Top of the agenda: what you can't miss in the economy and markets this week

The season of results enters the final stretch on both sides of the Atlantic and it is the economic data that focus the attention. In Europe, GDP for the second quarter returns to a second reading, while in the United States the eyes remain on the labor market.

Despite the pandemic, Portuguese real estate companies register high interest from international clients

Despite the impact in the months of confinement, foreign investors have not lost interest in Portugal and some real estate agents are already growing in the international segment.

Inflation in China increases by 2,7% yoy in July

China's consumer price index (CPI), the main inflation indicator, grew 2,7% in July, year on year, reported the Chinese Statistics Office.

Media Capital lost 14,4 million in the first half, as a result of the pandemic and lower audiences

TVI's proprietary group suffered a 36% decline in revenues, caused by the Covid-19 pandemic and the loss of leadership to SIC in generalist television audiences. Media Capital believes in recovery and promises to reinforce content in September.

PremiumFalling labor force could prevent rapid economic recovery

The unemployment rate fell in the second quarter, but the impact of the pandemic on tourism and the increase in global competition in the age of teleworking are of concern to experts consulted by JE.

Stigma with Chinese products and drop in tourists leave Chinese restaurants in crisis

Chinese restaurants suffer more breaks in the business than national restaurants due to the stigma associated with products from China, a country where the new coronavirus was first detected, and because the Asian tourist stopped visiting Portugal.
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