Not yet registered for the newsletter service?



Forgot password? Reset it!


AB 2000 studies

Alain Boublil Blog



Toward a European crisis ?

The European Union is in bad way. It is not the first time. We remember the crisis which had affected the European Monetary System with the several readjustments and the return journey of the Sterling. But that had not impeached the creation of the euro and the successful conversion of the national currencies into the single one. We have not anymore forgotten the consequences of the sub-prime crisis, of the excessive Greek indebtedness and of the weakness of the Irish financial system. Even the Brexit with all its complications on the trade exchanges and on the role of London as ...

Continue reading

The American economy : a mirage or a miracle ?

The American election campaign has just started with the Republican primary in the Iowa and it is sure that, along with the society challenges as immigration, the economic issues will have a central place in the debate. The Biden administration will defend its achievements when the Republicans will explain that, with them, the results would have been much better and especially that most of the recorded progresses were resulting from decisions taken under the Donald Trump mandate. The only thing which is sure, it is that the American economy during these last years has obtained clearly better performances than the ...

Continue reading

Interest rates : The end of the increases

The United States, United Kingdom and eurozone central banks have announced they kept their basic rates at the current level. These decisions have been justified by the significant slowing of inflation which has been observed since the end of the Summer with in September prices increases came back year on year to 2.9% in the euro zone and to 3.7% in the U.S. The executives of these institutions have clearly specified that didn’t rule out new increases in the coming months because they considered that we were far from the objective figuring, explicitly or implicitly, in ...

Continue reading