the ceiling soon lowered from 38 to 29 euros?

By Julien Da Sois Posted 3 hours ago, Update 43 minutes ago The National Commission for Restaurant Vouchers (CNTR) wants the 29-euro ceiling to be made permanent in restaurants. OceanProd / Adobe Stock It had been doubled in June 2020, from 19 to 38 euros, to support restaurateurs affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. For the … Read more

home resales fall further in May

Sales of existing homes continued to decline in May, for the fourth month in a row, affected by the rise in interest rates. Read alsoIn the United States, the reform of the taxation of multinationals held hostage in Congress The median selling price of existing homes at $407,600 Over the month, 5.41 million houses and … Read more

US recession not ‘inevitable’, says Treasury Secretary

US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said on Sunday that a recession is not “inevitablein the United States, a few days after a new increase in the key rates of the American central bank which raises fears of the prospect of an economic contraction. “I don’t think a recession is inevitable“, said Janet Yellen on the … Read more

industrial production slows more than expected in May

The pace of industrial production in the United States slowed in May, more than expected, according to data released Friday by the American Central Bank (Fed), which also showed a contraction in manufacturing production. The increase in total production was 0.2% compared to April, the data for which was revised upwards (+1.4% against 1.1% initially … Read more

more than 19 million dollars for a last charity lunch with Warren Buffett

A person will shell out $19 million to have lunch with US billionaire Warren Buffett after winning the 21st and final annual auction to benefit an NGO that helps the homeless in San Francisco. Read alsoWarren Buffett bets big on the markets and mocks Wall Street The sale opened last Sunday with a base price … Read more

Why food trucks have never succeeded in conquering city centers

Appearing in the early 2010s in France, “mobile canteens” have had to face various economic and political obstacles which have limited their establishment in cities. Eating a foreign speciality, a hot dog or a poke bowl straight out of the kitchen of a truck is it finally possible in the city centers? At the heart … Read more

Not yet ready for retirement, Advocate General Patrice Lemonnier leaves Rouen for Caen

This article is for subscribers only Register for free and enjoy 14 days of unlimited access to all our articles! I’m registering Posted on 05/15/2022 at 10:00 Investigating judge then general counsel at the Rouen Court of Appeal, Patrice Lemonnier puts down his suitcases in Caen on June 1, 2022. Meeting with one of the … Read more

In Seine-Maritime, the dogs had bitten a retiree and a child: they will be euthanized

This article is for subscribers only Register for free and enjoy 14 days of unlimited access to all our articles! I’m registering Posted on 06/16/2022 at 14:56 The behavioral evaluation concluded that they were dangerous. The dogs who attacked two people on Wednesday June 8, 2022 in Saint-Nicolas-de-la-Taille, near Lillebonne, will therefore be euthanized. If … Read more

the rise in wholesale prices accelerated in May over one month, due to energy prices

The rise in wholesale prices in the United States accelerated in May over one month, due to energy prices, however slowing down a little over one year, according to the producer price index (PPI) published on Tuesday, measurement of inflation on the manufacturer’s and seller’s side. Prices rose by 0.8% over one month, against 0.4% … Read more

Oil resists inflation in the United States and the rise of the dollar

Oil prices resisted Monday, June 13 despite the rise of the dollar and the rout of stock markets, weighed down by fears of economic recession and galloping inflation in major crude-consuming countries such as the United States. Brent crude from the North Sea for August delivery climbed 0.21% to 122.27 dollars. A barrel of US … Read more