Covid-19 deaths in Europe exceed two million / Article

The office stressed that the figure is shocking, but shows only a fraction of the deaths. The number of new cases of Covid-19 infection is declining, but it is still too high, according to the WHO European Office. Covid-19 is still a “virus killer”, especially in unvaccinated people and people with other diseases, the organization … Read more

Raising the interest rate is destroying global markets.. losses exceed trillions of dollars

European shares fell on Friday, heading for their worst week in two months, after a sharp fall in Wall Street as investors feared a bigger interest rate hike would be needed to curb high inflation. The European Stoxx 600 index fell 0.6%, by 07:09 GMT, and the shares of the travel, entertainment and technology sectors … Read more

CCL jumped almost $4 at the beginning of the month and returned to exceed $210

While, the MEP -also valued with the Global 2030- increased 1.7% ($3.39) in this round, to end at $209.38after climbing 8.1% ($15.39) last month. It is worth remembering that in just one week the prices managed to recover up to $25 of the more than $40 they had lost between the end of January and … Read more

Euribor rates are expected to exceed 1% in November. Increase affects almost 300,000 families

Euribor rates are expected to rise in the near future, and are expected to even exceed 1% in November this year, according to ‘Diário de Notícias’ (DN), citing an economist who analyzed the effects of inflation on the pockets of the Portuguese. Filipe Garcia, economist at the IMF, considers that with inflation continuing with this … Read more

“Meta” profits exceed Wall Street expectations… $7.5 billion despite adverse conditions

Subscribe to Al Diyar YouTube channel for free US company Meta’s quarterly profit beat Wall Street expectations despite slowing revenue growth, and the company that includes Facebook and Instagram has attracted new users to its social networks. The group achieved net profits of $7.47 billion in the first quarter of this year, a decline of … Read more