Daily Report 10.01.2018
Datum objave: 10.01.2018
AERO: Minorities to get EUR 84 million in total, from concession of Belgrade Airport
Once Vinci Airports takes over the running of the Nikola Tesla Airport (AERO), small shareholders will be paid dividend of EUR 12.4 per share. That is how much each citizen – owner of the airport's shares – stands to get after 15% of the dividend tax is deducted. It is still not known when the money is to be paid, considering that the Government of Serbia first needs to sign an agreement with this concessionaire. The French giant Vinci Aiports offers a total of EUR 501m for the management of the airport over the next 25 years. This amounts to EUR 14.6 per share. Considering that the state stands to get 83.15%, which is the percentage of shares owned by the Republic of Serbia, close to EUR 417m will be paid to the state budget of the total amount. The rest, EUR 84m, will be paid to the remaining shareholders, among which are companies, investment and pension funds, but also citizens who have acquired the shares of the Belgrade Airport for free.
Banca Intesa buys part of credit portfolio of ProCredit Bank
ProCredit Bank assigned a part of its credit portfolio to Banca Intesa in late 2017, the Kamatica portal reports. As the portal says, clients with credits in ProCredit Bank were sent a memo on December 27 informing them that they would be repaying their debts to Banca Intesa from that point on. Although a part of the credit portfolio has been assigned to another bank, current accounts are not part of the arrangement. All the accounts opened at ProCredit Bank are still active, as are the products tied to those accounts, such as cards and overdrafts. The memo sent to clients states that Banca Intesa has taken over certain credits, and as Kamatica learns, the terms of the loans will not change.
Four companies from Russia and China interested in RTB Bor?
Four companies are interested in RTB Bor, according to B92. The companies in question come from Russia and China. The tender for the privatization of RTB Bor is expected in the first half of the year. The potential partners are actively analyzing the business activities in RTB Bor to the end of reaching the decision on taking part in the privatization process – claims the B92 source. Minister of Energy Aleksandar Antic stated late last year that a tender for a strategic partner for RTB Bor would be signed in late March.
Dnevni izveštaj 19.07.2018
19.07.2018 | Raspisan tender za RTB Bor; NBS: Dobit banaka u Srbiji na kraju 2017. godine 68,7 milijardi dinara; U prvoj polovini 2018. izdato 45.000 elektronskih građevinskih dozvola; SBITOP u plusu od 0,34%; Indeksi u Americi i Evropi u plusu, objave rezultata u primarnom fokusu
Daily Report 19.07.2018
19.07.2018 | Tender for RTB Bor opens; NBS: Profit of banks in Serbia amounts to RSD 68.7 billion at end-2017; First half of 2018 sees 45,000 electronic building permits issued; SBITOP up 0.34%; Stocks rise as Morgan Stanley and CSX surge on earnings, European stocks close higher as well
Dnevni izveštaj 18.07.2018
18.07.2018 | Telekom Srbija planira kupovinu kablovskih operatera; Delta Holding i dalje čeka dozvole za realizaciju tri projekta u Beogradu vredna 400 mil EUR - Prihod kompanije 30,1 milijardi dinara u prvoj polovini 2018.; Izvoz Srbije u 2017. porastao 12,1 odsto, a uvoz za 13,6%; SBITOP izgubio 1%; Nasdaq na novom rekordu poguran skokom na Amazonu, Evropski indeksi u plusu
Daily Report 18.07.2018
18.07.2018 | Telekom Srbija planning purchase of cable operators; Delta Holding still waiting for permits for realization of three projects in Belgrade worth EUR 400 million – Company's 1H 2018 revenues amount to RSD 30.1 billion; Serbia's exports up 12.1% in 2017, imports up 13.6%; SBITOP down 1%; Nasdaq hits all-time high after Amazon reaches record, Netflix rebounds well off lows, European stocks close higher amid earnings
Dnevni izveštaj 17.07.2018
17.07.2018 | Za smanjenje poreza na zarade država razmatra tri opcije; Ulaganja u IT u Srbiji 62 EUR po stanovniku - U Evropi prosek i do 800 EUR; U Ljubljani zvanično otvoren srpsko-slovenački poslovni klub - Robna razmena dve zemlje premašila milijardu evra; Slovenija opet kreće s privatizacijom Nove Ljubljanske banke; Dow u plusu poguran rastom na akcijama banaka, Evropa u minusu nakon sastanka Tramp-Putin, objave u fokusu
Daily Report 17.07.2018
17.07.2018 | State considering three options for earnings tax reduction; Investments in IT in Serbia at EUR 62 per capita – European average up to EUR 800; Serbian-Slovenian business club officially opens in Ljubljana – Trade between two countries exceeds EUR 1 billion; Slovenia to launch IPO of lender NLB in 2018; Financials lead Dow higher after better-than-expected earnings from Bank of America, European stocks close lower as Trump and Putin meet, earnings season in focus
Dnevni izveštaj 16.07.2018
16.07.2018 | Uskoro manji porez na zarade; Javni dug Srbije na kraju maja porastao na 59,9 odsto BDP-a; FCA najveći izvoznik Srbije u prvih šest meseci; Luka Koper povećala prihode za 6% u prvom polugođu 2018; Nasdaq na novom rekordu nakon skoka na Amazonu, Evropa u simboličnom plusu
Daily Report 16.07.2018
16.07.2018 | Lower income tax as of 2019; Serbia’s public debt rises in May; FCA tops list of Serbian exporters; Luka Koper reports 6% higher revenues for 1H 2018; S&P 500 posts best close since February, Nasdaq inches to record as Amazon gains, European markets close slightly higher amid global trade fears
Dnevni izveštaj 13.07.2018
13.07.2018 | NBS: Međugodišnja inflacija u junu 2,3%; NBS: Referentna kamatna stopa zadržana na nepromenjenom nivou; TIGR: Pirotski Tigar počeo proizvodnju 15.000 pari čizama za finsku vojsku; Poljski LOT kupuje Croatia Airlines?; Facebook i Amazon vodili Nasdaq do novog rekorda, Evropa u plusu nakon pada od prekjuče
Daily Report 13.07.2018
13.07.2018 | NBS: Annual inflation in June at 2.3%; NBS: No change in key policy rate; TIGR: Tigar Pirot starts production of 15,000 pairs of boots for Finnish army; Polish LOT to purchase Croatia Airlines?; Nasdaq rises to all-time high as Amazon and Facebook hit records, European markets close higher after latest trade war jolt