João Barros

USA: Weekly number of new unemployed is the lowest in three months

The North American labor market recorded the biggest weekly drop in the number of new unemployed registered since August, this is the week in which the indicator established new three-month lows. The number of payment subsidies was, in the week ending February 13, the lowest since March.

Novabase with profits of 7,5 million euros in 2020

The technology says that the three operations of buying and selling stakes in 2020 put it in the position it needed in terms of ownership to carry out the strategy defined until 2023, dubbed the Next Generation.

Speakers of Observatório JE / Crédito Agrícola do not believe in uncontrolled or “lax” management of public accounts

The relaxation of European budgetary rules should not be permanent, but only a help in combating the adverse effects of Covid-19 in European economies, defend economists Francisca Guedes de Oliveira and Licínio Pina at the JE / Crédito Agrícola Observatory held this Thursday. The national government should mirror the EU's recommendations and recover the budgetary consolidation path soon.

Moratoriums cannot turn Covid-19's economic crisis into a financial crisis, argues José Crespo de Carvalho

The disproportionate volume of credit default in Portugal, when compared to the rest of Europe, allows strong impacts to national banking to be anticipated in the post-Covid period, this in a sector that had registered a positive recovery path in recent years.

Anchorage raises over 80 million dollars and provides 50 more jobs in Portugal

The fintech that stood out for the creation of the first cryptocurrency bank in the USA continues the interest revealed this year by giants like Visa and now intends to expand its operation in Europe, one of the objectives for the capital now raised.

National confidence and economic climate indicators fall in February

The national result contrasts with that seen at European level, where confidence in the economy seems to be recovering in February. The drops in confidence in Portugal are transversal to the various sectors, except that of industry.
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