Daily News - 09.05.2018
Published: 09. 05. 2018


SBITOP down 0.13%

SBITOP was down 0.13% yesterday, with Krka as the most traded name. The stock delivered EUR 603ths, while its price was up 0.68%. Major gainer was Gorenje, with 1.27% jump. Daily looser was Triglav, with 2.07% decline.
Source: LJSE, ilriika


US Job Openings hit record high in march while dollar and oil prices are gaining

The number of job openings in the US rose by 472 thousand to an all-time high of 6.550 million in March, beating market expectations of 6.101 million. The largest gains were seen in professional & business services, construction, and transportation, warehousing & utilities. Oil prices jumped more than 2% in Asia trading on Wednesday after US President Donald Trump announced the US would withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal.
Source: TA, Ilirika


KMBN: EGM scheduled for 30th May

Komercijalna Banka (KMBN) informed that it scheduled it EGM for 30th May this year. Major topic is appointment and dismissal of managing board members. No other issues will be discussed.
Source: Belex, Ilirika

Minister Vujovic resigns

Serbian Finance Minister Dusan Vujovic resigned his post citing personal reasons. As RTS unofficially learns, Vujovic decided to leave his post in the Ministry of Finance due to health issues. Since media in Belgrade previously reported this news, he stated that four years that he occupied the position were time enough for one to prove oneself in the office. Vujovic performed the function of Minister of Economy from April 27 to August 4 2014. He was subsequently appointed Minister of Finance taking over for Lazar Krstic and he stayed in this post until August 2016. He was also in office from August 2016 till June 2017 and in the latest Government convocation.
Source: Ekapija

Farmers focusing more on sunflower than maize

This year, we have planted sunflower on between 240.000 and 250.000 hectares of land, which is an all-time record, says Vukosav Sakovic, director of Zito Serbia. Farmers have had ideal weather conditions for sowing – warm climate and the land that was moist enough in its deeper layers. There hasn’t been too much precipitation either. However, the concern now is with the high daily temperatures and dry surface layers of the land, so the rain is very much needed to speed up the growing process.
Source: Serbiamonitor

Back to news