The thorny question of the future withdrawal of emergency aid

The State is seeking to gradually reduce the expenses incurred by companies in difficulty by the health crisis. Turn off the financial tap at the … Read more

Why Bercy does not want to … increase your taxes

Increasing the tax burden would undermine the country’s economic recovery. While the country is taking on record levels (116.4% of GDP, unprecedented!) To settle the … Read more

public accounts will deteriorate even further in 2021

Bercy will mobilize more than 20 billion in emergency aid next year, which requires an extension of 8 billion. A bottomless well. The measures to … Read more

With the premium freeze for the hotel and catering industry, insurers see red

Bruno Le Maire posed an ultimatum by asking insurers to make “proposals”. The two camps must meet this Monday at the end of the morning. … Read more

Government could buy back surplus stocks from traders after the holidays

If traders do not manage to sell their goods in December and January, Bercy could take part of them to relieve their cash flow. The … Read more

There will (no doubt) be cinema at Christmas

And a merry Christmas to all. Tuesday, December 15, the signs of cinemas, closed since October 30, will come back on. Emmanuel Macron’s announcement was … Read more

Emmanuel Macron will announce the reopening date on Tuesday on television

The federations of traders hope for a reopening on Saturday 28 November. The head of state will make his decision after studying the health data … Read more

how small shareholders hit the jackpot

SURVEY – Since the IPO a year ago, the capital gain is close to 77% for individuals, despite some ups and downs. Through Herve Rousseau … Read more