands to Germany's Paderborn-Lippstadt; Nasdaq hits all-time high after Amazon reaches record, Netflix rebounds well off lows; European stocks close higher amid earnings; Telekom Srbija planning purchase of cable operators; Delta Holding still waiting for permits for realization of three projects in Belgrade worth EUR 400 million – Company's 1H 2018 revenues amount to RSD 30.1 billion; Serbia's exports up 12.1% in 2017, imports up 13.6%;
Dnevne novice - 17.07.2018
17.07.2018 | Ljubljanska borza: SBI TOP nekoliko navzdol; Maja na ljubljanskem letališču 15-odstotna rast potniškega prometa; Znižanje cen nafte; Newyorške borze neenotno; IMF kljub povečanim tveganjem za zdaj ohranja napoved globalne gospodarske rasti; Naložbe v informacijsko tehnologijo v Srbiji znašajo 62 evrov na prebivalca - evropsko povprečje 800 evrov; V Ljubljani uradno odprt srbsko-slovenski poslovni klub - blagovna menjava obeh držav je presegla milijardo evrov;
Daily News - 17.07.2018
17.07.2018 | Slovenia to launch IPO of lender NLB in 2018; SBI TOP 0.1% lower in mixed trading; Financials lead Dow higher after better-than-expected earnings from Bank of America; European stocks close lower as Trump and Putin meet; earnings season in focus; State considering three options for earnings tax reduction; Investments in IT in Serbia at EUR 62 per capita – European average up to EUR 800; Serbian-Slovenian business club officially opens in Ljubljana – Trade between two countries exceeds EUR 1 billion;
Dnevne novice - 16.07.2018
16.07.2018 | Gospodinjstva v četrtletju izboljšala finančni položaj; Komisija jemlje na znanje odločitev vlade glede NLB; Indija vstopila med delničarje EBRD; Bosch in Daimler bosta v ZDA testirala samovozeče taksije; Kitajci bodo gradili avtocesto v Republiki srbski; Srbska gospodarska zbornica v regiji izpostavlja sodelovanje s Slovenijo;
Daily News - 16.07.2018
16.07.2018 | Government to discuss NBL sale, lawsuit against Croatia; Govt approves additional EUR 30m for Eko Sklad; The value of construction put in place 3.4% higher than in April 2018 and 30.3% higher than in May 2017; Facebook i Amazon vodili Nasdaq do novog rekorda; Evropa u plusu nakon pada od prekjuče; NBS: Annual inflation in June at 2.3%; NBS: No change in key policy rate;
Daily News - 13.07.2018
13.07.2018 | Government to discuss NBL sale, lawsuit against Croatia; Govt approves additional EUR 30m for Eko Sklad; The value of construction put in place 3.4% higher than in April 2018 and 30.3% higher than in May 2017; Nasdaq rises to all-time high as Amazon and Facebook hit records; European markets close higher after latest trade war jolt; NBS: Annual inflation in June at 2.3%; NBS: No change in key policy rate;
Dnevne novice - 13.07.2018
13.07.2018 | Adria Airways z največjo floto letal doslej; Vrednost v maju 2018 opravljenih gradbenih del za 3,4 % višja kot v aprilu 2018 in za 30,3 % višja kot v maju 2017; Izvoz Kitajske bolje od tržnih pričakovanj; Evropske borze navzgor; NBS: Letna inflacija v juniju znaša 2,3 odstotka; NBS: temeljne obrestne mere nespremenjene;