Piracy, inequalities, foreign trade: today’s eco recap

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

• Americans again victims of computer attacks

Washington accuses China of being behind this new attack. Victims will be compensated up to a million dollars in the event of “fraud and identity theft.”

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• In which French cities does inequality between rich and poor worsen the most?

According to a study by the Observatory of Inequalities, the income threshold of the richest 10% has increased by 4,500 euros in three years in Boulogne-Billancourt, when in Le Mans, that of the poorest has fallen by 1,000 euros.

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• Airbus and the drop in oil support French trade

The trade deficit narrowed in April, thanks to a rebound in Airbus sales and a decline in hydrocarbon purchases.

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But also

The Chantelle lingerie brand and the Faïenceries et Emaux de Longwy manufacture have announced a plant closure and bankruptcy.

. 20% of Axa Bank clients have been wrongly assigned a life insurance account, or an account for a higher amount. If they do not dispute these declarations with the tax authorities, some could pay more taxes.

. Stéphane Richard declares himself personally opposed to any form of boycott of Israel. The leader says his decision is dictated by purely commercial considerations, in an Israeli newspaper.

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And as a bonus …

The number of the day: 1 billion. : 600 million will be dedicated to development in its renewable energy sites and 400 million to humanitarian causes.

The conclusion of the day:. Young people aged 15 to 24 are working less and less. In the first quarter of 2015, only 28.3% of them had a job.

• The statement of the day: “The overhaul of our tax system has not really started.” In a column published in Release, .

(Jade Grandin de l’Eprevier, Cécile Crouzel, Victoria Masson, Cyrille Louis and the Figaro and Figaro.fr teams)