EFE Economic Day topics for Tuesday, July 9, 2024

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EFE Economic Day topics for Tuesday, July 9, 2024

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MADRID – Antonio Caramendi, president of the CEOE, is presiding over the employers’ association’s annual general meeting amid negotiations with the government and unions to reduce the working week.

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Home finance

MADRID – The Bank of Spain publishes a report on the financial situation of households and companies in the first half of the year, including the impact of the first downward revisions to interest rates on variable mortgages contracted in the past.

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Inditex Board

Arteixo (A Coruña)/Madrid – Spain’s largest listed company Inditex, the textile chain, reduced the mandate of its board members by two years in a vote of its shareholders, in which Sareb’s former chairman joins. , Roman Bethlehem.

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Central Reserve

WASHINGTON – United States Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell explained the agency’s monetary policy before the Senate Banking Committee, with intervention markets focused on possible announcements of when interest rate cuts will begin. . Interest rates.

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IBEX Committee

Madrid – IBEX’s Technical Advisory Committee (CAT) could decide on the entry of international fragrance and fashion Puig to replace Melia, given its size and trade volume, at an extraordinary meeting this Tuesday, experts say.

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Railway transport

Madrid – INE publishes data on the use of rail transport in 2023, which was 60% higher than that provided by Renfe before the pandemic and the entry of competitors this year, although the collective cost of passengers is barely there. 10% more.

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The Argentine Economy

Ducuman (Argentina) – Argentina’s President Javier Millay plans to sign the “May Agreement”, which seeks to lay the foundations for the restructuring of the Argentine economy, with initiatives such as fiscal balance, reduction of public spending. About 25% of GDP and tax cuts.

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Information agenda

9:00 am- Madrid.- Rail transport.- The National Institute of Statistics (INE) publishes statistics on rail transport for the whole of 2023. (text)

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10:00 am- Madrid.- EDENRED Companies.- Digital platform Edenred, developer of Ticket Restaurant and other benefit strategies to retain work talent, hosts a press breakfast attended by its CEO, Stanislas de Bourgues and Marketing Director. , Manuel Asia. They will review the company’s news and short-term outlook as well as the latest data on the ticket restaurant. Calle de Alfonso XII, 30, Retiro, 28014. Madrid.

10:00h.- Madrid.- Departments of Transport.- Secretary of State for Transport and Sustainable Mobility, José Antonio Santano, III launches the El Economista Mobility Forum.

10:00 am- Madrid.- Household finance.- The Bank of Spain publishes a report on the financial situation of households and companies in the first half of 2024, which sets out financial conditions, financial flows and the economic and property situation. Households and non-financial institutions residing in Spain. (text)

10:00h.- Madrid.- Luxury Tourism.- Círculo Fortuny and Global Blue, international duty-free operator, present the study ‘The elite travel in Spain’ on the purchase of high-impact tourists from outside the European Union countries. Our country.

10:00 am- Barcelona.- Financial Hub.- Media visit to the Innovation ‘Hub’ for Finance opened by the Aticco Group in the Barcelona Stock Exchange building on Passeig de Gràcia. Paseo de Gràcia 19 (Text)

10:30 am- Madrid.- MARKETS OUTLOOK.- Inversis presents its macroeconomic strategy for the third quarter of 2024, Ignacio Muñoz-Alonzo, the company’s macroeconomic strategist.

10:30 am- Barcelona.- Real estate report.- Tecnocasa Group and Pompeu Fabra University (UPF) present the XXXIX report on the housing market, which analyzes the evolution of house prices sold in Spain over the past year. and the current state of the rental market. Albert Calzamiglia Graduation Room. Roger D’Luria Building. UPF Ciutadella campus. Ramon Trias Fargas, 25-27

10:45h.- Madrid.- Spanish debt.- Treasury auctions 3 and 9 month bills.

11:00 am- Barcelona.- BBVA SABADELL.- Pimec employers’ association analyzes the economic impact of BBVA’s potential takeover bid for Banco Sabadell.

11:30 am- Madrid.- Motor Electrification.- Stellandis celebrates its Electrification Day and a press conference with Iberia’s Managing Director Pablo Buey. U-Zalacain Estate. (La Finca urbanization. Sports walk 4, Pozuelo).

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12:00h.- Arteixo (A Coruña)/Madrid.- INDITEX BOARD.- Inditex holds a general meeting of shareholders at its headquarters in Arteixo. (Text) (Photo)

12:00h.- Madrid.- Working day.- CEOE will hold its 2024 General Assembly, at the end of which the president of the association, Antonio Karamendi, will address the media. Mutua Madrileña Auditorium (Paseo Eduardo Dato 20, Madrid) (Text)

12:00h.- VODAFONE redundancies.- The trade union representation of Vodafone Spain (UGT, STC and CCOO) is holding an all-day strike call in the middle of negotiations on the ERE proposed for more than a thousand employees of the company. as well as a call for a gathering in front of the headquarters of the Ministry of Digital Transformation and Public Service, in an event attended by Pepe Alvarez, Secretary General of the UGT. Martha

16:00h.- Madrid.- Insurance Demography.- Mapfre Economics, the research service of Mapfre, presents the report “Demography: analysis of its impact on the insurance activity”, which assesses the sector’s ability to take advantage of demographic changes derived from high levels. Life expectancy of people. (Text)

17:00h.- FLOOR CLAUSES.- ADICAE is holding an online meeting to advise its partners on the next steps for their refunds. No/by reference

17:35h.- Madrid.- IBEX COMMITTEE.- The IBEX 35 Technical Committee meets on an extraordinary basis.

International

Europe

11:00 am- Paris.- OECD Employment.- The OECD releases its annual report on employment.

11:00 am- Brussels.- EU TURKEY.- High level dialogue on trade between EU and Türkiye. Valdis Dombrovskis, Executive Vice President of the Commission, and Omer Bolat, Minister of Trade of Turkey, will participate. (Text)

12:00h.- Paris.- OECD INFLATION.- OECD releases monthly inflation data.

17:00h.- Paris.- FRANCE ECONOMY.- The National Institute of Statistics (INSEE) presents its July economic situation report on the French economy.

America

00:00h.- Bogotá.- COLOMBIA INFLATION.- The National Department of Administrative Statistics (DANE) publishes June inflation data in Colombia. (text)

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3:00 p.m.- Mexico City.- Mexico Inflation.- Mexico’s National Institute of Statistics reveals inflation for June, so, in the middle of the first year, a rebound is expected due to price increases. Prices higher than food and market experts expected (Text) (Photo)

3:00 p.m.- Caracas.- Venezuela Inflation.- Expert explains the reasons for the slowdown in inflation in Venezuela, where price increases in June, according to the government, were the lowest in nearly four decades. (Text) (Photo) (Video)

Tucumán.- Argentine Economy.- This July 9, Javier Milei plans to sign the “May Agreement” in Tucumán, which seeks to lay the foundations for the restructuring of the Argentine economy. The agreement included ten key points, including a non-negotiable fiscal balance, reduction of public spending to historic levels (around 25% of GDP) and tax reform aimed at reducing tax pressure and improving trade. (Text) (Photo) (Video)

3:30 pm- Washington.- IMF Outlook.- Press conference with International Monetary Fund (IMF) Spokesperson Julie Kozak. Curfew is imposed till 11.00

16:00h.- Mexico City.- MEXICO AUTOMOBILE.- Mexico publishes data on the automotive sector for the first half of the year (Text) (Photo)

16:00h.- Washington.- Federal Reserve.- United States Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell gave his semi-annual testimony on monetary policy before the Senate Banking Committee.

Asia

10:00 am- Taipei.- TAIWAN TRADE.- Taiwan’s Ministry of Finance releases foreign trade figures for the first half of the year, which will be marked by global demand for artificial intelligence applications and high-performance computing devices. (text)

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