Fermaca, one A leading Natural Gas transportation company in Mexico, it has long tablecloths and is betting more than ever on the country.
It turns out that the firm recently appointed its new CEO in the figure of Fernando Tovar, who was CEO of Engie in Mexico.
Thus, the future of Fermaca remains in the hands of Fernando Tovar and Manuel Calvillo Álvarez, the latter as president of the company.
For his part, Fernando Calvillo Álvarez, co-founder of the company, will serve as president of Santa Fe Gas, a gas trading company in our country.
Good for Fermaca. Congratulations.
Aeroméxico Group continued to recover in the Mexican Stock Exchange this Tuesday, rebounding 18.68% in the session, which means its second consecutive rise after six falls in a row, including the day in which it reached historical lows after reporting a dilution of shares in the hands of its minority investors.
The airline’s titles closed at 2.17 pesos each, its highest price in the last three days, although it accumulates a loss of 71.25% so far this year.
Meanwhile, the S & P / BMV IPC, the main reference index of the local stock market, rose 0.89% and accumulated a yield of 18.20% so far this year.
Yesterday, Grupo Aeroméxico’s reorganization plan to end the restructuring process under the United States Bankruptcy Law added a new rejection from unsecured creditors, who consider that it benefits only those related to the preferential financing of 1,000 million dollars that allowed the company to maintain its operations during the process.
The Commission Europea on Tuesday granted Microsoft unconditional antitrust approval for its $ 16 billion bid for voice technology and artificial intelligence company Nuance Communications.
The deal is Microsoft’s second-largest after its $ 26.2 billion purchase of LinkedIn in 2016, and would increase its presence in healthcare cloud services.
It already has regulatory approval in the United States and Australia, and Reuters reported earlier this month that it would receive approval from the European Union.
The Commission said its investigation into the deal had concluded that it would not significantly reduce competition in the markets for transcription software, cloud services, business communication services, PC operating systems and other products.
US-based Nuance serves 77% of US hospitals and helped launch Apple’s Siri virtual assistant.
This Tuesday, the main stock index of the Santiago Stock Exchange, in Chile, the S&P CLX IPSA, gained 1.33%, reaching 4,142.49 points after Monday’s sharp fall of 6.18% after the presidential results of the second round.
However, the Chilean currency, the peso, continued to depreciate against the dollar, now 0.13%, ending at 871.72 pesos per greenback.
With the slight recovery on Tuesday, the Chilean Stock Exchange ended two consecutive days of losses, in which it had accumulated a decrease of 6.92%, after having been affected by the presidential elections, where Gabriel Boric, a leftist politician who He will take office as of March 11, 2022. He seeks, among other plans, to implement taxes in the mining industry, as well as increase them to the richest.
The giant e-commerce store Amazon.com plans to create more than 2,000 corporate and tech jobs in Austin, Texas, to further expand its Austin Tech Hub.
Some of the positions the company will create will be senior data engineer, senior technical program manager, user experience designer, and financial analyst.