Daily Report 16.05.2018
Datum objave: 16.05.2018
NIIS: NIS to pay around RSD 6.9 billion in dividend to shareholders
The Board of Directors of Naftna Industrija Srbije (NIIS) proposed this Monday (May 14) for a dividend in the total amount of RSD 6.9 billion to be paid to the company's shareholders from the 2017 profit, NIS announced. The net profit of NIS amounted to close to RSD 27.8 billion last year, 25% of which is meant to be paid as dividend.
Source: Ekapija, Belex
Top 15 Serbian exporters export goods worth EUR 1.5 billion in the first four months of 2018
The total value of the export of the 15 biggest Serbian exporters in the January-April period amounted to EUR 1.5 billion, with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) Serbia still heading the list. Fiat's exports in the said period reached the amount of EUR 303.3 million, whereas the export of HBIS Group, owner of the Smederevo steel mill, amounted to EUR 263.8 million, according to the report Current Macroeconomic Trends, published by the Ministry of Finance. The third spot belongs to Tigar Tyres Pirot with EUR 135.4 million, followed by Naftna Industrija Srbije with EUR 114 million and Robert Bosch with EUR 82.7 million.
ENHL: Energoprojekt expects EUR 298m of new jobs in 2018
Energoprojekt (ENHL) reported non-consolidated reports for 1Q18 where only operations of parent company with daughter units were presented. However, important notice is that related document shows the company’s expectation for new jobs in 2018. It was planned EUR 298m of new projects to be contracted in 2018, out of which 535 is form abroad, while total backlog in 1Q stand at EUR 326m.
Izvor: Belex, Ilirika
SBITOP up 0.11%
SBITOP index gained 0.11% yesterday, with Gorenje as the most traded name. The stock delivered EUR 1.9m in volume, and it was a top gainer as well since it added 2.7%. Daily looser was Mercator as it lost 7.4%.
Source: LJSE, Ilirika
Dow drops about 200 points, snaps 8-day winning streak after interest rates surge, European markets close mixed amid earnings
U.S. stocks dropped sharply on Tuesday after Home Depot reported quarterly sales that fell short of Wall Street's expectations and interest rates breached new highs. The Dow Jones industrial average fell 240 points, with Home Depot among the biggest contributors of losses. The S&P 500 declined about 1 percent, while Nasdaq composite dropped 1.2 percent.
Stocks also slipped after the Commerce Department reported retail sales increased 0.3 percent in April, down from a 0.8 percent gain in March, which was revised higher. The solid read on consumer spending, however, was accompanied by an uptick in interest rates, a move some market watchers blamed for a further decline in equities. The benchmark U.S. 10-year Treasury yield, which moves inversely to its price, hit 3.08 percent on Tuesday, its highest read since 2011.
European markets closed mixed Tuesday afternoon as investors monitored key political and economic risks while oil prices hovered close to multi-year highs. The pan-European Stoxx600 closed 0.1 percent higher provisionally, with major bourses and sectors pointing in different directions.
Vodafone was trading lower after the world's second-largest mobile operator reported its long-time CEO is poised to step down in October. Vittorio Colao is set to be replaced by Nick Read, the company's finance director since 2014. The firm's shares closed 4.3 percent down on the news.
Europe's banking sector bounced back from slight losses earlier on in the afternoon, closing up 0.3 percent. Raiffeisen Bank, Commerzbank and Credit Agricole posted their latest figures earlier in the day, with all three lenders near the top of the sector amid better-than-expected earnings over the first three months of 2018.
Source: CNBC, Ilirika
Dnevni izveštaj 21.01.2019
21.01.2019 | MTLC: Prihod Metalca u 2018. godini 110 mil EUR - Rezultati iznad plana; Minimalac od 2019. godine 27.022 dinara - Sindikati nisu zadovoljni; Izgradnja Turskog toka u Srbiji biće završena do kraja 2019. godine; Predstavnici Srbije i Rusije potpisali više dokumenata o saradnji; Dow skočio preko 300 poena u petak, Evropa takođe u plusu
Daily Report 21.01.2019
21.01.2019 | MTLC: Income of Metalac in 2018 at EUR 110 million – Results exceed plans; Minimum wage at RSD 27,022 in 2019 - Trade unions displeased with the decision; TurkStream construction in Serbia to be completed by end-2019; Serbia and Russia on Thursday signed over 20 agreements, memorandums, accords and protocols on future cooperation.; Dow jumps more than 300 points, posts first 4-week winning streak since August, European markets close week firmly higher on US-China trade relief
Dnevni izveštaj 18.01.2019
18.01.2019 | Sberbank Srbija i Telekom Srbija potpisali memorandum o saradnji; Brauerei Group Beograd postao vlasnik Valjevske pivare; Preduzeli smo sve da zaštitimo Srbiju i Železaru, kaže Premijerka; Bugari kupili Telekom Albanija za 50 mil EUR - Telekom Srbija imao bolju ponudu; Američki indeksi u plusu nakon novosti da bi SAD mogle da smanje uvozne carine na robu iz Kine, već tokom pregovora, Evropske berze bez većih promena
Daily Report 18.01.2019
18.01.2019 | Russian bank's loan to Serbia's state-owned telcom; Brauerei Group Belgrade becomes owner of Valjevska Pivara; Brnabic says Serbian steel production safe; Bulgarian company to buy Telekom Albania for EUR 50 million – Telekom Srbija gives better offer; Stocks rise after report says US considering easing China tariffs during negotiations, European markets close flat after May survives no-confidence vote, ITV shares dive 6%
Dnevni izveštaj 17.01.2019
17.01.2019 | Putin dovodi investitora za ruski pandan Beograda na vodi - Fond Marera Properties želi da gradi poslovni centar u Bloku 18; Raste promet u rubljama između Srbije i Rusije; Za Petrohemiju zainteresovane i ruske firme; Srbija svetski lider po rastu proizvodnje čelika; Skok na Goldmanu održao američke indekse u zelenom, Evropa ipak u plusu, Duetsche Banka dobila 8%
Daily Report 17.01.2019
17.01.2019 | Putin to bring investor for Russian counterpart to Belgrade Waterfront – Investment fund Marera Properties looking to build business center in Block 18; Transactions in rubles between Serbia and Russia on the rise; Russian companies interested in Petrohemija; Serbia has world's highest crude steel production increase; Dow gains more than 100 points as Goldman posts best day in 10 years, European markets close higher after May’s Brexit vote defeat, Deutsche Bank up 8%
Dnevni izveštaj 16.01.2019
16.01.2019 | Telekom potrošio 310 mil EUR na kupovinu kablovskih operatera; Investitorima u 2019. od 3.000 do 7.000 EUR po radnom mestu - Nema više državnih subvencija za međunarodnu trgovinu i hotele; Do kraja marta tender za prodaju Laste - U toku izbor konsultantske revizorske kuće; AERO: Aerodrom Nikola Tesla u 2018. uslužio 5,4% više putnika; Skok na Netflixu podigao Dow indeks, Evropske berze bez bitnijih promena u iščekivanju glasanja u VB povodom Brexita
Daily Report 16.01.2019
16.01.2019 | Telekom spends EUR 310 million buying cable operators; Investors to get 3,000 to 7,000 euros per job in 2019 – No more state subsidies for international trade and hotels; Tendering for sale of Lasta to start by end-March – Selection of consulting and auditing company in progress; AERO: Belgrade Airport serviced 5.64rm passengers in 2018; Dow rises more than 100 points, Netflix leads tech rally, European markets flat ahead of crucial Brexit vote, Italian banks struggle
Dnevni izveštaj 15.01.2019
15.01.2019 | NBS: Devizne rezerve na kraju decembra 11,2 milijarde EUR; Sa Rusijom ugovor o železničkom saobraćaju vredan 230 mil EUR; Fiat nastavlja proizvodnju u Kragujevcu 16. Januara; Kupovna moć u Srbiji raste polako; Američki indeksu u negativnoj korekciji, Evropa takođe – Kineski podaci razočaravajući
Daily Report 15.01.2019
15.01.2019 | NBS: FX reserves in December at 11.2bn; Agreement on rail transport worth EUR 230 million to be signed with Russia; Fiat to resume production activities in Kragujevac on January 16; Purchasing power in Serbia slowly growing; Stocks post back-to-back losses for the first time this year on earnings worries, European stocks fall on weak Chinese data, Pandora shares down 6%