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Citizens’ convention: Medef deplores “incredible provisions”

Patrick Martin, deputy president of Medef, estimated Tuesday on BFM Business that the Citizen’s Climate Convention included “still incredible provisions”, especially for homeowners, the day after an exchange between Emmanuel Macron and the 150 citizens composing this entity. “There must be no ambiguity, everyone shares the objective of protecting the environment and we have no

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Inflation picks up slightly in November, according to INSEE

Consumer prices rose slightly year on year in November, to 0.2%, after remaining stable the previous two months, INSEE reported on Tuesday, confirming its initial provisional estimate. Over one month, prices also rose by 0.2%, after having also been stable in October, adds the National Institute of Statistics. This “slight rebound in inflation (over one

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Bertille Bayart: “Tomorrow, a zombie economy?”

ANALYSIS – Does the deluge of credit keep non-performing companies in artificial survival? This is the danger of shutting down the economy, which could be prolonged by a loss of productivity and potential growth over time. Will the living dead cross the big screen and escape from the B-movie horror movies to land in reality?

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Sterling hanging on Brexit hiccups

After strong nervousness last week, the currency is bouncing back on hopes of agreement. The pound sterling is yo-yoing, according to the jolts of the Brexit negotiations. It rebounded on Monday, nearly 1.5% to 1.34 dollars, on new hopes of a free trade agreement, after having plunged at the end of last week due to

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