Daily Report 08.06.2018
Datum objave: 08.06.2018
NBS: Key policy rate kept on hold
At yesterday’s meeting, the NBS Executive Board voted to keep the key policy rate on hold, at 3.0%. In making such a decision, the Executive Board was primarily guided by the expected movement in inflation and its underlying factors going forward, and the effects of past monetary policy easing. After touching this year’s low of 1.1 % y-o-y in April, inflation is expected to gradually move towards the target, while staying closer to its lower bound by end-2018.
Serbia 57th of 84 countries by illicit trade index
According to the Global Illicit Trade Environment Index, Serbia is the 57th of 84 countries, the American Chamber of Commerce in Serbia (AmCham) announced. The report was published in Brussels by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), the world leader in global business surveys, which operates within the Economist Group.
Solution for Swiss franc debtors by October 1?
Citizens with debts in Swiss francs, who protested in front of the Government, are terminating the strike, as they have managed to reach an agreement with representatives of the Supreme Court of Cassation on an urgent solution to all their procedures ongoing at that court. They have been promised, as they say for N1, that their cases will be solved by October 1. We have agreed for all the procedures to be solved as soon as possible and for all the procedures ongoing at the SCC regarding the credits in Swiss francs to be solved by October 1 – said lawyer Jelena Pavlovic.
Croatia raises 750 mln euro in 10-yr Eurobond issue
Croatia successfully placed a 10-year bond worth 750 million euro ($887 million) and carrying an annual coupon of 2.70% on the international market on June 6, the finance ministry said on Thursday. The yield on the issue is 2.898%, the ministry said in a statement.
Dow closes about 100 points higher, but tech sends Nasdaq lower; European markets close slightly lower, dragged down by travel and leisure stocks
The Dow Jones industrial average rose on Thursday, led by gains in McDonald's. Meanwhile, the Nasdaq composite index snapped a four-day winning streak as declines in Facebook and other major tech names pushed the sector lower. The 30-stock index closed 95.02 points higher at 25,241.41 as McDonald's rose more than 4 percent. The Nasdaq composite dropped 0.7 percent to 7,635.07 — a day after closing at an all-time high — as Facebook and Netflix both fell more than 1.5 percent. Amazon and Alphabet also contributed to the Nasdaq's losses. Tech's decline Thursday also pushed the S&P 500 down by 0.1 percent to 2,770.37 as a 1.6 percent gain in energy shares was negated. Berkshire Hathaway Chairman Warren Buffett said he expects the economy to perform strongly for years to come. "Right now, there's no question: It's feeling strong. I mean, if we're in the sixth inning, we have our sluggers coming to bat right now," Buffett told CNBC's Becky Quick in an exclusive interview. European markets closed lower Thursday, as investors continued to weigh the chance of higher interest rates.The pan-European Stoxx 600 closed 0.24 percent lower with most sectors in negative territory and bourses mixed. Travel and leisure stocks were the worst performers on Thursday, down 1.7 percent. Catering company Elior Group was the worst sectoral performer, down more than 4 percent. Looking at corporate headlines, Caixabank rose more than 4 percent on Thursday, after proposing to take its Portuguese bank BPI from a public-held company to being private. In other corporate news, Bayer closed its $63 billion takeover of U.S. agricultural giant Monsanto after the deal was given antitrust clearance by the Department of Justice. Shares of Bayer were down 0.46 percent.Source: CNBC
Dnevni izveštaj 21.09.2018
21.09.2018 | RTB Bor u avgustu izvezao robu u vrednosti 18,6 mil USD - Hiljadu tona bakra za Kinu; Fiskalni savet predlaže povlačenje izmena Zakona o penzijskom i invalidskom osiguranju; NBS: Blagi pad neto dobiti banaka u Srbiji; Hrvatska Erste&Steiermarkische banka izdaje 5.ogoišnje obveznice vredne 500 miliona EUR; Dow skočio preko 250 poena, Evropa opet u plusu
Daily Report 21.09.2018
21.09.2018 | RTB Bor exports goods worth USD 18.6 million in August – Thousand tons of copper for China; Fiscal Council proposes withdrawal of amendments to Law on Pension and Disability Insurance; NBS: Serbian banking sector scored flat aggregate profit in 1Q18; Croatia's Erste&Steiermarkische Bank to issue 500 mln euro 5-yr bond; Dow rallies more than 250 points to first record close since January, Europe rises by the close as concerns over trade spats wane
Dnevni izveštaj 20.09.2018
20.09.2018 | Prva faza kinesko-srpskog industrijskog parka u Smederevu biće završena 2020. - Na 400 hektara posao za 20.000 ljudi?; Novih 20 mil EUR za MSP u Srbiji kroz sporazum EBRD i Addiko banke; Ruski trgovinski lanci dogovorili uvoz hrane iz Srbije; United grupi u Sloveniji naloženo da proda Sport klub; Banke vodile rast indeksa na NYSE, Evropa u plusu
Daily Report 20.09.2018
20.09.2018 | First phase of Chinese-Serbian industrial park in Smederevo to be completed in 2020 – Jobs for 20,000 people on 400 hectares?; New EUR 20 million for SMEs in Serbia through agreement between EBRD and Addiko Bank; Russian retail chains contract import of food from Serbia; Slovenia's competition agency orders United Group to dispose of Sport Klub channels; Dow jumps more than 150 points as Goldman and JP Morgan lead bank shares higher, Europe ends on a high note as investors brush off trade dispute
Dnevni izveštaj 19.09.2018
19.09.2018 | IFC investirao 190,5 mil EUR u Srbiju u fiskalnoj 2018.; Fijat ostaje u Srbiji, stižu novi modeli; Potpisan ugovor o finansiranju izgradnje obilaznice oko Beograda - Vrednost deonice od Ostružničkog mosta do Bubanj potoka 207 mil EUR; Ziđin planira da proizvodnju u Boru poveća tri do četiri puta; Dow skočio 185 poena pošto trenutni tarifni potezi na relaciji SAD-Kina ne izgledaju strašno koliko se očekivalo, Evropa tek u blagom plusu
Daily Report 19.09.2018
19.09.2018 | IFC invests EUR 190.5 million in Serbia in fiscal year 2018; Fiat to stay in Serbia, and is prepping new model; Agreement on funding of construction of bypass route around Belgrade signed – Section from Ostruznica Bridge to Bubanj Potok worth EUR 207 million; Zijin to double Serbia's RTB Bor output in three years; Dow surges 185 points as latest US-China trade barbs are not as bad as feared, Europe holds steady by the close as US-China trade conflict escalates
Dnevni izveštaj 18.09.2018
18.09.2018 | MMF: Srbija sama privukla više od polovine direktnih investicija u regionu; ENHL: Energoprojekt ugovorio dva nova posla u Srbiji; Kineska kompanija CRBC gradiće koridor kroz Frušku goru? - Opcije kredit i koncesija; Potpisan sporazum o investiciji Shandong Linlonga u Zrenjaninu; Wall Street u minusu nakon sve izvesnijih novih carinskih akcija SAD protiv Kine, Evropa u mešovitom tonu, H&M skočio 16,6%
Daily Report 18.09.2018
18.09.2018 | IMF: Serbia alone counts for more than half of total FDI stock in the region; ENHL: Energoprojekt contracted RSD 1.3bn worth jobs in Serbia; Chinese company CRBC to build corridor through Fruska Gora? – Options include credit and concession; Serbia signs investment agreements with China's Shandong Linglong, Zijin - finmin; Stocks fall after Trump says US-China trade announcement coming after the bell, Europe ends on a muted note as fresh tariff threats linger, H&M climbs 16.6%
Dnevni izveštaj 17.09.2018
17.09.2018 | RZS, NBS: Međugodišnja inflacija u avgustu 2,6%; NBS: Devizne rezerve 11,3 milijarde EUR; Al Dahra i zvanično jedini ponuđač za PKB - Otvaranje finansijske ponude naknadno; Inflacija u HR ostaje na 2,1% u avgustu; S&P500 završio petak u plusu vođen rastom na proizvođačima čipova, Evropa takođe u plusu
Daily Report 17.09.2018
17.09.2018 | NBS, SORS: Annual inflation in August at 2.6%; NBS: FX resrevs in Agust at EUR 11.3bn; Al Dahra officially the only bidder for PKB purchase – Financial bid to be opened subsequently; Croatia's annual inflation remains at 2.1% in August; S&P 500 ekes out 5-day winning streak as chipmakers rise, European markets finish on an upbeat note as autos, miners climb