Daily Report 07.05.2019
Datum objave: 07.05.2019
Large German company to arrive in Serbia
President Aleksandar Vucic announced on Friday the arrival of one of the most technologically advanced German companies to Serbia. "I believe that next week I will be able to finalize the arrival of one large, one of the most technologically advanced German companies to Serbia," Vucic told reporters after touring the works on the Surcin-Obrenovac bridge.
Sale of Budimka scheduled for June 11, 2019 – Initial price around EUR 4.5 million
After years of stagnation, the Pozega-based Budimka will soon enter a new era with a new owner. The sale of this company, whose bankruptcy was declared in late 2017, has been scheduled for June 11, and the initial price will be around EUR 4.5 million. Considering the names cited as potential purchasers, but also the profit that the brand and the potentials of Budimka promise, the sale price is expected to differ drastically from the initial price.
Public debt of Serbia amounts to EUR 23.39 billion at end-March
The public debt of Serbia amounted to EUR 23.39 billion at the end of March 2019, which is 50.9% of the gross domestic product (GDP), the Ministry of Finance announced. The public debt is nominally higher by EUR 240 million compared to the end of February, when it amounted to EUR 23.15 billion and when its share in the GDP amounted to 50.4%.
Dow makes stunning comeback, recovering nearly all of 471-point plunge on hope trade deal not dead, Europe stocks close down but off session lows as US-China trade tensions escalate
Stocks recovered the bulk of their earlier losses on Monday as investors bet China and the U.S. will still strike a trade deal despite President Donald Trump’s threat to hike tariffs on Chinese imports over the weekend.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average ended the day down just 66.47 points at 26,438.48, while the S&P 500 closed 0.4% lower at 2,932.47. The Nasdaq Composite was down 0.5% at 8,123.29.
Wall Street also contended with news of the U.S. deploying a carrier group and bombers in the Middle east as tensions with Iran increase. The move, according to national security advisor John Bolton, said this was a warning to the Iranian regime, noting: “The United States is not seeking war with the Iranian regime, but we are fully prepared to respond to any attack.”
European stocks saw a sell-off on Monday, after President Donald Trump said the U.S. would hike tariffs on goods from China. Germany’s DAX and France’s CAC closed down by around 1%, trimming some heavy losses seen earlier in the session as sentiment improved on Wall Street. In the U.K., markets were closed due to a public holiday.
In the corporate world, ThyssenKrupp said it is still looking to reach an agreement with European antitrust regulators on a planned joint venture with Tata Steel, Reuters reported.
Daily Report 19.06.2019
19.06.2019 | Dow surges more than 350 points on hopes for a China trade deal and an easy Fed; European stocks close higher following Draghi speech; Stoxx 600 hits one-month high; Serbian President met with Naftna Industrija Srbije (NIS) CEO Kirill Tyurdenev; Serbia's MK Group to build 8.1 mln euro biomass-fired power plant; Siemens Austria Mobility CEE says it pays off to invest in Serbia
Daily Report 10.06.2019
10.06.2019 | Dow jumps 260 points, posts best week since November after jobs report spurs rate-cut hopes; European stocks close higher as weak US jobs data points to potential Fed rate cut; NBS: NBS keeps key policy rate at 3%; Fabrizi: Serbia has achieved good macroeconomoc results; NIIS: Antic signs agreement on natural gas power stations
Daily Report 06.06.2019
06.06.2019 | Dow rallies 200 points as stocks surge for a second day on hope the Fed will cut rates; European stocks close mostly higher; Italian banks fall on EU ruling; China Railway International seeking subcontractors for works on Belgrade Center-Stara Pazova section; World Bank retains 3.5% growth projection for Serbia; PepsiCo confirms it will acquire Knjaz Milos with KMV
Daily Report 05.06.2019
05.06.2019 | Dow rallies more than 500 points ; European markets close higher as autos climb 3.2%; Serbia-EAEU trade deal may be signed by end-2019; NBS: Dinar grows stronger with confidence of important investors; ENHL: Energoprojekt contracted two jobs in Serbia worth EUR 21m
Daily Report 04.06.2019
04.06.2019 | Nasdaq drops more than 1%, enters correction territory as regulation fears batter big tech; European markets close higher after Wall Street erases losses; KMBN: Komercijalna Banka might be sold for EUR 415 million; Serbian import rises still faster vs. export; Unemployment in 1Q19 ta 12.1%
Daily Report 03.06.2019
03.06.2019 | KMBN: Public call for statements of interest in purchasing Komercijalna Banka opens; Serbia's GDP 2.5% up y-o-y in real terms in Q1 2019; SORS, NBS: Industrial output in April down 0.8% y/y; Dow drops more than 350 points after Trump threatens new tariffs on Mexico, posts 6-week slide; European markets close lower after Trump stokes recession fears; Stoxx 600 hits 3-month low
Daily Report 31.05.2019
31.05.2019 | Stocks rise slightly, but trade and economy worries persist; European markets close higher; Axel Springer leaps on KKR investment talks; MTLC: Metalac reported slightly higher consolidated sales and 7% lower net profit, for 2018; EC: Strong investment activity supports growth of Serbian economy; Minimum wage to be increased in September
Daily Report 17.05.2019
17.05.2019 | ENHL: Energoprojekt reports EUR 346m backlog; NBS: Foreign direct investments in Serbia amount to EUR 1.2 billion in the first four months; JESV: Jedinstvo reported higher quarterly sales and lower net profit; Dow jumps more than 200 points, posts 3-day winning streak, boosted by bank shares and Walmart; European stocks close higher as trade fears fade
Daily Report 13.05.2019
13.05.2019 | Agreement on sale of Port of Novi Sad to P&O Port Dubai for EUR 7.99 million signed; IMF mission opens official discussions with Serbian delegation; 88 pct of AHK members would invest in Serbia again – survey; Dow stages 450-point comeback, ends the day higher after Trump says China trade talks to continue, Europe stocks close higher despite US tariff hike on Chinese goods, Thyssenkrupp rises 28%
Daily Report 10.05.2019
10.05.2019 | State sells its share in Jubmes Banka to Alta Pay Group at the stock exchange; Serbia's c-bank keeps key rate unchanged at 3.0%; 15 state-owned companies to be sold by end of year; Dow falls 140 points, S&P drops for a fourth day as new China tariffs set to kick in at midnight, European markets slide as trade fears mount, autos down more than 3%