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Keynes, reviens, s'il te plait

Les mesures qu’a annoncées Emmanuel Macron pour tenter de répondre au profond mécontentement qui se manifeste à travers les « Gilets jaunes » répondent toutes à la même logique : augmenter le pouvoir d’achat des salariés dont la rémunération est inférieure à la moyenne. Ces augmentations ou ces primes seront financées en partie par l’Etat puisqu’elles ne sont pas imposables ou résultent d’une hausse de primes existantes assorties de la suppression des charges sociales. Une faible partie restera à la charge des entreprises. L’objectif est d’atténuer les tensions ...

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The three causes of the French crisis

The crisis France is going through has deep roots. The disorders which are going along it and which are heavily hurting its image in the world are without precedent for almost a century. The support this movement receives in the public opinion, despite the unacceptable violence it generates shows the dimension of the country discontent. Political leaders public declarations, set aside the support to the forces of law and order, show their disarray. The few reactions to the first measures decided by the government confirm that only major changes must be proposed this one wants to put an end to ...

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0.70% : 10 Years French bonds rate

At a time when French government economic policy is violently questioned, due to the increases on household taxation and the social levies affecting retired people and to the de-indexing of all the social benefits including pensions, financial markets are infirming the forecasts made by the minister of Economy. The benchmark rate for the 10 years bonds the French State issues to refinance its debt when it comes to maturity and to cover its budget deficit is staying, on December 3rd at a very low level: 0.70%. It has fluctuated in November between 0.70% and 0.82%. This ...

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