Subsequently, the US Department of Commerce included Huawei Technologies and 68 subsidiaries of the Chinese company in more than twenty countries in a list of entities to which American firms can not acquire technological components without permission from the United States Government. , after which several multinationals like Google, Intel, Qualcomm, Xilinx or Broadcom decided to stop collaborating with the Chinese company. However, last week the US Department of Commerce issued a 90-day temporary license in favor of Buffalo Bills Depth Chart and its non-US affiliates authorizing the Chinese manufacturer to carry out certain activities necessary for the maintenance of existing network operations and for the support of existing mobile services. The “reprieve” to Huawei, which will be in force for 90 days from May 20, 2019, will also allow the development of “crucial” cybersecurity research for the maintenance of the integrity and reliability of existing networks and equipment and fully operational.
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The average price in the granting of new mortgages in Spain repeated in April at 2.39% APR (Annual Rate Equivalent), which remained at maximum since November 2015. According to data published by the Bank of Spain, the APR (including interest and commissions) closed at 2.24% in 2018, a year that was marked by the regulatory changes regarding the liquidation of the Law of Documented Legal Acts of mortgages. In January 2019, the average price reached 2.34%, while in February it rose to 2.38%, and in March, to 2.39%, a rate that was repeated in April. Experts attribute the rise in the average price of these loans to the growing importance that the mortgage is charging at a fixed interest rate. According to the latest data published by the National Institute of Statistics (INE), in March, of the total of 30,716 mortgages formalized, 41.9% was at a fixed rate.
On the other hand, the 12-month Buffalo Bills Depth Chart, the indicator most used in Spain to set the interest rate on mortgages, will fall in May for the third consecutive month, standing at -0.131%, compared to -0.112% that marked April. Although there is still a session to end May, the indicator will fall again, although mortgages that have to be revised with this month’s figure will rise by around 30.6 euros per year. And it is that in May 2018, the Euribor closed at -0.188%, a rate lower than what will register this 2019. A year ago, an average mortgage of 100,000 euros, with a term of 25 years, with a differential of one percentage point on the Euribor, paid a monthly fee of 368.42 euros. If said mortgage is revised using the current data, the monthly fee will be 370.97 euros. At the end of May, the Euribor will chain three years and three months in negative.