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The FINANCIAL -- Starbucks Corp. is raising prices slightly on some of its beverages to cover rising costs including wages and rent, even as prices for raw coffee have been falling, according to Nasdaq.
The FINANCIAL -- South Korean conglomerate Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. said on July 7 that it expects its second quarter operating profit to decline 4 percent year-over year and sales to fall 8 percent, reflecting continued weakness in the company's flagship handset business. However, both operating profit and sales are projected to grow sequentially.
The FINANCIAL -- Australia's central bank kept interest rates steady on July 7 as expected by economists, while playing down any immediate risk posed to the economy by uncertainty surrounding Greece's debt negotiations and recent sharp falls in Chinese share prices.
The FINANCIAL -- Around 160-170 civil society participants representing 100 EU-funded civil society projects in the Eastern Partnership have met in Chisinau for a Regional Networking Event entitled: ‘How we empower civil society? Obstacles, Opportunities, Impact’.
The FINANCIAL -- On 3-5 July 2015, Georgian Deputy Foreign Minister Vladimer Gurgenidze, who is on his visit to the Hellenic Republic, held meetings in Thessaloniki to get acquainted with the work of Georgia’s General Consulate in Thessaloniki and to hold meetings with the Georgian Diaspora organisations working there.
The FINANCIAL -- Americans' daily self-reports of spending averaged $90 for the month of June, essentially unchanged from the previous two months. The latest average is also consistent with the June averages in 2013 and 2014.
The FINANCIAL -- Member of PASHA Bank Supervisory Board, Nikoloz Shurgaia, has been appointed as a member of Georgian Stock Exchange Supervisory Board by the General Meeting of Member-shareholders.
The FINANCIAL -- Russia's consumer price inflation slowed further in June as food prices fell at the beginning of summer, data from the federal statistics service showed on July 6, according to Nasdaq.
The FINANCIAL -- If you are looking for higher interest rates than deposit accounts can offer, then consider investing in certificate of deposit, which is among the better allocations of savings.
The FINANCIAL -- Capital investment in Canada is set to decline in 2015, for the first year-over-year drop in the post-crisis period, on a plunge in commodities-related capital spending, according to Nasdaq.
The FINANCIAL -- According to APK-Inform analysts, the domestic consumption of grains and leguminous crops in Ukraine in 2015/16 MY will total nearly 28.1 mln tonnes, a decrease of 4% compared with the same period of 2014/15 MY (29.2 mln tonnes). At the same time, there is expected some reduction of food consumption to 5 mln tonnes, against 5.2 mln tonnes in the previous season (down 4%), and feed consumption - to 16.6 mln tonnes, as opposed to 17.3 mln tonnes (down 4%).
The FINANCIAL -- Travelers often arrive at airports praying that the security lines won’t be too long or that they don’t end up in a middle seat. But at many of the nation’s largest airports, there’s a more spiritual setting for offering up prayers – a chapel.
The FINANCIAL -- Representatives of education and business from the Eastern Partnership countries and Kazakhstan recently came together with national, EU and European Training Foundation (ETF) experts in Minsk, to launch the ETF’s Skills ConneXion project aimed at promoting work-based learning in six partner countries.
The FINANCIAL -- On July 6, European Commissioner for International Cooperation and Development, Neven Mimica, co-signed new regional funding for cooperation with representatives of regional organisations from West Africa, covering the time until 2020.
The FINANCIAL -- Greek debt held by the European Central Bank can't be restructured as doing so would contravene the eurozone's founding treaties, Christian Noyer, a member of the ECB's governing council said on July 6, according to Nasdaq.
The FINANCIAL -- On the 30th of June 2015 an annual general meeting of Sheremetyevo International Airport shareholders held. Sheremetyevo shareholders elected a new Board of Directors and made some decisions on the other questions of the agenda.
The FINANCIAL -- Abu Dhabi International Airport has again earned the accreditation level of ‘mapping’ from ACI Airport Carbon Accreditation for the third time, in recognition of its efforts to manage carbon dioxide emissions.
The FINANCIAL -- Low-cost airline easyJet Plc. on July 6 reported that it carried 6.56 million passengers in the month of June, a growth of 7.6 percent from 6.10 million passengers carried in the same month last year, according to Nasdaq.
The FINANCIAL -- Real Tonga and Fiji Airways have on July 6 announced a codeshare partnership which would see the Fijian carrier extend its services from Nuku’alofa to Vava’u.
The FINANCIAL -- Norwegian reports a continued passenger growth and a record-high load factor of 88 percent for the month of June. The positive trend is a combination of solid growth on the long-haul operation and many sun-seeking Scandinavians during June.