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Second dose of the Pfizer-BioNtech vaccine rolled out to care homes and public hospitals

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Additionally 1,000 professionals from Malaga’s private health system have also received their first jabs The coronavirus vaccination campaign in Andalucía has entered the phase of injecting the second dose in care homes and to public health professionals who fight the pandemic on the front line. Twenty-one days after the first dose of the Pfizer-BioNtech vaccine […]

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Rise in September mortgage activity hints at underlying good health of Spanish property market

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The distortion of data during the coronavirus pandemic has made it difficult to draw valid conclusions regarding the state of the Spanish property market in 2020, but figures published this week by the governments central statistics unit could be seen as an indication that despite the coronavirus the underlying conditions remain healthy. The figures published […]

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Spanish home sales in September 2020

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The latest home sales figures from the National Institute of Statistics (INE), and the Association of Spanish Notaries, both show the Spanish housing market back in positive territory in August and September, but much of that growth came from sales postponed during the lockdown, and so far this year the market is still 20% smaller […]

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Unemployment falls in Spain during July to 3.77 million

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1.18 million workers remain in ERTE temporary redundancy situations. Unemployment in Spain fell by 89,849 in July (-2.33%), the first decline since the start of the pandemic, to a total of 3.77 million unemployed. The beginning of summer has given a welcome boost to economic activity in Spain after the economic paralysis of lockdown, although […]

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Spanish house price data published in Q2 2020.

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The SPI House Price Index Tracker plots the progress of the six most-watched house price indices in Spain, and brings them together in one chart. Some of these indices are updated monthly, and some quarterly with a delay of several months, making them somewhat tricky to compare purely on the basis of publication dates. Then, […]

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