EDP ​​Comercial rises 3% and applies MIBEL adjustment from January

EDP ​​Comercial announced today that it will increase the electricity bill of residential customers by around 3%, on average, as of January 1, 2023. The justification is the volatility of the cost of purchasing energy. Notice that they didn’t say the increase in energy costs, because right now they are actually going down. “As of … Read more

CSN (CSNA3) ends fight in court and restructures control — share rises more than 6%

Putting an end to a long fight in court, the National Steel Company (CSN) informed that it made an agreement regarding the control of the company, giving rise to a new shareholder arrangement. Until then, the misunderstanding took place between CSN, Rio Purus Participações and CFL Participações — the latter two held the shares of … Read more

Oil rises sharply as the West plans to impose a price cap on Russian oil

Oil prices v Tuesday rose around 2% since the WSJ reported that G7 a EU they plan to implement tomorrow strop on prices Russian oilto punish the Kremlin for his invasion of Ukraine. The price could range from 60 in the region dollars for barrel up to 70 dollars for barrel. However, disputes between members … Read more

The dollar is rising with the decline of the Chinese yuan, due to the concern of Corona injuries

The US dollar rose strongly against major currencies today, while the Chinese yuan fell as sentiment deteriorated due to the rise in coronavirus infections and the tightening of restrictions in some cities in the second largest economy in the world. The Chinese capital, Beijing, recorded two deaths on November 20, while the city’s most populous … Read more

On the eve of the World Cup, Infantino rises against ‘moral lessons’

Fifa President Gianni Infantino said on Saturday that he felt “Arab”, “gay”, “migrant worker”, strongly criticizing, on the eve of the kick-off of the World Cup-2022, the “moral lessons” of detractors of Qatar, which according to him are “hypocrisy”. In a press conference, the Italian-Swiss leader highlighted his Italian origins to ensure that he felt … Read more

‘Park Seong-gwang ♥’ Lee Sol-yi, “The fever rises to 39 degrees and all organs melt”… What is this?

[스포츠조선닷컴 김수현기자] Comedian Park Seong-gwang’s wife Lee Sol-yi is suffering from a severe cold. On the 19th, Lee Sol-yi said, “I was proud of my physical strength until now.. I went to Danang and went to golf without taking a break. I got the flu…” he said. He then asked, “I thought my organs would … Read more

“Wonderland” Japan that does not get angry even with low annual income, prices rise by 4% in one year, but annual income rises by 3% in 20 years | This Week’s Weekly Diamond Highlights | Diamond Online

diamond editorial department “Weekly Diamond” November 26 issue‘s first feature is “High profit & high annual income industry company map”. What is reflected in the latest edition of the average annual income ranking is that the top companies are not only high-income companies, but also representative high-profit companies. In fact, the reality is that the … Read more

Will the fixed term pay more after the dollar rises?: This will be done by the BCRA

Since September, the Central Bank of the Argentine Republic (BCRA) has not touched the performance of the traditional fixed term. Last time, he took it to 75% (Annual Nominal Rate -TNA), which is equivalent to an Annual Effective Rate (TEA) of 107%. Until that month, it had been adjusting the performance of these investment instruments … Read more

Violent protests in Guangzhou, China: Frustration over ‘zero coronavirus’ rises – BBC News

November 16, 2022 By Stephen McDonnell, BBC News, Beijing, China image provided, Twitter image caption, Protesters tried to overturn police car (video) In Guangzhou, an industrial city in southern China, on the night of the 14th, citizens exploded in anger over strict regulations to combat the new coronavirus, and some groups ignored the lockdown and … Read more

UK inflation rises to 41-year high of 11.1% – Bloomberg

Inflation in the UK hit a 41-year high of 11.1% in October. The reason for the Bank of England to continue raising interest rates has strengthened. The consumer price index (CPI) rose 11.1% in October from a year earlier, according to the Office for Official Statistics (ONS) data, beating the central bank’s 10.9% estimate and … Read more