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13:20

National

High-speed train travel in Spain could be cheaper from the summer

IGNACIO LILLO

Spain's national train operator Renfe is changing its high-speed train fare system to make it dynamic; tickets during the hours and days when there is less demand will be cheaper, and prices will fluctuate depending on the number of tickets sold ... allowing changes or cancellations. The Premium class will have everything included, with the possibility of making changes and cancellations, as well as choosing the seat. The prices will be dynamic, based on demand-driven algorithms, like those of the

11:02

Local

Covid crisis causes Costa commercial property rental prices to plummet

JUAN SOTO

The commercial property rental market has plummeted in Malaga and on the Costa del Sol as a direct result of the Covid pandemic and with prices falling to 2015 levels. Real estate experts claim that there is a general decrease in rents of between ... the Eurobienes consultancy, David Guerrero, agrees. He explains that prices have fallen principally around Calle Larios, which was also the street where prices had risen the most during the last five years. Guerrero also adds that the price of

21:10

Opinion

The cost to investors of stepping out of the market

Markets are made of people. As a result, movement of market prices ultimately reflects collective human behaviour, greed and fear, endeavour and ambition. Global stock prices continue to rise, and many are now at historic highs. This asset price ... price at which they will re-enter the market and buy again. Study of investors’ and speculators’ behaviour shows us that no one can do this successfully with any degree of consistency. As prices continue to rise, investors and speculators become ... increasingly fearful of a market crash. The fear of losing accumulated capital is real, as is the fear of losing out should prices move much higher. For a genuine investor, it is notoriously difficult to allocate capital after selling and to judge when

12:27

Opinion

An expensive place to find out who you are

JEREMY BLATCH

"If you don't know who you are, the stock market is an expensive place to find out." These words, spoken in 1723 by Adam Smith, philosopher and economist, are a timely reminder that asset prices can fall much faster than they can rise. Apart from ... March 2020, many investment advisors have not experienced a severe bear market (prices falling sharply and remaining low for a period of time). I am old enough to have lived through and participated in several bull and bear markets, including 'Black ... Wednesday' in 1992. Bull markets (continually rising prices) lead to bear markets which lead to bull markets. This cycle of market behaviour is as constant as the relentless ocean tide. Bull markets do not die of old age with a whimper; they die of euphoria

14:50

Local

Investment funds showing major interest in buying hotels on the Costa

Pilar Martínez

...but also some in small rural villages which were already suffering from an increase in competition and have not been able to survive the crisis. The adverts include 50 or 60-room hotels in Fuengirola, Marbella and Torremolinos for prices ranging from

19:15

National

Biggest ever EuroMillions jackpot again up for grabs this Friday

SUR

The largest prize in EuroMillions history - a jackpot of 210 million euros - will be up for grabs for a second consecutive week this Friday (26 February). The money has been rolled over as it was not claimed in last week's draw. Should there be no ... winner again this week, the prize will be carried over for the next two weeks, until Friday 9 March. At this point, if the money has still not been claimed, it will be put into the closest category below in which at least one winner has been found.

18:59

Local

Biggest ever EuroMillions jackpot again up for grabs this Friday

SUR

The largest prize in EuroMillions history - a jackpot of 210 million euros - will be up for grabs for a second consecutive week this Friday (26 February). The money has been rolled over as it was not claimed in last week's draw. Should there be no ... winner again this week, the prize will be carried over for the next two weeks, until Friday 9 March. At this point, if the money has still not been claimed, it will be put into the closest category below in which at least one winner has been found.

18:32

What to do

Madcap afternoon in aid of Lions Club Alzheimer's group

Tony Bryant

...drink on arrival, plus tickets for the zingo and the prize quiz. "We have been looking to do an event like no other on the coast - and one that is reliant on the participation of our audience. We know they love to get involved so we decided to have an

12:56

National

Government rules out measures to control soaring electricity prices during cold snap

SUR

The national government said this week that the big surge in electricity prices in the last few days was "temporary" and that prices would drop again. Ministers ruled out intervening, creating an uncomfortable political situation for the left-wing ... ruling coalition of PSOE and Unidas Podemos. Both political groups had been extremely critical of the previous conservative government when they were in opposition and when prices last rose in the same way. On Wednesday this week the price per megawatt ... hour for consumers on variable tariffs had risen over a third since last Sunday. More radical Unidas Podemos wants to intervene on prices but its PSOE partner is staying cautious, partly blaming EU rules.