Daily Report 11.04.2019
Datum objave: 11.04.2019
IMF: Serbia's GDP to grow 3.5 pct in 2019, 4 pct in 2020
The IMF has retained a 3.5 pct forecast for Serbia's GDP growth in 2019 and projects a 4 pct growth rate in 2020. In an IMF report released on Tuesday, Serbia is in a group of developing European countries that also includes Poland, Turkey, Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria and Croatia.
According to figures available on the IMF website, Serbia will have the highest economic growth of all countries in the group in 2020 while this year it is behind only Hungary and Poland.
World Bank: Serbia has good HCI ranking
In the World Bank's latest World Development Report, Serbia ranks 27th in the Human Capital Index (HCI) of 157 economies, World Bank expert Simeon Djankov recalled in Belgrade Wednesday. Serbia is right behind Belgium and Israel, he said at the presentation of the report. By comparison, Serbia is ranked above other economies in the region - Macedonia (88), Kosovo (80), Montenegro (59), Bosnia and Herzegovina (58), Albania (56), Bulgaria (44) and Croatia (36).
Serbian industrial output, exports revive in February
Serbian industrial output revived in February and favourable external trade tendencies were registered as well, according to experts with the economic magazine MAT. "February brought a turnaround in terms of revived industrial production after two or three bad months and the processing industry grew particularly, which is very good," MAT contributor Ivan Nikolic said at Tuesday's presentation of the latest issue of the magazine. Exports are back in double figures, with an export-to-import ratio of 74.1 pct, he said. Inflation was completely within the target band and the fiscal surplus in the first two months of the year was 25 mln dinars higher than planned, he said.
S&P 500 rises as ‘majority’ of Fed sees no change in rates this year, European stocks close higher as ECB holds rates
The S&P 500 rose slightly on Wednesday, as the Federal Reserve reaffirmed that it would keep rates unchanged this year. The Dow Jones industrial average pared small early gains, ending the day 9 points higher. The Dow was dragged down by a 1.1% drop in Boeing shares. The S&P 500 finished the day up 0.4% while the Nasdaq composite was ended up 0.7%.
Delta Air Lines announced Wednesday that it generated record revenue in the first quarter and that its profit and sales for the period beat Wall Street’s expectations. The stock was up 1.6%.
European stocks closed slightly higher Wednesday, after the European Central Bank left interest rates unchanged and investors looked ahead to an emergency Brexit summit. The pan-European Stoxx 600 closed provisionally up around 0.2%, with most sectors in positive territory.
Europe’s retail stocks were the top performers, up over 1% amid earnings news. Supermarket group Tesco reported a stronger-than-anticipated rise in full-year operating profit on Wednesday, putting the company firmly on track to meet the majority of its turnaround goals. Shares of Britain’s biggest retailer rose more than 3.5% on the news.
Dnevni izveštaj 25.04.2019
25.04.2019 | JMBN: Srbija prodaje u deo u Jubmes banci tokom maja; Misija MMF početkom maja u Beogradu; Potpisan Memorandum Srbije, Beograda i kineske kompanije u vezi izgradnje metroa; Rezultati Caterpillara i AT&T oborili indekse, Evropa u minusu, SAP skočio 12%
Daily Report 25.04.2019
25.04.2019 | JMBN: Serbia to sell 28.5% stake in Jubmes Banka in May - fin min; IMF mission to visit Belgrade in early May; Chinese want in on Belgrade Subway project – Memorandum signed between Serbia, City of Belgrade and Chinese company; S&P 500 slips from record close as Caterpillar and AT&T fall on earnings, European markets close lower amid corporate earnings, SAP shares jump 12%
Dnevni izveštaj 24.04.2019
24.04.2019 | Srbija poslala ponudu Volkswagenu - Ako prihvate, stižu u Inđiju, alternativa Jagodina; Šećera jedva za domaće potrebe, možda će morati i da se uvozi; Huawei otvara regionalni centar za inovacije u Beogradu - Kineski tehnološki div i Vlada Srbije razvijaju projekat pametnih gradova; Dobri rezultati podigli indekse na Wall Streetu, Evropa u plusu takođe
Daily Report 24.04.2019
24.04.2019 | Serbia sends offer to Volkswagen – If they accept, factory to be located in Indjija, Jagodina as alternative; Serbian sugar industry produces barely enough sugar for domestic needs; Huawei to open regional innovation center in Belgrade – Chinese technological giant and Government of Serbia to develop smart cities project; S&P 500 and Nasdaq rally to record closing highs after strong earnings from broad range of companies, Europe markets close higher as investors brace for earnings deluge
Dnevni izveštaj 23.04.2019
23.04.2019 | Evropska investiciona banka uložila više od 5,5 mlrd EUR u Srbiju - U toku realizacija 16 velikih projekata; Nastavak pregovora o obilaznici i izgradnji metroa u Beogradu sa Powerchinom; MK Grupa ponovo na čelu srpskog agrara; Nedelja startovala bez većih promena na Wall Streetu, Evropa zatvorena zbog tamošnjeg vaskršnjeg ponedeljka
Daily Report 23.04.2019
23.04.2019 | European Investment Bank invests more than EUR 5.5 billion in Serbia – Realization of 16 big projects in progress; Powerchina eyes Serbia's Belgrade metro construction project; MK Group regains top rank in Serbian agribusiness; Stocks end the day little changed as Wall Street braces for a corporate earnings deluge, EU markets were closed
Dnevni izveštaj 22.04.2019
22.04.2019 | AIK razmatra kupovinu još nekih banaka u Srbiji i regionu; NBS: Inflacija za godinu dana unapred očekivana na 2,5-2,7%; Vodafon dobio dozvolu za rad u Srbiji; NYSE i evropska tržišta bila su zatvorena u petak
Daily Report 22.04.2019
22.04.2019 | AIK banka considering acquiring other banks in Serbia, region; NBS: One year ahead inflation expected at 2.5-2.7%; Serbian regulator issues license to Vodafone; NYSE&EU markets were closed on Friday
Nedeljni pregled 15.04.-19.04.2019
22.04.2019 | Nedeljni pregled tržišta 15-19.april 2019.
Weekly overview 15.04.-19.04.2019
22.04.2019 | Rise at Komercijalna supported additional BELEX15 weekly gain