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  • president of the Community of Madrid

    The president of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, has scored a point this week that is not hers: “We approved in the Governing Council: reduction in university fees 20% undergraduate, 30% in master’s degrees. Good news for students. They will have to pay less to study at a university in Madrid. A supposed […]

  • Ayuso’s position was clear from the beginning

    Ayuso’s position was clear from the beginning. She didn’t want to cut rates. That meant a new expense, and quite important, since if it was approved, the regional government had to reward the six public universities, economically drowned, for the money that the families were going to stop paying. But it has been useless. It’s […]

  • Expensive Woods in the world that you never heard

    1. Ebony – This dark wood is native to Africa and is known for its extreme hardness and durability. Ebony is often used in high-end furniture and musical instruments. The price per pound for ebony can be as high as $200. 2. Teak – Teak is a strong, durable wood that is native to Southeast […]

  • Color Photo Market To see growth in 2020

    The color photo industry is booming. With digital photography and the ease of online photo sharing, more and more people are taking and sharing photos in full color. This is great news for the color photo industry, which is seeing increased demand for its products. One of the leaders in the color photo industry is […]

  • Casado Yields To The Barons And Accepts An Extraordinary Congress

    Casado Yields To The Barons And Accepts An Extraordinary Congress

    The president of the PP, Pablo Casado , has yielded to the pressure of territorial barons, part of his leadership and deputies and senators and has included in the agenda of the National Board of Directors that will be held next week the convening of an extraordinary congress to organize your estate . According to […]

  • US and the EU react and announce sanctions against Putin

    US and the EU react and announce sanctions against Putin

    Europe could be on the brink of war. That phrase is no longer excessive or sounds presumptuous. The military escalation in Ukraine seems inevitable after Vladimir Putin first recognized the independence of Donbas and later not only limited that declaration to the part of the territory already controlled by pro-Russian rebels, but to the entire […]

  • Viscofan Receives A Buy Recommendation For The First Time Since 2011

    Viscofan Receives A Buy Recommendation For The First Time Since 2011

    The last time Viscofan had received a buy recommendation from the consensus of analysts collected by FactSet was 2011 , 11 years ago, and the company’s shares could be purchased for just over 25 euros each. But of course, it was a much smaller company, with lower profits, lower margins and diversification. Precisely because of […]

  • Rebellion in the College of Public Works to dismiss its president

    Rebellion in the College of Public Works to dismiss its president

    The war that is being waged within the College of Technical Engineers of Public Works of Spain (Citop) has led more than half of the deans of the institution’s area to demand the resignation of the current Permanent Commission with its president, Carlos Owners, in the lead. A total of 11 of the 21 deans […]

  • Seven European Countries Coordinate Their Gas Reserves to Avoid Cuts

    Seven European Countries Coordinate Their Gas Reserves to Avoid Cuts

    The energy crisis in Europe is getting more complicated and several countries in the European Union have begun to take measures in the face of the risk of supply problems. Europe currently has around eight weeks of gas in storage and the risk of a supply cut from Russia is leading to a search for […]

  • The Dividend Yield Of The Ibex Returns To 4%

    The Dividend Yield Of The Ibex Returns To 4%

    Two years after the pandemic hit the stock markets, the Ibex 35 has returned to historical dividend yields of 4% , thanks in part to the financial sector and, above all, to the growth in profits after two years of impasse . Spanish banks have resumed pre-Covid remuneration, between 30% and 50% payout, and this […]