growth but not too much to curb inflation, recommends the chairman of the Fed

American growth must remain positive without being too strong to be able to curb inflation, indicated Tuesday May 17 the president of the American central bank (Fed), Jerome Powell. “What we really need is to get growth back down from its very high levels of last year, to slow down while remaining positive.“, so that … Read more

New EU-US trade talks, against a backdrop of war in Europe

American and European trade officials meet Monday in Saclay in the Paris region for a new meeting of the EU / United States Council on Trade and Technology (TTC), in a context marked by the war in Ukraine. Launched to bring the two blocs together after the departure of the Trump administration, against a backdrop … Read more

The lawyer of a driver who killed a college student appeals while his client is on the run

Sentenced to 7 years in prison, Fatah Merdji had fled during his trial, and has still not been found. He evades justice, but does not forget the procedures. A 19-year-old man, Fatah Merdji, has appealed against his conviction for killing a schoolboy in a car in 2019 in Reims, even though he is currently on … Read more

A lawyer for Bernard Tapie has a valuable watch stolen in Marseille

The victim was taken to task by two men, when she returned Thursday evening to her hotel near the Old Port. A lawyer for Bernard Tapie was attacked on the evening of Thursday, October 7 in Marseille, just hours before the funeral of the ex-businessman in the Marseille city, by two people who stole a … Read more

consumer confidence deteriorates significantly in May (University of Michigan)

American consumer confidence deteriorated sharply in May, in all categories of the population, and the index measuring it fell to its lowest level since August 2011. The index thus lost 9.4% compared to April, and fell to 59.1 points, according to the preliminary estimate of the University of Michigan survey released on Friday. This deterioration … Read more

“The investigation is not at a standstill”, says the lawyer for the civil parties

While Delphine Jubillar’s uncle and aunt were heard by the courts for the first time last Friday, the criminal lawyer explains that new research has been launched. Is the guilt (or innocence) of Cédric Jubillar about to become clearer? In any case, this is what civil party lawyer Me Mourad Battikh, who advises Delphine Jubillar’s … Read more

rate hike could be faster after summer if inflation persists

A U.S. central bank (Fed) official said on Friday she expects rate hikes of more than half a point as early as September if inflation does not ease, warning that necessary measures could push up unemployment and slow the growth. Read alsoAgribusiness: how inflation sustains itself “Unless there are any big surprises, I expect it … Read more

the Senate confirms the reappointment of Jerome Powell as Fed Chairman for a second term

The US Senate confirmed on Thursday May 12 the reappointment as chairman of the central bank (Fed) of Jerome Powell, chosen by Joe Biden for a second term, in the midst of a series of rate hikes in the face of high inflation. Read alsoIn the United States, employees in a position of strength The … Read more

weekly jobless claims are on the rise again

Weekly jobless claims in the United States increased again last week, passing the 200,000 mark, mainly due to seasonal adjustments, say economists who rule out large layoffs for the moment. From May 1 to 7, 203,000 people applied for unemployment benefit, 1,000 more than the previous week, the number of which was also revised upwards, … Read more

Jonathann’s lawyer and Alexia’s family each publish a book on the drama

One is a tribute to the victim while the other is a reflection on the personality of the killer and “the difficulty of defending a man like Jonathann in a gendered society”. Alexia, our daughter and I wanted her to shut up. Two books, two approaches. One is Alexia Daval’s parents, Isabelle and Jean-Pierre Fouillot, … Read more