1.-The judge files the investigation against Tous by not appreciating evidence of crime. The judge of the National Court Santiago Pedraz has filed an open investigation against the Catalan jeweler Tous not finding in the facts evidence of criminal offense. This file comes after Pedraz cited last Wednesday as legal entities investigated Tous and Applus Laboratories, calling their legal representatives to study the possible impact on a very important number of products allegedly placed on the market with deceptive or fraudulent advertising. About 4 million pieces.
2.-The former minister Jordi Sevilla presents his resignation as president of Red Eléctrica. Jordi Sevilla will present tomorrow his resignation as president of Red Eléctrica (REE) at the meeting that will be held in the morning by the board of directors at its headquarters in Alcobendas. The reasons for his departure are officially “personal”, although in the sector its serious discrepancies are known both with the Vice President and Minister of Ecological Transition, Teresa Ribera, and with the CNMC, where his adviser and husband of Ribera, Mariano Bacigalupo, has been a strong supporter of significantly reducing (more than 8%) the remuneration for the transport of electricity carried out by REE.
3.-The Avlo website collapses at the start of ticket sales. Today January 27 began the sale of tickets for Avlo, the low cost AVE of Renfe that will begin to roll on April 6 and that will connect Madrid with Barcelona. To do this, the railway company launched from today at 13 hours an offer of 1,000 daily tickets over the next ten days to be able to purchase tickets at five euros the route. Once this promotion is finished, the price will be between 10 and 60 euros. Nevertheless, the opening time for ticket sales has arrived and the Avlo website has collapsed. In addition, the majority of users who have managed to overcome these technical problems have found a message that read that “few bills” remained. According to sources from the company, about half an hour after going on sale, about 400 tickets had already been sold.
4.-The bags “get” of the coronavirus and suffer great losses. The coronavirus epidemic that is spreading through China is also affecting markets. Companies with businesses in China and especially in Wuhan already suffered losses last week, although on Friday they had a small truce. However, today Monday the exchanges are registering large losses. If the journey continues like this, they will sign the worst session in what we have of the year. And it is that although the Chinese stock market does not open today for the Chinese new year, the main European squares are being dragged by the fall of 2.03% that Tokyo has suffered.
5.-The mortgage firm falls in November and adds four consecutive months in negative. The number of mortgages constituted on dwellings registered in the records of the property stood at 29,146 last November, 0.5% lower to the same month of 2018 and the lowest in a month of November since 2017, as reported on Monday by the National Institute of Statistics (INE), which reminds that the data comes from public deeds made previously.