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Daily Report 09.04.2018

Datum objave: 09.04.2018


Belgrade Stock Exchange closed due to Easter holidays
Belgrade Stock Exchange closed due to Easter holidays


SBITOP gained 0.79 this week
The Slovenian stock exchange index SBITOP has YTD return of 2.15 percent. The SBITOP index gained 0.79 percent over the past week. The biggest gainers of the week were Cinkarna Celje (+1.99%) and Zavarovalnica Triglav (+1.90%), most probably because of the high levels of expected dividends.
Source: Ilirika

Petrol (PETG) expanding retail business to city centres
Petrol, a leading energy company in the country, is planning to expand its retail business to include shops in city centers across the country. The first shops will open in Ljubljana, Kranj, Celje and Maribor by the end of May.
Source: STA

Impol expands exports by quarter in 2017
Aluminum producer Impol exported EUR 629m worth of product in 2017, which is 28% more than in the year before, the company reported on Friday. Impol is a parent company of Serbian Impol Seval (BELEX: IMPL)
Source: Ilirika

SIJ breaks EUR 1bn revenue mark, but profit drops
The Russian-owned steel and food group SIJ saw its sales revenue exceed EUR 1bn for the time last year, as it rose by about a 20% on 2016 to EUR 1.012bn. Net profit however decreased by about two thirds to EUR 17.6m, show the unaudited results released on Thursday.
Source: STA

Polycom with new investment to support robust growth
Polycom, a family-owned company specializing in processing of plastics, has inaugurated a new production facility, an investment worth EUR 12m, in the Dobje industrial area near the town of Poljane, north-west.
Source: Ilirika

Jobless total down 5.2% in March
A total of 81,220 people were registered as jobless at the Employment Service at the end of March, which is 5.2% less than in February and 14.7% less year-on-year, the institution reported on Thursday.
Source: STA

National conference discusses ways to boost exports
Exports are at the center of the first national conference on internationalization held at the Brdo pri Kranju conference center on Friday. Strong support from the government is key to boosting exports, some 300 participants heard at the event.
Source: Ilirika


Dow plunges more than 550 points to end the week as trade war fears rattle Wall Street, Europe follows trend
Stocks fell sharply on Friday as worries of a trade war brewing between the U.S. and China grew. Wall Street also digested disappointing employment data.
The Dow Jones industrial average fell 572.46 points to 23,932.76, closing back in correction. Boeing and Caterpillar were the biggest decliners in the 30-stock index. The S&P 500 declined 2.2 percent to 2,604.47, with industrials as the worst-performing sector. The Nasdaq composite dropped 2.3 percent to close at 6,915.11.
After China announced fresh tariffs on 106 U.S. products Wednesday, President Donald Trump threatened more levies Thursday evening, stating that he has asked the United States Trade Representative to consider $100 billion in additional tariffs against China.
The move lower in stocks also follows the release of much weaker-than-expected jobs data. The Labor Department reported the U.S. economy added 103,000 jobs in March. Economists polled by Reuters expected a gain of 193,000.
European equities closed lower Friday, as an escalating trade standoff between the world's biggest economies rattled investors. The pan-European Stoxx 600 closed down by 0.35 percent provisionally, with most major bourses and sectors finishing in negative territory.
Looking at individual stocks, Telecom Italia surged to the top of the European benchmark. On Thursday, Reuters reported, citing three unnamed sources, that Italian state lender CDP intends to buy a stake of up to 5 percent in the firm. Shares of Telecom Italia shot up by almost 7 percent.
Source: CNBC, Ilirika


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