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The USA will start deliveries of natural gas to Germany from 2022

Germany will begin to purchase liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the United States after the manner of Poland and the Baltic countries. German energy company, Uniper SE, a partner of Gazprom, announced the signing of a contract with the European ...
29.01.2019

China allowed S & P Global Ratings to access the domestic market

The Chinese authorities have allowed an international rating agency to access their domestic market. S & P Global Ratings creates a subsidiary of S & P Credit Rating (China) Co. in China, the People’s Bank of China said. The National ...
29.01.2019

Apple suppliers expand production outside of China

The contract manufacturer of gadgets, Pegatron, which accounts for about 30% of Apple's orders, expands production outside of China. The company will open offices in Indonesia, Vietnam and India. Pegatron president reports that the pace of ...
29.01.2019

Saudi Aramco to invest $1.6 billion in South Korean Hyundai Oilbank

The state-owned oil company, Saudi Aramco, will buy about 20% of the shares of the oil refining company from South Korea, Hyundai Oilbank. The deal value will amount to $1.6 billion, Reuters reports. Saudi Aramco will buy up to 19.9% of the ...
29.01.2019

ECB: growth in the eurozone will slow in 2019

A survey conducted by analysts at the ECB showed a decline in growth forecasts for the euro area in 2019. Previously, the growth of the EU economy was expected at 1.8% in 2019. The current expert rating was 1.5%. Analysts predict inflation ...
28.01.2019

Airbus threatens to leave the UK

Airbus representatives announced the transfer of production from the UK, if the Brexit deal is not reached, Bloomberg reports. In this case, jobs and transparency for businesses in Britain will be at risk. Airbus produces wings for airplanes ...
28.01.2019

The volume of mortgage loans issued in the UK decreased in December

UK banks have issued fewer mortgage loans in December compared with November, Reuters reports. The total amount of loans dropped to 1.235 billion pounds. This is the lowest value since 2016. Banks issued 6% more loans than a year ago, but less ...
28.01.2019

The volume of retail sales in the UK remained unchanged in January

A survey of 103 British retailers showed that retail sales in January remained at the same level. In December, the figure fell by 13%, and analysts had expected it to grow in early 2019. In 2018, sales fell to the level of November 2011 and ...
28.01.2019

Germany's business climate index drops to three-year low

In January, the business climate index in Germany fell to 99.1 points against the value of December at 101 points, the Ifo research institute reported. The indicator reached its lowest level since February 2016. Experts had predicted a decline ...
28.01.2019

Norway has set new record in green car sales

Norway has set a new record in sales of cars on new energy sources. In 2018, the share of green cars sold in the country was 31.2% against 20.9% in 2017. If we include hybrid models in this number, the percentage will increase to 49.1% against ...
28.01.2019

Chinese oil and gas company Sinopec increased its net profit by 22% in 2018

Net profit of Sinopec, the Chinese oil and gas company with a high share of state capital, grew by 22.04% in 2018. The company received $9.18 billion last year, Sinopec representatives say. Earnings per share rose to $0.08 versus $0.06 in 2017. ...
28.01.2019

Chinese smartphone market fell by 11%

The Chinese smartphone market declined by 11% in the last quarter of 2018, analysts at Strategy Analytics report. Device shipments to China have declined for the fifth time in a row. In the fourth quarter of 2018, about 108 million smartphones ...
28.01.2019

Europe has become the main buyer of natural gas from the US

Sales of American liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Europe increased fivefold, due to which the Eurozone countries became the main buyers of LNG from the United States. Europe bought more natural gas from the United States than South Korea and ...
28.01.2019

Reduced shipping prices indicated the slowing of global economy

The cost of shipping has been falling over the past six months, indicating that the global economy has slowed down, Reuters reports. The Baltic Dry Index shipping cost indicator has fallen by 47% since the summer of 2018. Baltic Dry takes into ...
28.01.2019

Oil exports from the United States will increase significantly by 2020

The United States will become a net exporter of oil by 2020 due to increased production, according to a report by the Information Department at the US Department of Energy. As oil product production grows, the United States will reduce domestic ...
25.01.2019

China's trade with the participants of “One Belt, One Road” grew by 16.3% in 2018

The volume of China’s trade with the countries of the “One Belt, One Road” initiative grew by 16.3% last year. Trade with these countries accounted for 27.4% of the country's foreign trade relations. In 2018, China imported goods worth $563 ...
25.01.2019

Brexit without a deal threatens the growth of exports of Scotch whiskey

Britain’s withdrawal from the EU without a deal threatens the growth of Scotch whiskey exports, Reuters reports, citing the Scotch Whiskey Association. Brexit without an agreement will be the reason for the complication of trade between the ...
25.01.2019

Profit of the largest railway company in the United States fell 4.7 times

The net profit of Union Pacific Corp., the largest railway company in North America, fell 4.7 times in 2018 to $1.55 billion, or $2.12 per share. Last year, the company made a profit of $7.28 billion, or $9.25 per share. High performance in ...
25.01.2019

Business activity in the US private sector intensified in January

The survey by IHS Markit showed business growth in January and an increase in production in services. Production grew at a maximum rate in 8 months. Business activity in January increased at a steady pace, but the growth rate fell to a minimum ...
25.01.2019

Sony headquarters will move from Britain to the Netherlands

Japanese Sony will move its headquarters from Britain to Holland due to the uncertainty about the country's withdrawal from the European Union. A company representative, Takashi Iida, noted that the company was moving from its European headquarters ...
25.01.2019
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