Why Elon Musk panics the stock market

ANALYSIS – In addition to SpaceX, Elon Musk created Tesla, which has seeded all the global giants of the automotive industry. Dizzying, stratospheric… On the stock market, a week ago, Tesla’s valuation passed the trillion dollar mark last week – “trillion” in English – after a 12.66% rise in price on October 25. This surge … Read more

When the Indonesian president visits Elon Musk to talk about nickel

Indonesia has the largest reserves in the world, and Joko Widodo intends to develop an electric vehicle industry at home based on this metal. For an investor of the caliber of Elon Musk, Indonesian President Joko Widodo is willing to move. It was this Saturday that the meeting between the boss of Tesla and the … Read more

E.Leclerc recalls aperitif cheeses suspected of containing listeria

The recall campaign concerns a 65 gram sachet of the Les Croisés brand, containing a duo of goat cheese balls for an aperitif. E.Leclerc stores launched a national recall campaign on Thursday, May 12, relayed by the government site Rappel Conso, concerning aperitif cheeses suspected of containing listeria, a bacterium responsible for listeriosis. This infectious … Read more

In the United States, employees in a position of strength

American companies are short of manpower. The ILWU, one of the strongest unions in the country, is in a strong position to win higher wages and better working conditions. Washington Correspondent The negotiations which have just opened between the union of 22,000 dockworkers on the west coast and the operators of the largest American ports … Read more

“I am outraged by the images I have seen,” says Olivier Véran

Faced with the testimony of a father whose child died after eating a Buitoni pizza, the Minister of Health said he was “devastated”. “Mr. Véran must take a stand with strong actions. Apologies are not enough. We’re asking to make sure these things don’t happen again“, declared, this Thursday on RMC, the father of an … Read more

In the United States, the dismay of parents faced with the shortage of baby milk

In question, the supply problems accentuated by the closure of a factory of the manufacturer Abbott. The case took a political turn. “Creepy”, “frustrating”. It’s an unimaginable stressful situation for many American parents: The United States is experiencing a very rare shortage of baby milk. In question, the supply problems accentuated by the closure of … Read more

US mulls letting Russia continue to repay dollar debt

The United States is considering whether to let expire or extend a sanctions waiver that allows Russia to continue to repay its debt and thus escape default, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said on Tuesday. Read alsoRussia finally escapes default in confusion It is “something we are actively looking at right now. We want to make … Read more

Fed expected to raise rates ‘quickly’ this year, official says

The US central bank has already hiked rates twice this year, in March and early May, to curb inflation. US central bank expected to raise ratesrapidlyby the end of the year, after two initial increases in March and early May, in order to slow inflation, the president of the New York branch of the Fed, … Read more

More plethora of job creations in April in the United States

Joe Biden welcomes this movement of business leaders, which promotes post-Covid economic recovery. American companies continued in April to increase hiring, a trend welcomed by Joe Biden who sees it as the result of his economic policy. Read alsoUnited States: increase in job creation in the private sector in September Despite higher costs due to … Read more

Major agricultural powers promise food security despite war in Ukraine

The European Union, the United States, Canada and Australia have pledged to work together to produce food “for everyone”. Major agricultural powers, including the European Union, the United States, Canada and Australia pledged on Friday to ensure world food security despite the shocks caused by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Read alsoCan the World Trade Organization … Read more