Crisis: employee loans, a still confidential option

The government does not speak “absolutely” of this tool which “could reduce the state bill” by reducing recourse to short-time working. (illustration) ( AFP / MYCHELE DANIAU ) It is a hidden device that lives in the massive shadow of recourse to partial unemployment. Yet facilitated by the government, the loan of labor between companies … Read more

Video – Daval’s discomfort: “his state of health is reassuring” (general counsel) – 11/18/2020 22:30:08

AFP Video•11/18/2020 at 10:30 PM Jonathann Daval, who appears before the assizes of Haute-Saône for the murder of his wife Alexia, made a “vagal discomfort” and “his state of health is reassuring”, according to Advocate General Emmanuel Dupic. Copyright © 2020 AFP. All rights of reproduction and representation reserved. All the information reproduced in this … Read more

“Our bank prevents us from changing borrower insurance”

TESTIMONIALS – Around a hundred LCL clients have lodged a complaint and demanded that their damage be reimbursed. And other establishments could suffer the same fate. It’s a first! UFC-Que Choisir has taken legal action against a bank, LCL in this case, accused of preventing some of its customers from changing borrower insurance, as the … Read more

EasyJet: Credit Suisse to purchase, raises its target

This analysis was prepared by Cercle Finance and disseminated by BOURSORAMA on 11/10/2020 at 10:47:00. Acting exclusively as a distribution channel, BOURSORAMA did not participate in any way in its development nor exercised any discretionary power as to its selection. The information contained in this analysis has been transcribed “as is”, without any representation or … Read more

Real estate: record for the average duration of loans in France

The banking authorities ask banks to be vigilant by no longer granting any credit exceeding 25 years of monthly payments. (Pixabay / AlexanderStein) The average duration of new mortgage loans granted by banks reached records, going from 230 to 235 months, or 19.6 years in October, according to the Housing Credit Observatory / CSA. The … Read more

Life insurance: affected but not sunk

In the context of low interest rates, life insurance is becoming more patrimonial (Credits 123 RF) Negative rates, health crisis … life insurance is undergoing an unfavorable context and is gradually losing its “popular” savings assets to evolve towards more “patrimonial” savings. Since the start of the year, savers have preferred passbooks to life insurance … Read more

Video – When Lactalis offers itself for 3 billion American cheese … – 09/16/2020 18:00:00

The French dairy giant Lactalis has just acquired the natural cheese brands from the American Kraft Heinz. How is the US market strategic for Lactalis? Analysis by Bruna Basini, Deputy Editor-in-Chief at JDD. Ecorama of September 16, 2020, presented by David Jacquot on .

Air France-KLM rescue: the Netherlands sows trouble, Bruno Le Maire responds

The Dutch finance minister said the airline alliance was not certain to survive, despite billions in loans in the spring. “We will do what is necessary,” said Bruno Le Maire. Bruno Le Maire, September 8, 2020, in Paris (AFP / ERIC PIERMONT) “We have already done a lot, we will continue to do so.” On … Read more

Investments: your recourse in the face of a disturbed real estate market

In the new made to plan, the promoter must provide proof from the project manager indicating the duration of the delay and the new delivery date envisaged. (© Fotolia) The health crisis has lengthened the delays in a real estate market at a standstill during confinement. Our practical advice regarding the consequences of the delicate … Read more

Wall Street ends down 1.45%

WALL STREET FINDS LOWERING (Reuters) – The New York Stock Exchange ended Thursday down 1.45%, after a choppy session, marked by the pullback of the heavyweights of technology in the aftermath of their rebound and the announcement of the figures of unemployment in the United States, which confirms the lack of vigor of the recovery. … Read more