Friday, 4 July 2014
Monday, 23 June 2014
Sunday, 15 June 2014
Ce joueur a été le seul parmi des dizaines de millions de participants européens à trouver les sept bons numéros nécessaires pour décrocher cette somme exceptionnelle. C'est le gain le plus important remporté en Espagne à la loterie européenne. » | samedi 14 juin 2014
Saturday, 14 June 2014
Friday, 13 June 2014
|Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England, speaks at the|
'Lord Mayor's Dinner to the Bankers and Merchants of the City of London'
Interest rates may rise sooner than expected, the Governor of the Bank of England warned.
They could begin to do so later this year, a move that will provide some long-awaited relief to savers but plunge many borrowers into difficulty.
In a speech on Thursday evening, Mark Carney gave his strongest indication yet that the first rise since the wake of the financial crash was imminent, as concern grows over a bubble in house prices. The housing market was now “the greatest risk to the domestic economy”, Mr Carney told an audience of senior bankers.
Minutes earlier, George Osborne, the Chancellor, had also announced new powers for the Bank to restrict mortgage lending in his annual Mansion House speech.
The statements from the two most powerful figures in British economic policy come as more experts are warning that the recovering economy risks overheating. » | James Kirkup, Political Editor | Thursday, June 12, 2014
Wednesday, 11 June 2014
Thursday, 5 June 2014
Frankfurt am Main - Die Europäische Zentralbank (EZB) hat ihren Leitzins auf ein Rekordtief gesenkt und erstmals einen negativen Einlagensatz beschlossen. Angesichts der zuletzt sehr niedrigen Inflationsrate wird der Zins, zu dem sich die Geschäftsbanken bei der Notenbank Geld leihen können, um 0,10 Punkte auf 0,15 Prozent gesenkt, wie die EZB am Donnerstag nach ihrer Ratssitzung in Frankfurt mitteilte.
Der Einlagensatz, zu dem Banken kurzfristig Geld bei der Notenbank parken können, wird erstmals in den negativen Bereich gedrückt. Er sinkt von bisher null Prozent auf minus 0,10 Prozent. Der Zins für kurzfristige Ausleihungen bei der Notenbank vermindert sich von 0,75 auf 0,40 Prozent. » | nck/dpa/Reuters | Donnerstag, 05. Juni 2014
Wednesday, 4 June 2014
Tesco has reported its largest fall in sales for decades as shoppers turn away from Britain's biggest retailer.
The supermarket chain reported that like-for-like sales fell by 3.7pc in the UK in the three months to May 25.
Philip Clarke, Tesco's chief executive, admitted he had not experienced a larger fall in sales during his 40 years at the retailer.
Tesco is losing sales as the German discounters Aldi and Lidl attract shoppers at a rapid pace.
Mr Clarke said sales had been hit by store refurbishments and "subdued" spending by customers. The fall in sales also reflects the deflationary effect of price cuts as Tesco invests £200m in an attempt to sharpen its pricing. Read on and comment » | Graham Ruddick | Wednesday, June 04, 2014
Friday, 30 May 2014
Thursday, 29 May 2014
The middle classes will die out within 30 years because of rising property prices, which will rob today's children of their dreams, an economist has warned.
David Boyle, a government adviser and fellow of the New Economics Foundation think tank, said that youngsters can no longer expect the same level of affluence as their parents.
Speaking at the Hay Festival he warned that Britain will be left with a "tiny elite and a huge sprawling proletariat" who have no chance of "clawing their way out of a hand-to-mouth existence".
He predicted that the average house price will reach £1.2 million by 2045, putting a home beyond the range of most people as wages fail to keep up with huge increases.
Mr Boyle said that the traditional middle classes will need three or four jobs just to be able to pay soaring rents. People will no longer have the space or time to pursue cultural interested [sic]. » | Sarah Knapton, Science Correspondent | Wednesday, May 26, 2014
Tuesday, 27 May 2014
Capitalism is at risk of destroying itself unless bankers realise they have an obligation to create a fairer society, the Bank of England governor has warned.
Mark Carney said bankers had operated a "heads-I-win-tails-you-lose" system. He questioned whether traders met ethical standards and said that those who failed to meet high professional standards should face ostracism.
Speaking at a City conference, the Bank's governor warned that there was a growing sense that the basic social contract at the heart of capitalism was breaking down amid rising inequality. "We simply cannot take the capitalist system, which produces such plenty and so many solutions, for granted. Prosperity requires not just investment in economic capital, but investment in social capital."
In a strongly worded critique of City behaviour in the run-up to the financial crisis, Carney said market radicalism and light-touch regulation had eroded fair capitalism, while scandals such as the rigging of Libor markets had undermined trust in the financial system.
"Just as any revolution eats its children, unchecked market fundamentalism can devour the social capital essential for the long-term dynamism of capitalism itself. To counteract this tendency, individuals and their firms must have a sense of their responsibilities for the broader system."
Carney told delegates at a conference on inclusive capitalism in London – which was attended by the former US president Bill Clinton – that big banks had operated in a "heads-I-win-tails-you-lose bubble", with personal gain hotly pursued by bankers. » | Angela Monaghan | Tuesday, May 27, 2014
Sunday, 18 May 2014
Hamburg - Die Deutsche Bank will mit der Ausgabe neuer Aktien rund acht Milliarden Euro von Investoren einsammeln. Das beschloss der Aufsichtsrat am Sonntagabend. Die Deutsche Bank soll mit dem neuen Geld krisenfester werden. Gelingt die Aktion, wäre es die zweitgrößte Kapitalerhöhung in der Geschichte des Konzerns.
Eine kleine Revolution ist dabei der bevorstehende Einstieg des Herrscherhauses von Katar. Scheich Hamad Bin Jassim Bin Jabor Al-Thani soll über seine Investmentfirma Paramount Services 30 Millionen Deutsche-Bank-Aktien erhalten und wäre mit rund fünf Prozent der Anteile größter Einzelaktionär der Bank. Das Privatvermögen des Scheichs wird auf 70 Milliarden Dollar geschätzt. » | Von Stefan Kaiser | Sonntag, 18. Mai 2014