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Is Buying Cristiano Ronaldo an Expense or an Investment

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Edited by rahman272327232 at 2022-9-20 12:56

Cristiano Ronaldo's transfer to Juventus had an immediate impact on the Italian club's finances. The CR7 effect is impressive: shares are in July 30% above the average of the first half of 2018. Is the transfer of Cristiano Ronaldo an expense or an investment for Juventus? The question has a simple answer, just look at the price of the Italian club's shares, which began to rise at the beginning of July, when the first versions of the transfer took place and which have now stabilized 30% higher than in the first six months of the year. That's right, the average value of each Juventus share was $0.65 between January and June. However, in the first 10 days of July, with the emergence of versions of the pass and then with Ronaldo's transfer, they already averaged $0.85 each. And it does not seem that they are going to fall in the medium term. investing.com The "CR7 effect" had begun when , without official confirmation from any club, several reports had been published about a possible transfer to the Italian club, which raised market expectations. See "The Christianomania in Turin.

The operation, of 117 million dollars (105 million euros), is an amount higher than SMS Marketing Service the little more than 105 million dollars that Real Madrid had paid for Ronaldo to Manchester United, back in 2009. The Portuguese, despite his 33 years, is ranked 24th among the most valuable soccer players with a value of 103.4 million euros. In addition, although it is not a direct income for the "Juve brand", the 28 million dollars per year that different brands pay to use Ronaldo's image (according to Forbes) is evidence of the strong global interest. The player's businesses range from perfumes and blankets to his own video game. In addition to being the image of the FIFA video game for years. Even the former Real Madrid soccer player is in the process of opening a hotel on Madrid's Gran Vía with the Pestana chain. In recent weeks, some brands have joined a global campaign to eliminate plastic straws to reduce pollution in the oceans.



It is a big step but there are also other pollutants that need environmental marketing actions. In recent weeks, some brands have joined a global campaign to eliminate plastic straws to reduce pollution in the oceans. It is a big step but there are also other pollutants that need environmental marketing actions. Plastic pollution has become a serious problem as it is one of the most harmful elements for the oceans. Estimates from a study cited by the Washington Post indicate that, if no changes are made, by 2050 there will be more plastic than fish in the world's seas. At the international level, organizations, governments and brands have joined a campaign against straws, also known as straws, and restaurant chains have indicated that they will no longer use them. In the UK, McDonald's said it will switch from plastic straws to cardboard straws, which can be more easily recycled. For its part, Starbucks has pledged to eliminate straws within the next two years (but will continue to use disposable cups). Meanwhile, in Mexico, the federal government hopes to reduce the use of plastic through communication campaigns and not with new regulations or prohibitions, with the campaign "No straw is okay", in traditional media and on social networks under the hashtag SinPopote.


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