Industrial Growth In A Post-Paris World

Kate Gordon via Caixin| It’s official: we’re in a time of energy transition. On April 22, Earth Day, the UN’s most recent climate deal – known as the Paris Agreement – will be formally signed in New York, ushering in a new era of country-led action to reduce carbon emissions.

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Brazil & Petrobras: A Lot Of Oil, But Can Get It Out

EXANE BNP Paribas | A weakening demand environment, US shale’s c ontinued resilience and conventional supply benefiting from cost reductions have changed the picture for Petrobras and Brazil. Nevertheless, the pre-salt ranks among the lowest cost assets in the world.


Telefonica’s Q1’16 Results Show Spain Turnaround

Citi Research | Telefonica reported a 1.7% (ex -pre -reported entities) beat on underlying OIBDA driven by the Spanish business and other. Guidance for 2016 is unchanged and the focus of the call is likely to be company’s deleveraging strategy.


Spanish Tourism Industry Has Grown By 31% Since 2009

It’s unheard of Spain’s tourism sector, which many experts said was stagnant and mature ten years ago, has not only massively recovered but continues to beat records from one year to the next in terms of numbers of international tourist arrivals. Since it touched bottom in 2009, with 52.2 million foreign tourists, the sector has not stopped growing any year. In 2015, numbers reached 65 million, up 31% in comparative terms.

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