purchasing power could see its biggest drop in a decade in 2022 (NGO)

AA / Paris / Ümit Dönmez The purchasing power of the French could experience its biggest drop in a decade in 2022, according to forecasts by a non-governmental organization (NGO). According to a report [1] published on Thursday June 9, the French Observatory of Economic Conditions (OFCE), expects purchasing power to decline “on average by … Read more

Electricity, EDF’s competitors are increasing their prices

For the 10 million or so households that had subscribed to an offer from an alternative supplier, precisely to pay less for their electricity, the bad news will soon arrive, with very significant price revaluations. Some have already received an email in December, telling them that their bill will increase for their next monthly payment. … Read more

Why Bercy returns 5.3 billion euros to taxpayers

If you have received an email from the General Directorate of Public Finances announcing good news, it is neither a joke nor spam. This is indeed a sign that you will soon receive the early repayment of part of the tax credits or reductions to which you are entitled from Bercy. Recurring expenses With the … Read more

the confusion of manufacturers in the face of soaring prices

Aluminum Dunkirk is the leading aluminum foundry in Europe. It is also the leading electricity consumption site in France, with 4 terawatt hours, the equivalent of the city of Marseille. Since mid-December, the company has reduced its production by 10%, precisely because of soaring electricity prices. “In normal times, electricity represents about 28% of our … Read more

Televisions or shampoos, those unsold products that can no longer be destroyed

One more step in the fight against unnecessary waste. From 1is January, unsold items can no longer be destroyed for a series of products: electrical and electronic equipment, textiles, furniture or even hygiene and beauty products. While most of the unsold items are already destocked, recycled or donated, the Ecological Transition Agency estimated that around … Read more