Topics of the EFE Economic Day Friday, June 14, 2024 (1:00 p.m.)

Topics of the EFE Economic Day Friday, June 14, 2024 (1:00 p.m.)

Spanish debt

Madrid – The debts of all administrations rose to 109% of GDP in the first quarter, an increase of 1.3 points at the end of 2023, while the amount set a new record at 1,613 billion euros, the state’s debt and autonomies will reach historic levels. Maximum.

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BARCELONA – Multinational blood products Grifols, which hopes to close its strategic alliance with Haier Group Corporation this June, is meeting its general shareholders in Sant Cucut del Valles (Barcelona) to approve the annual accounts and consolidated management report from 2023.

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China EU Taxes

BEIJING/SHANGHAI – The European Union’s new tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles have set off a flurry of reactions in the Asian nation, whose officials may respond with similar tariffs on imports of large-displacement European cars and pork, while manufacturers in the sector raise their objections.

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– China urges Turkey to scrap new tariffs on fuel and hybrid vehicles

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– The pork sector in Spain exports about 1,000 million to China.

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American Trade (Analysis)

WASHINGTON – The days when the US bought and manufactured strategic goods in China, the Asian giant competing in major global markets including the US, are coming to an end. In the face of this, Washington is bracing itself with the most protectionist measures in decades.



Short markets

MADRID – European stock markets faced the last session of a week in which losses prevailed, marked by European elections, early elections in France and the decision by the US Federal Reserve to keep its rates unchanged. Interest rates.

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– The Spanish stock market loses 11,000 points in a highly volatile session.

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Bank of Japan

TOKYO – The Bank of Japan (BoJ) announced this Friday that it will reduce its massive purchases of public debt securities, a new step towards a progressive normalization of its debt market. Released last March.

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