BBVA Increases The Investment Of Its Social Plan By 33%

BBVA will invest 550 million euros from 2021 to 2025 in social inclusion projects. The entity increases its allocation to this strategy by almost 33%, compared to the 414.5 million it allocated in the previous plan. The bank headed by Carlos Torres thus reinforces the ‘S’ of ESG (the criteria of Environmental, Social and Governance,… Continue reading BBVA Increases The Investment Of Its Social Plan By 33%

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The Bank Turns Around In A Year And Already Has A Profitability Of 10%

The country’s listed banks, with the exception of Sabadell , already have a profitability (ROE, return on capital) close to 10%, which is expected to be achieved throughout this last semester. The financial sector is rebuilding after the worst of the pandemic and turns 180 degrees in just one year: the most significant entities in… Continue reading The Bank Turns Around In A Year And Already Has A Profitability Of 10%

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Iberdrola Escapes And ‘La Cartera’ Sets An Entry Price For Cellnex

There are investment opportunities that are narrowly missed and that has been the case of Iberdrola in the elEconomista Portfolio , which had set its entry price at 8.6 euros in recent weeks . However, the company chaired by Sánchez-Galán remained 1.2 cents from crossing this threshold, which gave entry to the active management tool… Continue reading Iberdrola Escapes And ‘La Cartera’ Sets An Entry Price For Cellnex

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Misunderstanding Of Chronic Diseases, One In Six Patients Lives With Pain In Spain

In this year dedicated to back pain – a campaign of the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP) – and after the World Day Against Pain (October 13), and the annual congress of the Spanish Pain Society. (SED), a conference with patients has served as a platform to expose the scope of this… Continue reading Misunderstanding Of Chronic Diseases, One In Six Patients Lives With Pain In Spain

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We Have Been Working Since 2009 To Enhance Brand Equity

General Director of Multiópticas since 2017 and more than 15 years working in the company, Carlos Crespo is excited about the current panorama of the company. Sales are back to those of 2019 and the company is focused on moving forward through new projects. Since the creation of Multiópticas, there is something to which you… Continue reading We Have Been Working Since 2009 To Enhance Brand Equity

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Spanish Managers Only Cover 2% Of The Equity In ESG Stock Funds

Sustainable investing continues to attract investors’ interest. According to Bank of America data, flows into ESG funds in 2021 are doubling last year. See more articles on sustainability in the Economist Sustainable Investing and ESG. In Spain, as in the rest of Europe, entities are in the process of labeling their products as required by… Continue reading Spanish Managers Only Cover 2% Of The Equity In ESG Stock Funds

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Industrial Stoppage Due To Rise In Energy And Raw Materials Price

When the economy seems to be pointing to a reactivation after the harsh months of the pandemic, energy has become an increasingly heavy drag. The rise in gas prices, and therefore electricity, is making it more profitable for some companies to stop their activity and thereby contain the impact of the energy bill, than to… Continue reading Industrial Stoppage Due To Rise In Energy And Raw Materials Price

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Corporate Tax Raises Record Revenue In The US

The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) now estimates that the U.S. federal government received $ 370 billion in corporate tax revenue last year (fiscal year 2021), even surpassing the record of 2007. This is a 75% increase over the previous year’s total, reflecting a rebound in corporate profits and the economy in general. This year’s robust… Continue reading Corporate Tax Raises Record Revenue In The US

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Tourism Celebrates Budgets And Bounces On The Stock Market

Now that the General State Budgets have been presented, the item destined to support the tourism sector this year has finally been black on white . In Spain, more than 1,700 million euros will be dedicated, of which more than 1,400 million come from the European recovery fund. This, among other factors, encouraged investors yesterday… Continue reading Tourism Celebrates Budgets And Bounces On The Stock Market

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