Daily Report 06.11.2018
Datum objave: 06.11.2018
NIIS: Gazprom Energy Holding and NIS to start building thermal power plant and heating plant in early 2019
As Politika writes in the issue of November 2, Gazprom Energy Holding, a subsidiary of Gazprom, will start building a power plant/heating plant, which will produce all energy from gas, in early 2019. The plan is for the works to be completed in the third quarter of 2020, and the plant will take up around two hectares. This is a joint project of Gazprom Energy Holding and Naftna Industrija Srbije, where the Russian partner will have a 51% stake, whereas the Serbian partner will own 49% of the project. A 100%-branch Srpska Generacija – Novi Sad – TE-TO Pancevo was founded for the purpose of project management.
Pay bands not before 2020 after all
The Government of Serbia has decided to postpone the implementation of two laws that were supposed to start being implemented on January 1, 2019. As announced in the Official Gazette, these are the Law on the Salary System in the Public Sector and the Law on Employees in Public Services. This practically means that the implementation of the regulations on pay bands is postponed until January 1, 2020.
Ministry of Finance: Serbian GDP growth to hit 4.2% in 2018 and 3.5% in 2019
Serbian economy is expected to reach 4.2% growth in 2018, while in 2019 it should be at 3.5%, Ministry of Finance reported. Initial projection for 2018 was 3.5% growth, which is now hiked to 4.2%, based on trends seen in the first half of the year and short term macro indicators, the statement says.
Source: RTV, Ilirika
Telekom Srbija acquires 100% stake in Kopernikus Technology
Telekom Srbija has officially acquired a 100 pct stake in Kopernikus Technology, Serbia's second-largest cable operator. The acquisition increases Telekom Srbija's television customer base by about 30 pct and its share in the television market by 7 pct, Serbia's largest telecommunications company said in a statement.
Dow rises nearly 200 points as Berkshire Hathaway jumps, but Apple drags down Nasdaq, Europe markets close mixed after early gains, oil and gas stocks jump, Vopak up 4.7%
Stocks mostly rose on Monday as Berkshire Hathaway boosted the broader financials sector, but a sharp decline in Apple dented tech shares. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 200 points, while the S&P 500 gained 0.6 percent. Berkshire Hathaway's Class B shares climbed 4.6 percent after the company reported over the weekend better-than-expected earnings.
The Dow also climbed as Chevron shares jumped nearly 4 percent to lead the energy sector higher. Chevron rose after Credit Suisse upgraded it to outperform from neutral, noting the company has a compelling free cash flow and valuation.
But the Nasdaq Composite fell 0.4 percent as Apple and Amazon both fell more than 2 percent. Apple shares fell after Rosenblatt Securities downgraded Apple amid expectations of lower iPhone sales. Amazon's stock pulled back after President Donald Trump said the administration was looking into antitrust violations committed by the e-commerce giant.
European stocks lacked an overall direction in late Monday trading, closing mixed as investors digested different political events. The pan-European Stoxx 600 closed down 0.09 percent provisionally, with the various sectors taking different directions. Technology was down by about 1.5 percent, whereas oil and gas stocks jumped by about the same amount.
Looking at individual stocks, Vopak rose 4.7 percent after reporting higher-than-expected results. Siemens health care also jumped 2.7 percent on its latest earnings release.
On the other hand, Italian banks were under pressure. Although they eased past the tests' adverse scenario requirements, analysts believe the macro assumptions for Italy were a little too optimistic. Banco BPM and Intesa Sanpaolo dropped about 2 and 1.6 percent, respectively.
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%