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05.05.2016

Italy: meeting government-trade unions, within two weeks Glencore will reveal his intentions of Alcoa

Meeting at Palazzo Chigi between the Government and representatives of the metalworkers' unions to take stock of the Alcoa dispute. The Government has announced that within two weeks we will know the intentions of Glencore, the Swiss multinational in talks to detect the aluminum plant of the US group which is located in Sardinia.

 
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04.05.2016

Finance: What do financial analysts ask? (Part 2)

The theme of the definition of a new tool for Corporate Reporting is a topic that in recent years has been gaining an increasingly importance for managers, consultants and financial analysis. Annual Reports are often too long, many of the pieces of information given are not related to each other, high gaps in communication remain and investors, institutional lenders, management and more generally stakeholders believe that a large part of the information that is disclosed is not adequate to facilitate their decision-making process.

 
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04.05.2016

Air France-KLM reduces losses in the first quarter of 2016

In the first quarter of 2016, Air France-KLM Group has reduced the losses to 155 million euro, a sharp decrease from the 559 million cases of red in the same period last year. The Dutch French group accounts improved primarily due to lower fuel prices, while weighing on the outlook for the full year the threat of terrorism, which has decreased the passengers, and currency uncertainties related to the value of the euro, which could void the benefits of a cheaper raw. In the first quarter of 2016, Air France-KLM posted a sales increase of 0.4 percent, rose to 5.6 billion euro, transporting 19 million and 896mila passengers, up 4.6 percent over the same period 2015. increased by 0.3 per cent capacity, in line with the recovery plan Perform 2020, which provides for an increase of 2.3 per cent per annum of places available between 2017 and 2020.

 
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04.05.2016

Official: Eurogroup meeting on May 9 for Greece

The Eurogroup will hold a special meeting to examine the situation of macro-economic adjustment program for Greece. The meeting is scheduled Monday, May 9 starting at 15 in Brussels. The meeting of ministers of the euro zone Finance, anticipated in late April via Twitter by the spokesman of the President of the Eurogroup, Jeroen Dijsselbloem, "will focus on a comprehensive list of policy reforms and the sustainability of the Greek public debt." "To carry out the first review of the program and unlock additional financial assistance in favor of Greece both of these elements must be defined," he said on the European Council website.

 
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04.05.2016

USA: Employment growth slows

It slows up employment in the private sector excluding agriculture in the United States. In April, there was an increase of 156 thousand units, against 194,000 units in March (the preliminary figure was 2,145,000). Growth was well below market expectations, which were for an increase of 196 thousand units. The figure was announced by Automated Data Processing (ADP), which each month publishes this report on the labor market on the basis of the aggregate data received from the private sector. This report precedes the official of the Department of Labour, which will be published Friday.

 
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04.05.2016

Shell: net profit down 89% in first quarter

The collapse in oil prices affect in a decisive manner on Royal Dutch Shell accounts. The Anglo-Dutch giant has closed the first quarter with a net profit of 421 million euro, a 89% decrease compared to 4.43 billion dollars in the same period of 2015. Without considering depreciation and exceptional costs, net profit amounted to $ 1.55 billion, -58%. The company also announced that it has reduced to 30 billion dollars from 33 previously expected, the investments planned in 2016.

 
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04.05.2016

TTIP: France says "no" to the EU-US

France is opposed in a decisive manner transatlantic trade agreement of free trade between Europe and the United States, known as TTIP, Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership. French President, Francois Hollande, said he was opposed in the cartel and the secretary of state Matthias Fekl, foreign trade, criticized the persistent position of the Americans and the lack of reciprocity, demanding an end to the negotiations.

 
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04.05.2016

Pop singer Beyoncé invests in Wtrmln Wtr, producer of natural beverages

Beyoncé, the pop star Texas, after being climb atop the hit parade, decided to investiire a part of his wealth in the natural beverage industry, more precisely on the watermelon juice. The singer, who Forbes is worth $ 450 million, bought a share "significantly" in Wtrmln Wtr, a company whose forte are squeezed melons, seasoned only with a few drops of lemon. "This type of product is the future of clean hydration - wrote the singer in a statement - It's more of an investment in a brand. It' s a bet on women's leadership, American agriculture and on people's health and of the planet. "

 
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04.05.2016

EU: in Italy continues moderate growth

The EU Commission sees continuing in Italy a "moderate growth" but revises downward the GDP 2016: 1.4% expected in February goes down to + 1.1%. Brussels confirms, then, the estimates on Italian unemployment in 2016 (11.4%) and slightly lower than the 2017 (from 11.3% to 11.2%). In the spring forecast, Brussels also revise downward the Italian deficit of 2016 (from 2.5% forecast in February down to 2.4%), but raised the estimates for the one of 2017 (from 1.5% to 1, 9%). The structural deficit instead, "after a marginal improvement" in 2015, "worsens by more than half a percentage point in 2016", reaching -1.7%. It remains unchanged in 2017.

 
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04.05.2016

Johnson & Johnson will have to pay 55 mln, talc accused

Blow to Johnson & Johnson, which will have to compensate the record sum of 55 million dollars to an American woman. A St. Louis court has in fact imposed on the American company a maxi-compensation against Gloria Ristesund, 62 year old of South Dakota which states that the use for years of talc-based products led her to develop an ovarian cancer . It is not the first unfavorable verdict for J & J, after he was sentenced in February to pay $ 72 million to the family of an Alabama woman, Jackie Fox died following an ovarian cancer, who had sued claiming that illness, and death was caused by products containing talc. In addition the company is facing some 1,200 lawsuits on charges of failing to inform users about the risks linked to its talc-based products.

 
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