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• French President Emmanuel Macron said the unpopular pension reform will take effect at the end of the summer of 2023, during his New Year’s address. The plan, which includes raising the minimum age to collect government benefits to 65 from 62, provoked outrage among unions. via Bloomberg Furthermore: Macron also encouraged reduced energy consumption to avoid power cuts as the French people will also be less shielded from the energy crisis as of Jan. 1, when...Devamını Oku

02 Oca 2023

• EU energy ministers on Monday reached a deal to cap natural gas prices at €180, ending a months-long deadlock over whether to intervene in markets amid a historic energy crisis. The so-called gas market correction mechanism —which will apply for one year from Feb. 15— will only take effect if the price difference with global LNG prices is greater than €35 per MWh and remains above both ceilings for three days. via Bloomberg A step back: A group of member st...Devamını Oku

20 Ara 2022

• EU energy ministers will discuss on Monday a gas-price cap that’s almost one-third lower than an original proposal by the European Commission as they attempt to break a deadlock over the controversial proposal to contain the impact of a historic energy crisis. The Czech government, which holds the EU’s rotating presidency, suggested lowering the ceiling to €188 per MWh, reported Bloomberg. A step back: Some states, including Germany, have opposed the idea of any ...Devamını Oku

19 Ara 2022

• Trafigura is distributing more than €1.6 billion to its top investors after its net profit rose to €6.6 billion in the year ended Sept. 30. The Swiss-based commodities trading company more than doubled its net profits from already record levels last year. The payout is a result of trading houses benefiting from the energy crisis due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

09 Ara 2022

• Utility company Enel is weighing asset sales outside Italy to reduce its debt and finance new investments, according to Bloomberg sources, and will unveil its new strategy later this month. Italy’s largest utility, which cut its profit target for 2022 in the wake of the energy crisis, had a record €69.7 billion of debt as of the end of September and aims to cut it to €58-62 billion by the end of this year. via Bloomberg

10 Kas 2022

🇺🇳 COP27 round-up PM Rishi Sunak said the UK will triple its funding to £1.5 billion ($1.7 billion) for their adaptation projects by 2025, saying that they are helping the developing countries who have been unfairly burdened with the carbon debt of richer nations into clean growth. Chancellor Olaf Scholz said Germany will fund $170 million for the Global Shield Initiative, which aims to support the most climate-vulnerable nations by providing rapid assistance ...Devamını Oku

09 Kas 2022

• The world is heading into its “first truly global energy crisis,” International Energy Agency (IEA) head Fatih Birol said on Tuesday, as LNG markets are beginning to tighten worldwide and OPEC+ countries are cutting their oil supply in a bid to lift prices. If push comes to shove: The IEA head added , however, that its members have oil reserves available to conduct another round of releases “in case we see supply disruptions.”

26 Eki 2022

• European new car sales grew to 1.05 million deliveries in September, up 7.9% from a year ago, according to the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association, as supply chain disruptions eased. The increase builds on results from August when the industry reported its first gains in more than a year. via Bloomberg Storms ahead: Sales remain far below pre-pandemic levels, even as deliveries rise, due to a range of issues from chip shortages to the energy cris...Devamını Oku

19 Eki 2022

Aposto Europe delivers your daily briefing on markets, politics, business, tech and more - all under 5 minutes. Don't miss out on what's happening in the world. Friday • Fifteen European countries including the UK and the Netherlands agreed to jointly form an air defense system for the continent. Germany, who spearheaded the project, will coordinate the joint procurements to protect against close-range as well as medium and long-range missiles. Defense Minist...Devamını Oku

16 Eki 2022

• Germany’s government slashed its growth forecast for this year and predicted that Europe’s biggest economy would shrink in 2023 as it deals with the fallout from an energy crisis set off by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The Economy Ministry said it expects German GDP to grow by 1.4% this year and then decline by 0.4% next year; down from an April forecast of 2.2% growth in 2022 that would accelerate to 2.5% next year.

13 Eki 2022