Istat, in February paid two billion dollars to Russia for gas and oil. Exports are doing well but the trade deficit is increasing

Last February, Italy paid Russia 2 billion euros for oil and gas imports. In general, the energy deficit in the Italian trade balance tripled in one year due to the high prices of all fuels. Estimated Istat a Liabilities 7.2 billion in February 2022, compared to 2.2 billion in the same month of 2021. In … Read more

Netflix lost subscribers due to competition and account sharing

Netflix announced that it lost 200,000 subscribers globally last quarter – compared to an expected increase of 2.5 million – and expects to lose another 2 million for the next quarter. Netflix attributed the losses to increased competition and account sharing with people outside their families. “The large number of households involved in the accounts, … Read more

Exchanges in red between war, China data and US prices, zero-profit coupon for 8 big players in Milan

Little Wall Street moved on Easter Monday Wall Street Closed the last session slightly lower (-0.1% Dow Jones and Nasdaq, S&P500 flat) in a nervous session between Treasuries yields soaring, 10-year yields reached 2.87%, and accounts above Bank of America forecast (in USD) 6.6 billion in earnings Although down 13%) and comments from the St. … Read more

The green light from the government in the fourth step to deduct bills

Banks stopped. The rush in recent weeks has prompted institutions to immediately close their doors to new applications for the sale of building allowances. Orders, in general, exceeded the threshold of 40 billion euros. After stopping at cutbacks at the beginning of the year due to extreme fraud and a government decree that limited sales … Read more

The green light from the government in the fourth step to deduct bills

Banks stopped. The rush in recent weeks has prompted institutions to immediately close their doors to new applications for the sale of building allowances. Orders, in general, exceeded the threshold of 40 billion euros. After stopping at cutbacks at the beginning of the year due to extreme fraud and a government decree that limited sales … Read more