Cellnex Telecom maintains the commercial dynamism of the last quarters thanks to the momentum of recent acquisitions. At the end of last September, revenues have increased 53%, to 1,760 million euros, while adjusted ebitda has risen to 59%, with 1,334 million euros. The net accounting result shows losses of 145 million euros, due to the… Continue reading Cellnex Earns 53% More Until September Due To Impulse Of Its European Conquests
The Minister of Agriculture, Livestock and Environment of the Government of Aragon, Joaquín Olona, said this Thursday that “Aragon will not be harmed by the reform of the CAP” since “it will maintain its financial record and will see improvements, but maintain the anomalies and it does not give sufficient support to the professional and… Continue reading Aragon Is Not Harmed By CAP Reform, But The Improvements Seem Insufficient To Us
Just a year ago, world stock markets hit lows after months of trying to recover the rate from the shock caused by the pandemic between the months of February and March 2020. After a first acceleration in purchases during the three sessions that followed the 29th of October, until the miracle took place on November… Continue reading One Year After The Start Of The ‘San Pfizer’ Rally
We have been watching the price of electricity reach all-time highs for weeks . The bad news is that the situation will not change much for the rest of the year and, most likely, it will last until next spring. Why? Fundamentally, for two reasons: the high prices of CO2 emission rights and the rising… Continue reading The Biggest Barrier To Self-Consumption
Today inflation is on the front pages of newspapers around the world , and for good reason. The prices of more and more goods and services are rising in a way not seen in decades. This inflationary peak, together with the shortage of supply, be it real or feared, is generating anxiety in consumers and… Continue reading What Policies Does The Rise In Inflation Require?