Hiding alcohol to cost millions
Larger shops will have to move alcohol out of sight in the coming years. Retail chains say compliance with the regulation requires them to build opaque partitions that requires short-term investments stretching into millions.
02.02.2017, Lennart RuudaPM
Students looking at higher credit prices
Tallinn University of Technology (TTÜ) is set to hike prices of credit points and abolish free curricula for foreign students from the new academic year.
23.01.2017, Tiina Kaukvere
Netflix loobus Hiinast
Filmide ja sarjade striimimisplatvormide globaalne turuliider Netflix teatas esmaspäeval kolmanda kvartali majandustulemusi tutvustades, et loobub esialgu Hiinasse laienemisest, kirjutab Mashable.
Jeemenis hukkus koalitsiooni õhulöökides 140 inimest (2)
Jeemeni pealinnas Sanaas sai laupäeval Saudi Araabia juhitava koalitsiooni korraldatud õhurünnakutes surma rohkem kui 140 ja vigastada 534 inimest, teatasid võimud.
Phantom stops forced by state on bus companies
No longer do the new Lux Express buses speed straight from Tallinn to Tartu. Rather, they do stops in places where probability of picking someone up is next to nothing. The phantom stops have been enforced by the state.
13.06.2016, Hanneli RudiPM
Did you know: leasing a phone is a bit on the dear side
To buy a mobile phone on deferred terms has become a thing that comes without saying. Alas, many fail to detect the end price that would basically cover a second phone.
26.04.2016, Aivar PauPM
Toxic algal bloom makes salmon price jump
No happy prices this spring for salmon and trout in grocery stores of Estonia. Due to fish dying in farms in Chile as caused by toxic algal bloom, fresh salmon price on Oslo exchange is at its highest levels of past years so as to add about a third to what Estonian retail chains and fish processors pay to buy in fresh fish.
29.03.2016, Aivar ÕepaPM
Euro didn't raise the prices after all
Five years ago, soon after the retailers said euro would not raise the prices, the statement turned into a joke among the people. Just before the switch, chamber of commerce and industry initiated a campaign aimed at avoiding unsubstantiated rise of prices of goods and services while the euro was being adopted in 2011.
07.01.2016, Tõnis OjaPM
Yesterday, four percent of Tallink shares change hands over-the-counter
Yesterday, 27.5 million Tallink shares changed hands over-the-counter amounting to 4 percent of the shipping company shares, say Estonian Central Register of Securities data. The amount of transactions was 15.
23.12.2015, Tõnis OjaPM
Sugar tax crammed down nation's throat
Social ministry considers not resistance by nutrition experts and is unwilling to leave sugar tax out of nutrition policy green book.
17.12.2015, Hanneli RudiPM
Elron puts brakes on luxury trains buy plan
While in May Elron talked about plans to purchase several new comfy express trains to travel Tallinn-to-Tartu by 2018, now other options are also being pondered.
09.12.2015, Siiri LiivaPM
Fixed rate electricity tariffs would power monopoly
While supposedly favorable for consumers and network operators, in current situation flat rate electricity tariffs would only boost the monopoly of Elektrilevi on the market.
19.10.2015, Siiri LiivaPM
Sutter says «use electricity in the night»
Consumers should watch the hourly electricity price as exchange fluctuations may cut price ten times lower, advises Eesti Energia CEO Hando Sutter.
11.08.2015, Andres Reimer, RiiaElu
Reklaamitudeng sai kallaletungi süüdistuse, kuna hammustas oma partnerit
Inglismaal mõisteti kallaletungis süüdi 24-aastane reklaamitudeng, kes hammustas seksuaalvahekorra ajal oma partnerit.
Strong dollar joins excise rise to make fuel dearer
While excise rise in pipeline threatens to add 23.5 cents to litre of retail fuel in five years, considerable extra price rise looms by potential rise in oil prices and strengthening of the dollar.
15.04.2015, Tõnis OjaPM
Cheap oil serves wallet well
As assured by Estonian Institute of Economic Research (EKI), most of Estonian enterprises are winning by the cheapening oil as ones selling products with price unlinked to oil while purchasing goods that are.
30.12.2014, Andres Reimer, RiiaPM
Estonian motor fuel retailers lower prices again
The motor fuel retailer Neste on Friday cut 2 cents off the price of a liter of gasoline and diesel at its filling stations in Estonia, with rival retailer Statoil soon following suit.
No oil price rise anytime soon
The grand drop of oil prices this fall to lowest levels in five years is not temporary, thus the analysts are reviewing next year economic forecasts and near-term investments plans for oil companies and enterprises linked to the industry.
10.12.2014, Tõnis OjaPM
Electricity price EUR 12.06 higher in Estonia than Finland during Estlink 2 reconstruction
During the Oct. 12-20 period when reconstruction works of the Estonia-Finland undersea power cable Estlink 2 took place electricity was on average 12.06 euros more expensive in Nord Pool Spot (NPS) bidding area Estonia than in bidding area Finland.
Estonian fuel retailers continue lowering prices
Estonian fuel retailers on Monday lowered the price of gasoline by two cents per liter and the price of diesel by one cent per liter in what was the third price reduction within two weeks.
Estonian fuel retailers again lower gasoline, diesel prices
Fuel retailers Neste and Statoil on Thursday made reductions to the prices of motor fuel for the second time this week, cutting 1.5 cents off the price of a liter of gasoline and two cents off the price of a liter of diesel.
Oil paramount for Kremlin
Put together, oil and gas revenues amounted to 50 percent sharp in Russian budget for 2013.
15.10.2014, Jaanus PiirsaluPM
Milk price plunges ten years back
Giant farms and couple-of-cow hobby farmers to survive price drop due to Russian food embargo.
02.09.2014, Andres Reimer, RiiaPM
In July the growth in retail sales accelerated even more
According to Statistics Estonia, in July 2014 compared to July of the previous year, the retail sales of goods of retail trade enterprises increased 10% at constant prices. Retail sales increased 4% in May and 7% in June compared to the corresponding month of the previous year, whereas in July the retail sales growth accelerated even more.
Seitse suurepärast viisi, kuidas alustada esitlust
Kui me räägime, on meil aega ligi 60 sekundit, et köita kuulajate tähelepanu, luua usutavus ja motiveerida inimesi end kuulama, ütles Darlene Price, kes on ühtlasi Well Said’i president, vahendab Business Insider.
05.07.2014, Liina LaanemetsPM
The Dwelling Price Index increased in the 1st quarter
According to Statistics Estonia, in the 1st quarter of 2014, the Dwelling Price Index changed by 4.8% compared to the 4th quarter of 2013 and by 17.5% compared to the 1st quarter of the previous year.
Pildid: Katie Price´i värvikas tagasipöördumine
Briti rinnakas modell Katie Price, lavanimega Jordan, tegi avalikkusesse värvika tagasipöördumise pärast seda, kui paljastus, et ta mees, strippar Kiearan Hayler pettis teda.
Price rise triggered by joining EU continues
According to analysts trend won’t stop until Estonian prices catch up with European Union average.
19.05.2014, Katariina KrjutškovaPM
The annual change of the Dwelling Price Index was the biggest of the last three years
According to Statistics Estonia, the Dwelling Price Index increased by 10.7% in 2013 compared to the average of the previous year. Compared to 2012, the prices of apartments increased by 13.3% and the prices of houses by 4.1%.
Traffic insurance price to rise
In months to come, hundreds of thousands of car owners may face the sad surprise of traffic insurance getting costlier.
04.02.2014, Tõnis OjaPM
State neglect: price comparison portal not provided
Electricity exchange raised prices by half, in a year; small electricity providers still can’t issue joint invoices with network companies; and the state lacks an independent price comparison portal.
22.11.2013, Andrus KarnauPM
Eesti Energia offers higher price
Futures prices, at exchange, would dictate that next year’s electricity be cheaper than that of today. Even so, in its fixed-price offers, Eesti Energia asks for bigger money that a year before.
22.11.2013, Andrus KarnauPM
In the 2nd quarter the price increase of apartments continued
According to Statistics Estonia, in the 2nd quarter of 2013, the Dwelling Price Index changed by 3.7 % compared to the 1st quarter of 2013 and by 8.1% compared to the 2nd quarter of the previous year.
Price of TNS Emor basket of staples up 0.5 pct on year in August
The basket of food staples used by TNS Emor for its monthly food price survey cost 68.07 euros per person in August, which is 1.11 euros or 1.6 percent less than the month before and 0.37 euros or 0.5 percent more than in August last year.
Latvia and Lithuania to blame for extreme electricity price
Counting from start of year, those opting for Exchange Package are still ahead.
26.06.2013, Enn Tosso