Recent financial news in brief from Spain and the UK compiled for readers by Euro Weekly News.
The Brewdog Bar and Restaurant in Milton Keynes in the UK has come up with a new way to generate business by offering to house paws for canine guests and for just Â£ 5 each dog gets their own hat while the best dog receives special ice cream.
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ENERGY Repsol has teamed up with Spanish Post Correos to offer customers who visit 1,000 of its post offices the option of signing up for easy access to gas and electricity without the usual red tape.
At a reception hosted by the British Ambassador to Spain Hugh Elliott, which was attended by members of the Spanish Chamber of Commerce in the United Kingdom as well as representatives of the Spanish government, the ambassador said that despite the exit of the EU, the economy was strong.
Although many football clubs in the UK and Italy have successfully gone public, this has not been the case in Spain although now a semi-professional team from Sant Joan d’Alacant, CF Intercity will go public on October 22. .
In a landmark UK court case, a judge ruled that an owner who installed security cameras and a ring doorbell with a camera had violated the Data Protection Act 2018 by allowing the owner to view images of the property and the garden of its neighbor.
LE Grupo Cooperativo Cajamar and Haya Real Estate offer some 9,700 properties for sale across Spain with discounts of up to 40% off estimated market value. The offer will last until December 31 or earlier if all properties are sold.
THE National Institute of Statistics (INE) confirmed Thursday, October 7 that its initial Spanish inflation forecast for September was correct at 4 percent, which is September’s highest figure in 13 years due to rising prices for the month. electricity, fuel and clothing.
Over â¬ 51,000 is the current value of a single Bitcoin that has weathered the storm of Chinese disapproval and continues to rise.
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