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• British households are set to face higher energy bills from April even as the regulator Ofgem’s price cap, which represents how much a typical household would pay per year without any subsidy, will drop by 23% to £3,280 in Q2. However, the UK government’s plan to raise its energy price guarantee (EPG) —which limits bills— means consumers will pay more per unit of energy through July than ever before. via Bloomberg Zoom in: Industry and consumer groups have ...Devamını Oku

28 Şub 2023

• Eurozone producer price inflation slightly slowed in annual terms in December, figures from Eurostat revealed on Friday, partially because of more expensive durable consumer goods. Prices at factory gates in the single-currency bloc rose 1.1% month-on-month for a 24.6% year-on-year increase, slowing down from 27.0% year-on-year in November but still above expectations of deceleration to 22.5%. Zoom in: More expensive energy was still the main driving force behind t...Devamını Oku

06 Şub 2023

• German business sentiment improved in line with market expectations in January, according to the latest report by the Ifo Institute released on Wednesday, another sign that Europe’s largest economy may avoid a recession. The Munich-based institute’s Business Climate Index rose to 90.2 points from 88.6 points in December, showing “considerably less pessimistic expectations” among manufacturers and companies in the service sector. Ifo Institute On that note: ...Devamını Oku

26 Oca 2023

KAMU-AR, the R&D unit of Birleşik Kamu-İş Confederation announced that as of December 2022, the hunger limit, which is the amount of expenditure that a family of four should make for a healthy diet, has increased to 9 thousand 59 liras. The poverty line, which is the amount required for a family of four to meet their needs without suffering deprivation, rose to 26,124 liras. With the data, the hunger limit increased by 4 thousand 493 liras and the poverty line increase...Devamını Oku

08 Oca 2023

• European governments scrambled to find alternative suppliers and urged citizens to minimize consumption. Meanwhile, the European Commission passed legislation after weeks of debates deeming both nuclear and natural gas green energy sources. The EU and the US have since imposed a price cap on Russian oil, while Europe is close to agreeing on a gas price cap and investing more in LNG to meet energy needs.

26 Ara 2022

• The EU delayed efforts to approve an energy relief package as member states struggled to resolve a deep split over a push to toughen the planned price cap on gas imports. Energy ministers holding an extraordinary meeting in Brussels agreed on the content of several emergency measures, but will put formal approval on hold until mid-December, EU energy chief Kadri Simson said.

25 Kas 2022

• Enel announced plans to sell assets valued at €21 billion as it moves to cut debt and streamline its business to focus on six “core countries.” The Italian state-backed utility, one of the world’s largest renewables producers, said on Tuesday it would sell its gas assets in Spain and withdraw from countries including Argentina and Peru to focus on clean energy developments in Europe and the US.

23 Kas 2022

• Eurozone producer prices rose 1.6% month-on-month in September, slightly less than forecast in large part due to some deceleration in energy costs, Eurostat data showed on Friday. The surge in monthly PPI slowed from a 5.0% increase in the month prior as energy cost inflation decelerated from an 11.8% surge in August to a 3.3% hike in September. Annual producer price inflation stood at 41.9%.

07 Kas 2022

• Ukraine's nuclear energy operator said Russian forces were performing secret work at the occupied Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant, amid the exchanged blame over preparing to launch a "dirty bomb." Energoatom said Russia has carried out secret construction work over the last week at the EU's largest nuclear power plant. On a related note: Russia is asking the UN Security Council to investigate its claims that Ukraine and the US are violating the banned use of biologica...Devamını Oku

26 Eki 2022

• Germany's finance agency said on Wednesday it will increase the size of its 18 outstanding bonds by €3 billion each, totaling €54 billion on its own account to use them for repo transactions and lend bonds to investors in return for cash; helping cover financing needs arising from the energy crisis — in a decision that mirrors its strategy during the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020.

20 Eki 2022