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13:15

Opinion

Will bonds really protect you in a crisis?

JEREMY BLATCH

...asset) and the idea is that allocating capital to bonds will protect the investor against market turmoil or financial crisis. But is this really true? Is it really sensible to assume that an allocation to bonds will hold steady when markets decline

17:20

Local

Project to build 1,900 homes in Torrox reinitiated

Eugenio Cabezas

A project to build 1,900 homes in Torrox has been reinitiated a decade after it was pulled due to Spain's financial crisis. Puerto Narixa is located near the historic centre of Torrox and on the border with neighbouring Nerja. The project was

10:34

Local

Businesses lay off staff in Benaoján due to listeriosis crisis

VANESSA MELGAR / SUR

Businesses in the meat industry in Benaoján are laying off staff due to the listeriosis crisis. The largest in the area, Icarben S.L., laid off six employees this week and reduced the working hours of six more. The listeriosis was first

16:34

Local

Crisis in Costa fishing fleet as Asian seaweed invasion spreads

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

"We can't work; if it carries on like this we won't be able to eat," explains a Costa fisherman who can't leave port as all he is catching is a dense green seaweed. For months, boats using smaller nets in shallower water off Estepona and Marbella hav

16:57

Sport

Malaga-Cadiz clash to go ahead after postponement petition is rejected

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

...be postponed after a combination of the international break and a fresh injury and suspension crisis. That appeal was rejected on Friday morning. Víctor could have just 11 professionals available to him for selection. Rules dictate that teams must

23:11

Sport

Pellicer off to a winning start as Malaga squeeze past Ponferradina

FRANK GAVURIN

...the keeper from Eibar loanee Asier Benito. The final whistle was greeted by a roar from the home support. No doubt, Malaga are far from out of the woods yet, and the club’s institutional crisis rolls on. But these were a vital three points, and

17:31

Local

Birth rate in Malaga province at its lowest since records began in 1941

NURIA TRIGUERO

...births follow a much clearer trend," said José Jesús Delgado, a professor in the Geography department at Malaga University. This downward trend has been ongoing for the past decade, coinciding with the economic crisis. Between 2008 and 2018 the birth ... the birth rate to the economic crisis, but most experts in demographics believe the recession was only an aggravating factor in a phenomenon which has more to do with the composition of the population pyramid and social changes. The generation of women ... personal life, such as extending paternity leave, are positive, although on the other hand he said the fact that there has recently been talk of another crisis "isn't exactly encouraging people to procreate". This week the INE also published the marriage

19:02

Opinion

Crisis? What crisis?

Mark Nayler

...expansion is likely to be 0.8%; if that statistic proves true, the Spanish economy will have grown at the same rate as it did in the third quarter, despite the Catalonian crisis that has dominated the last three months of this year. Another figure that

14:39

Local

The Venezuelan crisis, suffered from 7,000 kilometres away

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

Muguerza, moved to Torremolinos. Official figures show 2,851 Venezuelans living in Malaga last year. Twenty years ago, there were 190. They have been watching the crisis in Venezuela, submerged in hyperinflation and poverty, from a distance of 7,000 ... regime, but they differ about the best way out of the crisis. They do, however, agree that society in their own country is completely divided in two, and that it is going to take decades for that deep wound to heal.

15:11

Local

Four soup kitchens suffer funding crisis

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...public funding Emaús survives thanks to donors, although numbers have fallen in recent months. “People think that the crisis is over and that we don't need as much help any more, but the reality is that we still have to provide food for hundreds of

14:19

Local

Green homework for the Costa del Sol

MATÍAS STUBER

...before. Political leaders express optimism and promise more ambitious plans to reduce CO2 emissions. However, there is only consensus about one fact: if we continue with what has been on the table so far, the climate crisis cannot be avoided. Another

13:31

Opinion

Aquarius, times 11.3

IGNACIO LILLO

Some 7,128 migrants have reached the shores of Andalucía so far this year, according to statistics from the Junta de Andalucía. This is the equivalent of 11.3 times the number of migrants currently on board the Aquarius on its way to Spain. Of that t

15:05

Local

British resident figures go up in Marbella for the first time in years

Mónica Pérez

...population rose to just under 150,000, after a further 2,000 people added their names to the register. Of those, 1,887 were foreigners. Although many residents left during the economic crisis, this is still the second largest foreign community in Marbella.

19:26

National

When Christmas boxes become compulsory

EDURNE MARTÍNEZ

...if they have been providing them for many years. Since the unions first started to demand their reinstatement when the country came out of the economic crisis, the court has nearly always found in favour of the employees. The most recent case is

12:02

Local

Leading Church charity says some people in Malaga province are more vulnerable than in the crisis

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN

Cáritas, the leading charity of the Catholic Church in Spain, has said in its annual report for the Malaga area, published last week, that many people are more vulnerable now than during the financial crisis. In their yearly assessment of activity ... in Malaga province and the Costa de Sol, which this year coincided with the fiftieth anniversary of their local work, leaders explained that for the first time they can talk positively about a “post-crisis” period. They say that the number of people

16:54

Opinion

No alarms and no surprises

Peter Edgerton

...sharp smack around the chops to teach us all a lesson. Sadly, however, it appears that the financial crisis of 2008 taught us precisely nothing and our unfettered desire for more and more unnecessary stuff is once again being hungrily nurtured by our

09:51

Sport

Embarrassing defeat leaves Malaga trailing in promotion push again

Daryl Finch

It was supposed to be a walk in the park, but the Three Kings delivered an unpleasant surprise for Malaga on Sunday as a rejuvenated Reus, against all odds, cruised to a historic 3-0 win. Just 16,000 people turned up at La Rosaleda with many fans c

14:12

Sport

Toxic atmosphere takes hold at La Rosaleda as club reaches crisis point

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

“Now more than ever: Al-Thani, go now!” These were the chants circulating La Rosaleda during last Saturday night's game when Malaga fell to a seventh consecutive defeat and disappointed fans with a distinct lack of rhythm, intensity in the press and

13:50

Travel

The Turkish Riviera revisited

Andrew Forbes

...forests of the Taurus Mountains; family meals of local produce prepared in their own homes; and B&B accommodation. Relaxed and friendly For the past few years Turkey has experienced a crisis in its tourism sector. Many international travellers have

13:41

Local

Half Manilva's 3,000 unfinished homes have been vandalised

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

...residents have had the chance to comment and it has been approved by the Junta de Andalucía. The plan states that the number of empty properties in the area, unfinished when developers pulled out or went bankrupt during the financial crisis, is now 3,000,

14:30

National

Taking stock of the economy a decade after the start of the crisis

DAVID VALERA

Ten years on from the start of the financial downturn Spain is showing many signs of a strong recovery. However, to work out if “the crisis” is truly over, economic data coming in from the year just finished needs to be compared with that from ... and has grown at 3% for the last three years, meaning GDP is back at pre-crisis levels. Analysts say that the economy is more balanced now, with a healthier swing towards increased exports. The trade deficit has declined some 80% since 2007 and

12:18

National

The independence crisis in Catalonia is said to be affecting unemployment

Nuria Triguero

In November unemployment in Spain as a whole increased by 7,255 to a total of 3,474,281, according to figures just released from the Ministry of Employment. The government pointed out, however, that this increase is actually lower than the same month

13:56

Opinion

Cost analysis

Mark Nayler

Estimates for the potential cost to Spain of the Catalonia crisis are like those of Brexit for the UK: in both cases, the figures are constantly changing, depending on what side of the argument they're coming from. The latest forecast regarding the ... government after the December 21st elections. Total cost: 3 billion euros. But in a worst-case scenario, the bank assumed that the crisis triggered by the illegal independence referendum of October 1st (O1) would continue well into 2018 and possibly beyond. ... have yet to form a government). Might De Guindos' prediction that the independence crisis will cost Spain a billion euros turn out to be absurdly optimistic? As things stand, there is little reason to think so. Although Catalonia itself has been hit

16:57

LifeStyle

From Malaga to Beijing in the fight against obesity

Ángel Escalera

Malaga. The distance which separates Malaga and Beijing, 13,292 kilometres, was surpassed collectively on Tuesday by the around 3,500 people who walked five kilometres each in a bid to raise awareness for the growing obesity crisis, especially among

13:09

Opinion

Politicians playing Fortnite

MANUEL CASTILLO

...chance to step outside and look in from a distance. If our MPs in the Congreso de los Diputados could look at themselves though a keyhole, they would feel ashamed and cringe just as many of us do. A country still suffering from the financial crisis

11:52

National

Former IMF head denies blame for the near-collapse of Bankia

SUR

The ex-president of Bankia, Rodrigo Rato, who was also once a government minister and head of the International Monetary Fund, appeared before a committee of MPs this week to explain his role in the crisis at the bank in 2012. After a

11:58

Local

Compromise reached on delayed plan for northern access road to airport

IGNACIO LILLO

...connecting industrial areas on the northwestern side of Malaga which was to be paid for by the Junta regional government. But the world financial crisis halted the plan. Impatient to proceed, last year Madrid said it would go ahead with the airport road

12:44

National

Unicaja Banco profits rise 12% in first nine months of year

JOSÉ VICENTE ASTORGA

...throwback to the world financial crisis a decade ago. The bank confirmed it is in a "comfortably solvent position" and that there was margin to improve the dividend. In terms of any possible future mergers and acquisitions, directors said that the group

15:00

National

Final campaigning under way before this Sunday's general election

NEIL HESKETH

...time having won seats in the general election six months ago. The response to the separatist crisis in Catalonia was a key theme of the debate, with parties on the left advocating more tolerance and the right-wing more intervention. Media

13:09

Opinion

Either or

Mark Nayler

...for now, any more lofty definitions, such as steering a country out of a constitutional crisis, or improving social inequality or problematic levels of unemployment, especially among Spain’s youth). Using this definition, Sánchez’s previous

11:44

Opinion

In with the new

Mark Nayler

Clearly, Rajoy - who has been at the helm of his vilified party for fourteen years and has stood for prime minister five times - is being punished for his handling of the Catalonia crisis, as well as for corruption within the PP. But the Metroscopia poll ... corruption within the PP and his handling of the latest Catalonia crisis have sealed his fate. All of which is playing into the hands of pro-business, market-friendly Ciudadanos (“Citizens”). Albert Rivera's centre-right newcomer is now the strongest force

15:40

Sport

Just about ticking over

Rob Palmer

...status is reasonably safe given the fact that they are level on points with their great rivals and ably placed in their European adventure. There is little drama and certainly no crisis. This is a season that is yet to explode into action. Everything

14:23

Opinion

Learning by doing

JEREMY BLATCH

...markets. Central banks rode out as the 7th cavalry but, unlike bankers who were blamed for the crisis, central bank leaders became cult figures with celebrity status. When the Chair of the European Central Bank (ECB) said he would do whatever it takes to