“إنتل” تستعين بـ”سامسونج” لحل مشكلة توريد المعالجات – شبكة أبو ظبي الإخبارية

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وفقًا لما ورد في تقريرٍ إخباريّ، بأن شركة “إنتل” قد تلجأ إلى شركة “سامسونج” للمساعدة في إنتاج المزيد من المعالجات، وذلك لحل مشكلات التوريد التي طال أمدها مع وحدات المعالجة المركزية “CPUs” ، والتي اعترفت الشركة حديثًا بأنها ستستمر.

ووفقًا لموقع “Pulse Information Korea”، فإن إنتل قد ذكرت تحديدًا أنها تزيد من استخدامها للمسابك بغية إنتاج المزيد من المعالجات، ويعتقد أن هذا يسعى أيضًا إلى توسيع قدرات إنتل التصنيعية الخاصة.

وبدلًا من الذهاب إلى أمثال”TSMC” التي تستخدمها على نطاق واسع شركة “AMD” المنافسة، يبدو أن شركة إنتل قد تحولت إلى تقنيات سامسونج المتقدمة للحصول على المساعدة في صنع معالجات أجهزة سطح المكتب، وذلك وفقًا لما ورد في التقرير الذي يستشهد بمصادر الصناعة المعتادة.

ويبدو أن بيان إنتل الأسبوع الماضي، الذي اعتذرت فيه عن تأثير تأخر شحن وحدة المعالجة المركزية على شركات تصنيع أجهزة الحواسيب، يستبق العديد من الشكاوى من بائعي أجهزة الحاسوب الرئيسيين الذين ظهروا هذا الأسبوع، بما في ذلك، إتش بي، وديل.

وكما ذكر موقع”Anandtech”، فقد ألقى المدير التنفيذي لشركة ديل، جيفري كلارك، البيان التالي الحاد إلى حدٍ ما، “لقد زاد نقص وحدة المعالجة المركزية من إنتل سوءًا على مدار الربع الثالث، ويؤثر النقص الآن على أجهزة الحاسوب التجارية وتوقعات شحنات الحاسوب الشخصي المتميز للربع الرابع”.

وبينما بدأ الحديث في الآونة الأخيرة عن سيطرة AMD مع معالجات”Ryzen 3000 ” الجديدة في سوق سطح المكتب، ولا تزال إنتل تسيطر بقوة عند النظر إلى سوق وحدة المعالجة المركزية بصورة عامة، والذي يتضمن عددًا كبيرًا من أجهزة الحاسوب المحمولة، وأجهزة الحاسوب التجارية التي لا تزال تعمل بمعالجات إنتل في الغالب.

美 추수감사절·블프 폭풍 클릭…하루 만에 8조 7천억 돌파 – SBS 뉴스

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추수감사절과 블랙프라이데이를 시작으로 미국의 연말 쇼핑 시즌을 맞아 역대 최대 매출 기록이 이어졌습니다.

어도비의 마케팅 데이터 분석 솔루션인 ‘어도비 애널리틱스’의 데이터에 따르면 지난 29일 블랙프라이데이 하루 동안 미국 내 온라인 쇼핑은 74억 달러, 약 8조 7천억 원을 기록했습니다.

이는 블랙프라이데이 당일 기준 역대 최대입니다.

소비자들의 1인당 평균 쇼핑액도 168달러로 지난해보다 6% 늘어났습니다.   

الدينار يستحوذ على 77 % من إجمالي الودائع – شبكة أبو ظبي الإخبارية

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اخبار البلد

 

شكلت قيمة الودائع بالدينار الأردني في نهاية الأشهر التسعة الأولى من العام الحالي ما نسبته 76.6 % من إجمالي ودائع العملاء والبالغة 35.015 مليار دينار، بحسب آخر احصائيات للبنك المركزي.
وقد بلغت قيمة ودائع العملاء بالدينار الأردني 26.461 مليار دينار في نهاية الأشهر التسعة الأولى من العام الحالي مرتفعة بنسبة 4.5 % أو ما مقداره 1.15 مليار دينار مقارنة مع 25.66 مليار مستواها في نهاية العام 2018.
كما نمت تلك القيمة بنسبة 4.4 % عن مستواها في نفس الفترة من العام 2018 إذ كانت أيضا تبلغ 25.68 مليار دينار.
وتشجع سياسة البنك المركزي الاردني المتمثلة في السماح بفروق كبيرة في أسعار الفائدة لصالح الدينار الأردني، البنوك والمودعين على الاحتفاظ بأموال في صورة أصول يغلب عليها الدينار.
والمغتربون الأردنيون الذين يحصلون على دخلهم بالعملة الصعبة يحولون جزءا من مدخراتهم إلى الدينار بسبب أسعار الفائدة التي قد تصل إلى 5 % وفقا للمبلغ.
والوديعة المصرفية النقدية هي النقود التي يعهد بها الأفراد أو الهيئات إلى البنك على أن يتعهد الأخير بردها أو رد مبلغ مساو إليهم عند الطلب أو بالشروط المتفق عليها، وتقسم الودائع حسب النوع إلى ثلاثة أقسام هي ودائع تحت الطلب، وودائع توفير، وودائع لأجل.
وأما بالنسبة للودائع بالعملات الأجنبية فقد نمت بنسبة 0.1 % في نهاية الأشهر التسعة الأولى من العام الحالي إلى 8.192 مليار دينار مقارنة مع 8.18 مليار في نهاية من العام الماضي.

EXCLUSIVA-Reguladores antimonopolio de la UE investigan la recopilación de datos de Google – swissinfo.ch

https://www.swissinfo.ch/spa/reuters/exclusiva-reguladores-antimonopolio-de-la-ue-investigan-la-recopilaci%C3%B3n-de-datos-de-google/45404440

Por Foo Yun Chee

BRUSELAS, 30 nov (Reuters) – Los reguladores antimonopolio de la UE están investigando la recopilación de datos de Google, dijo la Comisión Europea a Reuters el sábado, lo que sugiere que el motor de búsqueda de web más standard del mundo sigue en el radar a pesar de las multas récord que se le han aplicado en los últimos años.

Reguladores a ambos lados del Atlántico ahora están investigando cómo las empresas tecnológicas dominantes usan y monetizan los datos.

El brazo ejecutivo de la UE reveló que está buscando información sobre cómo y por qué Google, unidad de Alphabet, recopila los datos, confirmando un reporte divulgado por Reuters el viernes.

“La Comisión ha enviado cuestionarios como parte de una investigación preliminar sobre las prácticas de Google relacionadas con la recopilación y el uso de datos. La investigación preliminar está en curso”, dijo a Reuters en un correo electrónico el regulador de la UE.

Un documento visto por Reuters muestra que la UE se está centrando en los datos relacionados con servicios de búsqueda locales, publicidad en línea, prestaciones sobre anuncios por web y navegadores internet, entre otros temas.

La comisaria europea de Competencia, Margrethe Vestager, ha impuesto multas por un whole de más de 8.00zero millones de euros a Google en los últimos dos años y le ha ordenado cambiar sus prácticas comerciales.

Google ha dicho que usa la información para mejorar sus servicios y que los usuarios pueden administrar, eliminar y transferir sus datos en cualquier momento.

(Reporte de Foo Yun Chee. Editado en español por Rodrigo Charme)

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Sorteo de la Primitiva – La Vanguardia

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Madrid, 30 nov (EFE).- Sorteo de la Lotería Primitiva correspondiente al sábado 30 de noviembre de 2019, celebrado en Madrid.

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Amazon warehouses are cult-like sweatshops run by robots: ex-employee – New York Publish

https://nypost.com/2019/11/30/amazon-warehouses-are-cult-like-sweatshops-run-by-robots-ex-employee/

Maureen Donnelly took a job with Amazon when the retail goliath opened a success heart on Staten Island in September 2018. The 46-year-old Staten Islander give up after only one month. Final week, greater than 100 employees and their supporters gathered outdoors the identical 855,000-square-foot packing plant to protest working conditions and highlight newly launched information exhibiting the speed of employee damage there was thrice increased than the nationwide common for related warehouse work. Right here Donnelly tells Publish reporter Dean Balsamini what it was wish to work for Jeff Bezos’ Amazon, which the Nationwide Council for Occupational Security and Well being included on its 2019 “Soiled Dozen” record of the nation’s most harmful employers. Amazon didn’t instantly return remark.

I’m not afraid of exhausting work. I’ve been a waitress, a newsroom clerk, an EMT and spent summers on a dairy farm in Eire. At each job I’ve ever had, there was a way it was a workforce effort. However after I walked into that Amazon warehouse, there wasn’t a workforce something. It was simply, “Do your job!”

I quickly realized that solely distinction between an Amazon warehouse and a third-world sweatshop had been the robots. At Amazon, you had been surrounded by bots, and so they had been handled higher than the people.

To start with, I used to be pumped. After passing a web-based check that included organizing containers on the again of a truck, I went to orientation on the Hilton Backyard Inn with 50 or 60 others, an across-the-board combine of individuals from Staten Island, Brooklyn and New Jersey.

A really enthusiastic girl from the South in T-shirt and denims — that’s the uniform — bragged that Amazon was the “greatest” firm, “past enormous.” She reeled off all of the perks: Inventory shares. Worker reductions. Full advantages. 4-day work weeks, with not a ton of obligatory OT.

I used to be bought. And the pay was superior — $16 and alter an hour.

We had been drug-tested. I get it. They’d little packets — you needed to swab your mouth. They took our image, and we crammed out playing cards the place you gave your shift desire. I wished nights, as a result of I had a day job working as a bar supervisor.

I ended up working 5 p.m. to 4:45 a.m., Sunday by Wednesday. We didn’t receives a commission for lunch, which was a half-hour. 

The Staten Island success heart was an antiseptic, four-story warehouse generally known as JFK8. They identify the buildings after the closest airport within the state to the placement. They advised us it was large enough to suit 18 soccer fields inside. I might quickly study that the sheer measurement of the place is a giant downside for employees.

On the primary day, about 100 of us newbies gathered in a convention room, and a bunch of managers obtained as much as discuss. They had been all the identical. All of them drank the Kool-Help. All of them mentioned, “That is the very best place to work.”

Wanting again, it was cult-like. 

They went over the completely different jobs. For those who obtained one thing you didn’t like, they’d provide you with one thing else. 

They assigned me as a “stower.” I stocked cabinets, known as racks.

Squat, sq. orange robots — they appeared like an unsightly cousin to the Roomba — carried 8-foot-tall yellow racks with dozens of compartments. The bots would whiz round to the stowers and cease. Anyone known as a “water spider” would carry me containers of things to stow. I might carry the gadgets out of the field, scan them and put every merchandise right into a compartment within the rack. When the rack was full, I pressed a button, and the robotic would zip away with the rack, and one other robotic would arrive with an empty rack for me to fill.

Once I confirmed up for my shift, I’d stroll in the primary entrance and scan a safety badge to get by a revolving door. The locker room was to the left. You needed to put any private gadgets within the locker. No headphones. I believe it was a security situation. Completely no cellphones on the ground! They didn’t need anyone taking photos or gifting away their secrets and techniques! No meals. No drinks — besides water.

The cellphone rule was a giant downside for folks. One single mother in her 30s with a 5-year-old daughter didn’t have an emergency quantity she may give to her babysitting mother and father or her child’s faculty. 

Robots busy moving around the floor of the Amazon distribution center.
Robots transfer across the ground of the Amazon distribution heart.AFP through Getty Photographs

After placing away my personals, I’d go to the assembly space for 10 minutes of group calisthenics — I felt like I used to be within the Military.

Then it was on to my station to start out stowing. I’d stare at what awaited me: An infinite line of yellow racks. 100 stowers lined up 15 toes aside.  It jogged my memory of the ending of “Raiders of the Misplaced Ark.”

We had been advised to bend on the knees and never on the waist, but it surely felt unnatural.

My typical work outfit was a Metallica T-shirt and denims. The managers advisable Skechers sneakers. I began sporting Timberlands however switched to Skechers after two or three days as a result of my toes had been killing me.

The managers had been at all times asking, ”The place’s your water bottle?” and reminding me to “keep hydrated!” I believe they had been fearful about folks passing out and falling off the road.

However filling up with water all day additionally meant you needed to pee. And too many toilet breaks may get the bosses all sizzling and bothered. You really needed to inform your supervisor you had been leaving to go to the lavatory. I hadn’t carried out that since kindergarten.

I used to attempt to maintain it in till a break. We obtained two 15-minute breaks sandwiched between 30 minutes for lunch. One time I couldn’t maintain it in anymore and left 5 minutes early — so that they reduce 5 minutes off considered one of my different breaks. I used to be like, “Severely?”

As for my 30-minute lunch? It took me 15 minutes simply to stroll to the lunch room. I had simply sufficient time to shove half a peanut butter sandwich in my mouth, take a few gulps of soda, have a cigarette after which begin the 18-football-field trek again.

There have been no chairs at your work area. The one place to sit down was within the rest room, which was a seven-minute stroll from my third-floor station, or the impossibly far lunch room.

At my station I stocked all the pieces you’ll be able to think about. Regular stuff you’d purchase on the retailer: Rubbish luggage, board video games. Plenty of toys. They had been the toughest to stow. I additionally stocked dildos and vibrators. There have been cans of pet meals  and child formulation — that was heavy stuff. Heaps and many books. You needed to align them correctly so you might learn the titles.

The weirdest factor I needed to stow was Chipmunk Finger Puppets — a set of 5. Who would purchase that?

Amazon Fullfillment Center, 546 Gulf Ave., Staten Island

Amazon Fullfillment Center, 546 Gulf Ave., Staten Island

Staff protest working circumstances at Amazon Fullment Heart on Staten Island.

Steve White

Amazon Fullfillment Center, 546 Gulf Ave., Staten Island

Amazon Fullfillment Center, 546 Gulf Ave., Staten Island

We needed to put on an orange vest and black and grey gloves. You couldn’t really contact the merchandise.

It was sizzling as hell in that constructing — it felt like 150 levels. 

Individuals saved asking, “Can we get followers?” However the reply was at all times no. You understand why? As a result of, we had been advised, the robots don’t perform properly within the chilly. Lastly we discovered why each supervisor within the place was sporting shorts.

There have been a whole bunch of robots zigging and zagging on every ground. It was very creepy as a result of no two bots ever crashed. The human stowers and pickers had been on the perimeter of the robots’ fenced-in space. If the people ever crossed into the robots’ area it was a fireable offense.

The job was mind-numbing. The identical factor each hour. Every single day. Lather, rinse, repeat.

I had “‘projections.” I needed to inventory no less than 12 gadgets a minute. I used to be not even shut. It’s bodily unimaginable. You had been always like, “I gotta get this carried out.” The pc always confirmed you ways far off you from making the quota. 

I wasn’t disciplined as a result of I used to be a beginner, and I give up earlier than I may discover out the punishment.

In a single story in The Verge, Amazon legal professionals confirmed the automated system tracks each second of a employee’s day. When an excessive amount of time has been spent “off process,” warnings are auto-generated. If a employee receives six warnings inside a 12-month interval, the worker receives an mechanically generated termination discover. Amazon says that supervisors are in a position to override the automated firings.

The job crushed my spirit — and crippled my physique. I might spent almost 12 hours a day with with nobody to speak to for greater than 5 minutes. I wasn’t sleeping properly. I used to be getting cranky with household. My knees had been killing me. My again and shoulders always harm. My left hip throbbed. After each shift, I’d ice my swollen ankles, which had been triple the conventional measurement.

“I wasn’t disciplined as a result of I used to be a beginner, and I give up earlier than I may discover out the punishment.” — Maureen Donnelly

By the second week, I simply wished out. I stayed so long as I did due to my father. I wished him to be completely happy that I had a job.

I’d give little pep talks to myself to get by the shift. I’d say, “You are able to do this!”

Somebody obtained harm on a ladder. They by no means defined what occurred however the rookies had been retrained on ladders. Then they advised me that with the vacations coming I must work extra obligatory extra time.

That was the final straw.

Amazon tries to challenge this picture of being such a blessed place to work. It was completely the worst job I ever had in my life. In the long run, I didn’t get inventory. I used to be pressured to work extra hours than I wished. The worker low cost was solely on merchandise made by Amazon. It felt like a bait and change.

I needed to giggle at that business the place they present how nice it’s to work at Amazon. I need to stab that one girl who says, “We sweat. We bust our butt. If I didn’t take pleasure in what I used to be doing, I wouldn’t be right here,” within the eyes. Nobody I knew at Amazon was remotely that completely happy.

Amazon jobs are like Menudo — they’re for folks 16 to 25. When you hit 25, you age out.

Maureen Donnelly
Maureen DonnellyJ.C. Rice

I’ve lots of sympathy for the individuals who nonetheless work there. Individuals suppose their Amazon order simply magically pops up at their door. There’s lots of sweat and tears that go into that.

Once I lastly threw within the towel, I completed my shift, left the constructing, phoned the warehouse, advised them to present my supervisor this message: I had one other job supply and was taking it. Which was not true.

What I actually wished to say was: “F–okay Jeff Bezos.”

Nueva Combi eléctrica llamada e-Bus – Diario Valor

https://www.diariovalor.com/mqn/Nueva-Combi-electrica-llamada-e-Bus-20191130-0003.html

Ciudad de México.- Volkswagen tipo dos, conocido como Combi es uno de los vehículos más emblemático alrededor del mundo. Para celebrar el pasado y el futuro de este famoso automóvil, la empresa decidió transfórmala en una camioneta eléctrica llamada Volkswagen e-Bus

Para darle vida a la nueva versión eléctrica, Volkswagen Norteamérica solicitó la ayuda de la compañía de vehículos eléctricos EV West para que se encargaran de codificar a la Combi de 1972, le cambiaron el motor a una batería de 35.zero kilovatio hora.

Se le hicieron algunas modificaciones en su inside, pero, aun así, no perdió sus detalles originales. Ahora su nueva batería le da rendimiento de hasta 201 kilómetros por carga

El vicepresidente de Volkswagen, Mattew Renna dijo al sitio Drive que period maravilloso ver que el espíritu del scorching rodding, siguiera vivo en la period eléctrica. 

Fusionar un modelo histórico de una marca icónica con la tecnología precise es solo una de las muchas maneras en que podemos acercarnos a un futuro más sostenible mientras continuamos disfrutando de nuestra rica herencia automotriz”. Afirmó, Michael Bream, jefe de EV West.

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Three Prime Photo voltaic Shares to Purchase Proper Now – Nasdaq

https://www.fool.com/investing/2019/11/30/3-top-solar-stocks-to-buy-right-now.aspx

Solar energy stocks have been blistering sizzling this yr. The Invesco Photo voltaic ETF, an exchange-traded fund that holds greater than 20 solar-focused corporations, has surged greater than 50%, doubling the return of the S&P 500. Because of this, these renewable energy stocks aren’t fairly as engaging as they had been to start out the yr. 

Nonetheless, photo voltaic continues to be within the early innings of its progress, with many within the business expecting that development will accelerate over the next several years. Thus, solar-focused corporations nonetheless seem to have numerous upside forward. Three of probably the most engaging ones to purchase proper now are utility Con Edison (NYSE:ED), photo voltaic panel maker First Photo voltaic (NASDAQ:FSLR), and renewable yieldco NextEra Vitality Companions (NYSE:NEP).

Solar panels with the sun shining over a hill.

Picture supply: Getty Photos.

Quietly turning into a pacesetter within the photo voltaic sector

New York Metropolis-focused utility Con Edison often is not the primary title that buyers consider once they’re in search of a photo voltaic vitality inventory. Nonetheless, the corporate’s clear vitality enterprise at present owns the second-largest portfolio of photo voltaic vitality property amongst its peer group at 2.2 gigawatts (GW). Although most of that capability is in different states, with it primarily promoting the ability these amenities produce to different utilities. 

The corporate’s publicity to photo voltaic ought to proceed rising over the following few years. That is as a result of it expects to take a position $1 billion on new clear vitality initiatives by 2021. In the meantime, it plans to play a key position in serving to New York State attain its bold goal to get 100% of its energy from carbon-free sources by 2040.

These investments ought to give Con Edison the ability to proceed rising its 3.4% yield, which is one thing it has done in each of the last 45 years. That steadily rising dividend, when mixed with its solar-powered progress, makes it a low-risk option to make investments on this sector.

The Collection 6 is red-hot

Whereas shares of First Photo voltaic have gained about 30% this yr, it has underperformed the sector. That is due partially to its lackluster third-quarter outcomes, which took some of the shine off its stock. Nonetheless, the corporate reaffirmed its full-year steering, which might see earnings rocket 80% from final yr’s stage.

Powering that progress is the corporate’s transition to the Collection 6 module, which is promoting at a brisk tempo. The corporate booked orders for 1.1 GWs of latest panels during the last quarter, bringing its year-to-date order whole to five.Four GW, which pushed its present backlog as much as 12.Four GW. Within the meantime, it has one other 8.1 GW of mid- to late-stage alternatives within the pipeline. To place that into perspective, the corporate at present solely has the capability to make 5.5 GW of those photo voltaic panels every year. Add that extremely seen income stream because it builds and delivers these orders to its cash-rich stability sheet, and First Photo voltaic is a perfect option to acquire direct publicity to the expansion of the photo voltaic sector.

A large solar energy generating facility in the desert.

Picture supply: Getty Photos.

Excessive-powered dividend progress

Whereas NextEra Vitality Companions hasn’t achieved in addition to another photo voltaic shares, it has nonetheless generated an almost 28% whole on the yr, which is correct consistent with the equally red-hot S&P 500. Powering the clear energy-focused firm’s huge positive aspects this yr has been a string of needle-moving acquisitions. The corporate has acquired two portfolios of wind and solar energy amenities from its dad or mum NextEra Vitality over the previous yr. In the meantime, it lately bought a stake in a natural gas pipeline

These offers have given it sufficient energy to develop its 3.9% dividend yield by a 12% to 15% annual price by the tip of subsequent yr without having to make any extra acquisitions. The corporate additionally estimates that it will probably preserve this by at the least 2024 by buying extra property from NextEra or third events. That fast-paced dividend progress makes NextEra Vitality Companions a terrific photo voltaic inventory for income-seeking buyers.

Decrease-risk methods to take a position on this red-hot sector

Photo voltaic shares generated scorching-hot returns this yr. Nonetheless, that does not imply buyers have fully missed out on this sector. Con Edison, First Photo voltaic, and NextEra Vitality Companions all provide robust upside potential since they have not risen fairly as sharply as their friends. Add of their wholesome monetary profiles and visual progress potential, and they’re lower-risk buys for these in search of to spend money on the photo voltaic sector.

Amazon Administration Talks AWS and Promoting – Nasdaq

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Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN) disappointed Wall Street when it reported its third-quarter ends in late October. Each its backside line for its third quarter and its steerage for fourth-quarter income missed analysts’ common forecast.

However though the quarter might have upset, Amazon continues to be a Wall Avenue darling, with a price-to-earnings a number of of 80. Moreover, Amazon’s underlying enterprise simply lives as much as this valuation. Here is a take a look at some areas of Amazon’s enterprise, highlighted by administration through the firm’s most recent earnings call, that buyers needs to be enthusiastic about.

A server room with a cloud in it.

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AWS’ prospects stay compelling

Amazon’s cloud computing enterprise, Amazon Net Providers (AWS), is a essential a part of Amazon’s enterprise. To place its significance in perspective, Amazon’s trailing-nine-month AWS working revenue was $6.6 billion, in comparison with consolidated working revenue of $8.three billion for that interval.

However some buyers might have been involved by the corporate’s vital year-over-year contraction in AWS’ third-quarter working margin, which was 25.1%, down from 31% within the third quarter of 2018. 

Administration, nevertheless, famous that the year-ago working margin for AWS was achieved on the heels of heavy investments within the enterprise in 2017 — and now administration is equally ramping up funding within the phase but once more, hoping it should repay in future quarters.

Amazon CFO Brian Olsavsky defined:

We proceed to really feel actually good about not solely the highest line, but in addition the underside line in that enterprise, however we’re investing much more this 12 months in gross sales pressure and advertising and marketing personnel, primarily to deal with a wider group of consumers, a more and more broad group of merchandise. We proceed so as to add 1000’s of latest merchandise and contains a 12 months, and we proceed to increase geographically.

AWS’ working margin in Q3 was primarily negatively impacted by larger gross sales and advertising and marketing prices. Having a smaller unfavorable impression on the phase’s profitability through the interval have been investments in infrastructure. Whereas administration indicated it plans to proceed investing aggressively in This autumn, expense progress for AWS will probably sluggish in future quarters; and the corporate’s’ investments at present within the phase will probably help extra sturdy top-line progress for AWS within the 12 months forward. This lull in working margin for AWS, due to this fact, might solely be momentary.

Amazon’s promoting enterprise accelerated

Buried in Amazon’s monetary statements is an simply missed phase known as “different.” Whereas it solely accounts for five% of Amazon’s complete income, it is a phase value taking note of. The phase is primarily made up of promoting income, which is seeing accelerating momentum.

“[O]ther income, which is principally promoting, grew 45% this quarter, up from 37% final quarter,” famous Olsavsky. “And the most important factor in there’s promoting — and promoting grew at a price larger than that 45%. So we’re very proud of the progress within the promoting enterprise.”

After all, AWS and, to a lesser extent, Amazon’s promoting enterprise are the form of sturdy catalysts buyers ought to count on from a megacap growth stock buying and selling at 80 occasions earnings. In 2020, buyers ought to search for these key progress drivers to proceed on their spectacular trajectories.

ثبات أسعار الديزل والكاز وارتفاع أسعارالبنزين لشهر كانون أول – شبكة أبو ظبي الإخبارية

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عقدت لجنة تسعير المشتقات النفطية في وزارة الطاقة  والثروة المعدنية اليوم السبت الموافق 30 تشرين ثاني اجتماعها الشهري لتحديد أسعار بيع المشتقات النفطية محليا للفترة من (1-31 كانون أول القادم)، حيت تم استعراض الأسعار العالمية للنفط الخام والمشتقات النفطية خلال شهر تشرين ثاني ومقارنتها بمثيلاتها لشهر تشرين أول، حيث أظهرت معدلات الأسعار العالمية ارتفاعا  على أسعار بعض المشتقات النفطية واستقرارا نسبيا على أسعار بعضها خلال شهر تشرين ثاني.

وقد  انعكس هذا على أسعار المشتقات النفطية المحلية خلال نفس الفترة بنسب متفاوتة، فارتفع سعر بيع البنزين أوكتان 90 خلال شهر كانون أول بمقدار 10 فلسات ليصبح  775 فلس/لتر بدلاً من 765 فلس/لتر، ورفع سعر البنزين أوكتان 95 بمقدار 5 فلسات ليصبح 1010 فلس/لتر بدلا من 1005 فلس/لتر، في حين تم تثبيت سعر مادتي السولار والكاز عند 595 فلس/لتر. 

وقررت اللجنة تثبيت سعر اسطوانة الغاز البترولي المسال المنزلي عند سعر(7) دنانير للأسطوانة..

 وتجدر الاشارة الى أن معدل سعر خام برنت ارتفع من 7ر59 دولار للبرميل لشهر تشرين أول الماضي الى 9ر62 دولار للبرميل في شهر تشرين ثاني.

وتقوم لجنة التسعير في وزارة الطاقة والثروة المعدنية، بتحديد اسعار جديدة للمشتقات النفطية نهاية كل شهر بناء على مراجعة الأسعار العالمية وحسب معادلة التسعير التي بدأ العمل بتطبيقها بتاريخ الخامس من شهر شباط 2018 حسب قرار مجلس الوزراء.