the secret weapon of the new boss of the Musketeers to revive the mastodon

Par Maria Bartnik Published on 01/24/2023 at 7:54 p.m., Update on 01/24/2023 at 21:10 Thierry Cotillard, president of Intermarché, in his store in Issy-les-Moulineaux. Bruno LEVY/CHALLENGES-REA/Bruno LEVY/CHALLENGES-REA DECRYPTION – Fifteen years after acquiring the store from the brand’s founder, Thierry Cotillard was elected chairman of the consortium. He now has the cards in hand to … Read more

The vertiginous drop in births petrifies Japan

Par Regis Arnaud Published on 01/23/2023 at 7:28 p.m., Update yesterday at 09:44 Between January and October last, the Ministry of Health recorded 669,871 births, an unprecedented figure for the since the 19th century. Stanislav Kogiku / SOPA Images/Sipa USA via Reuters Connect DECRYPTION – Yet twice as numerous as the French, the Japanese have … Read more

Global unemployment is on the rise again

Par Anne Cheyvialle Posted on 01/16/2023 at 7:02 p.m., Update on 01/16/2023 at 7:02 p.m. Women and young people aged 15 to 24 are the most affected by unemployment. 442248990/Chaay_tee – stock.adobe.com The pace of job growth will halve and global unemployment will still be around 16 million higher than before the pandemic. The slowdown … Read more

Hopium, French hydrogen star, slips

Par Valerie Collet Posted on 01/16/2023 at 7:37 p.m., Update yesterday at 08:03 The French Hopium hydrogen sedan. ERIC PIERMONT/AFP The start-up will have to sell its fuel cell under license before marketing its luxury sedan. The Machina Vision by Hopium, star of the Paris Motor Show last October, slips. The hydrogen sedan, whose stylish … Read more

The Tokyo Stock Exchange saddened by the rise of the yen

The Tokyo Stock Exchange ended Friday down, especially its flagship Nikkei index, the continued appreciation of the yen against the dollar after the further deceleration of US inflation in December weighed on Japanese export stocks. The Nikkei closed down 1.25% at 26,119.52 points (+0.56% over the past week) while the losses of the broader Topix … Read more

What can be done with 100 thousand Argentine pesos?

Argentina is going through one of its worst economic crises with a inflation which in 2022 almost reached the 3 figures, a phenomenon that many years ago did not occur in our country, added to the constant rise of the dollar which, although it did not reach inflation, was very close, with a price of … Read more

behind the scenes of a palace revolution

Par Ivan Letessier Published on 01/04/2023 at 7:35 p.m., Update yesterday at 07:38 Alexandre Barrière and Dominique Desseigne in 2018. On the right, the Barrière Le Normandy hotel in Deauville. Lord Jerome/ABACA / Lord Jerome / Blondet Eliot/ABACA / Blondet Eliot NARRATIVE – 111 years after the creation of the group of hotels and casinos, … Read more

BYD, the Chinese electrical giant that melts on Tesla

Par Valerie Collet Posted on 03/01/2023 at 20:14, Update on 03/01/2023 at 21:25 A BYD automobile at the Mondial de l’Auto in Paris, October 17, 2022. ERIC PIERMONT/AFP The American manufacturer remains the world number one, but Chinese competition is rapidly gaining momentum. Tesla, world champion of electric vehicles, is it about to be dethroned … Read more

Fall in gas and electricity prices in France

The high voltage network manager has lowered the alert level for rotating blackouts. LIONEL BONAVENTURE/AFP Electricity and gas prices on the French wholesale market returned for the first time to their level before Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on 24 February. The price of electricity for the first quarter of 2023 fell back below 300 euros … Read more

Dollar rallies as stocks fall

The dollar, which weakened in the first part of the session, recovered slightly on Thursday as the stock market had a difficult day. Around 8:25 p.m. GMT, the greenback climbed 0.28% against the euro at 1.0576 dollars for one euro, and 0.58% against the pound sterling at 1.2012 dollars for one pound. “The Forex is … Read more