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Iata: per le compagnie aeree il 2017 č ancora d'oro con 30 miliardi di profitti netti, tre anni da record
Assai positive le stime di Iata (l'associazione mondiale del trasporto aereo) sul 2017: 29,8 miliardi di dollari di profitti netti a fronte di un fatturato globale stimato di 736 miliardi. I livello del rendimento netto si attesterą - secondo le stime Iata - a quota 4,1% del giro d'affari. Per il terzo anno - e si tratta della prima volta in assoluto - il ritorno sul capitale investito sarą superiore al costo del capitale stesso. Per il 2016 Iata ha rivisto in leggero ribasso le stime sul livell...
The ruling of a Palermo court over the case of former Minister Calogero Mannino represents a good and bad day for the Italian judicial system.
Nothing more than a great stock market collapse has the ability to scare the world's public opinion, savers and policymakers alike. This is not because the stock market represents the health (or the problems) index of an economic and financial system: in fact, in the past, on many an occasion the
The situation in the Ukraine is becoming more and more dramatic and risks spiraling out of control. On the field, the regular Ukrainian forces are apparently unloading their frustration for not being able to win against the rebels by randomly hurting civil populations in the self-proclaimed
ILVA, the Riva Family's Two Faces: 2 Billion Euros in Profits Reinvested, and the Boulder of an Environmental Disaster
For ILAVA, between politics and the judiciary, the risk of a bankruptcy (staved off for the moment) is the Riva family's responsibility, and the (not very
Like Guido Montefeltro, who asked for preemptive absolution from "that guilt into which I now must fall" (referring to fraudulent counsel, Inferno, 27), Otmar
There's a subtle sickness that risks corroding the foundation of an ailing society and a depressed economy like Italy's. This disease, called contagious fear,
PRINCETON - As Scotland prepares for this month's , the United Kingdom - indeed, all of Europe - must brace itself for the impact of a successful bid. Scottish
Jean Claude Juncker versus David Cameron: the match will end up 1 - 0 at next week's European summit-or at least all signs point that way. If so, for the first