Inequalities, fee overruns, housing: today’s eco recap

ECO SCAN – Didn’t you have time to look at the economic news this Thursday? Le Figaro summarizes the main topics of the day for you.

• Inequalities in the world have worsened further

An OECD report points out that income inequalities have reached an all-time high since the 1980s. The crisis has largely contributed to their worsening.

• More doctors are practicing fee overruns

Despite the supervision system put in place in 2013, there are more and more healthcare professionals who practice free tariffs.

• Sales of new homes are finally on the rise

For the first time in months, new home sales rose 20% and even jumped 59% among investors. But first-time buyers are still not back.

But also

•. Aid to unemployed people over 60 who are beneficiaries of minimum social benefits, who have contributed enough for their retirement but do not have the required age to retire, will be restored.

• .Based on proprietary information from Figaro, the regulated tariffs proposed by Engie (ex-GDF Suez) will fall back as of June 1. The decline will oscillate by 0.56%.

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