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12:04

Local

Finance seminar to discuss the likelihood of a new global recession

SUR IN ENGLISH

A free seminar next month at the Investment Academy, Marbella, will analyse recent predictions of a new global financial recession. Steen Jakobsen, a regular guest on CNBC and Bloomberg, will give his vision on the global situation, market

17:43

LifeStyle

Spain tops global ranking of healthiest countries in latest Bloomberg analysis

SUR

It's something that a lot of expats have been telling friends back home for years. Spain is the healthiest country in the world, with a mark of 92.7 out of 100 according to the latest Bloomberg Healthiest Country Index. The country has risen six ... nuts. Government promotion agency, España Global, has commented on the Bloomberg analysis, which looked at different data impacting quality of life in 169 countries, such as eating habits, healthcare, life expectancy, tobacco use, obesity and the ... Analysts have said that the Spanish public health system stood out for "the special attention paid to growing children, women and older people, which has succeeded in bringing down heart disease and cancer", according to Bloomberg. Spain's longest life

17:46

National

"We're on the verge of some gigantic changes"

FRANK GAVURIN

...in English prior to his visit, the regular guest host on CNBC and Bloomberg News offered his view on the current outlook for the global economy: "I'm as optimistic as I've been in years," he said, adding, "because it can't get any worse!" More

13:04

Opinion

No Spain, no gain

Peter Edgerton

The Bloomberg Health Index declared Spain the healthiest country in the whole wide world a few weeks back and it came as little surprise to those of us lucky enough to live here. The study takes into account a variety of factors such as life ... made all the more enjoyable by the weird and wonderful dreams a good afternoon sleep inspires. Compare and contrast with the ludicrous American offering of the power nap. No wonder the US came in at number 35 on the Bloomberg list. Their sandwiches

18:45

LifeStyle

Loved by the Incas, lucuma could soon be grown in Malaga

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

International news agency Bloomberg recently released information on how lucuma, along with quinoa, is increasingly available in health food stores in the United States and is gaining more consumers. The lucuma is a tree that belongs to the Sapotaceae family ... According to Bloomberg, lucuma can also be found in the United States in powder and frozen form. The Subtropical and Mediterranean Hortofruticultura Institute (IHSM) La Mayora has been cultivating lucuma for decades with good results. The fruit can reach

17:06

Opinion

Protecting wealth while looking after health

JEREMY BLATCH

In July and August many traders and money managers will swap the stress of the office and staring into a Bloomberg terminal for relaxing on a beach staring across a glittering azul blue sea. Today's stock market is a 'frenetic' trading machine

11:59

Opinion

Something in the way

Mark Nayler

...have been getting monopolised over time," Garcicano told a somewhat flustered Bloomberg TV interviewer on Wednesday. He went on to say that major companies in the energy, electricity and telecommunications sectors have too much market power and that

18:37

Opinion

It's all politics

Mark Nayler the euro zone

...maintained 8th place in Bloomberg's ranking of the world's most “miserable” economies, in part based on an unemployment rate of 17%. And Rajoy's minority government is hamstrung in congress, unable to do anything without the support of hostile parties.

13:57

Opinion

A quick fix

the euro zone

...government. Right? Not so fast. The sub-headline of an article that appeared this week on Bloomberg, the economics newswire, inadvertently demonstrated why figures such as these can be deceptive. 'Decline in Unemployed Welcome News for Prime Minister' it