Stock Markets: Cautious Europe, Dynamic Asia

Asian markets on Wednesday received a boost from Chinese technology stocks and the reopening of the world’s second-largest economy, but concern was regaining control in Europe over an economic slowdown amid tighter monetary conditions. Read alsoBroadpeak at the gates of the Paris Stock Exchange Chinese markets buoyed by Wall Street and technology stocks on hopes … Read more

Catalonia with the family in terms of beaches, nature and culture

Costa Brava, Costa Barcelona, ​​Costa Daurada and Teres de Libre Are the four major seaside destinations in Catalonia. We know them by name, they are famous and legendary to some. Here are their idiosyncrasies, personalities and…our favorites. They all have this common feature: they are aimed at all generations. Costa Brava between the Pyrenees and … Read more

IKEA turns its stores into warehouses

The Swedish furniture giant wants to use its flagships to place orders online. If Ikea still believes in the future of its stores, it now wants to use it to accelerate its online sales and better serve its customers. Ingka, which operates 90% of Ikea stores worldwide, announced Monday that it will invest more than … Read more

IKEA turns its stores into warehouses

The Swedish furniture giant wants to use its flagships to place orders online. If Ikea still believes in the future of its stores, it now wants to use it to accelerate its online sales and better serve its customers. Ingka, which operates 90% of Ikea stores worldwide, announced Monday that it will invest more than … Read more

Wall Street opened sharply lower, a hangover after the Fed

The New York Stock Exchange opened sharply lower on Thursday, recovering from the euphoria that followed Wednesday’s announcement of a significant increase in the Federal Reserve and comments from its chairman. Around 2:00 p.m., the Dow Jones is down 1.44%, the Nasdaq, with a strong technological colouration, is down 2.60%, and the broader Nasdaq is … Read more

Carlos Ghosn admits to TMC

TF1 Group channel broadcasts “Carlos Ghosn’s Last Journey”, a documentary film dating back to the trial of the former president of Nissan and Renault. The latter testifies in front of the camera about his story and his amazing escape from Japan to reach Lebanon in December 2019. Directed by Nick Green, award-winning documentary maker of … Read more

MAX & MOI perpetuates its business with tradition and modernity, powered by its own ERP software

The history and evolution of the MAX & MOI brand created by Max Lederer, accompanied by ERP publisher Fastmag. MAX & MOI continues the tradition with its own ERP software The fashion brand MAX & MOI was launched in the lap of the Lederer family home, specialized since 1925 in high furs, immortalizing its heritage … Read more

Concerns about the economy push the euro down

The conflict in Ukraine weighed heavily on the euro and European currencies on Monday, while the dollar reached its highest level in nearly two years, as investors feared the economy of the old continent and feared inflation. The possibility of Russian oil sanctions pushed the euro to its lowest level since May 2020 at $1.0806 … Read more

Online commerce weighs 100 billion euros in France, but it still lags far behind

France is behind Germany and the UK in terms of internet access as well as in terms of the number of online shoppers. Online commerce in France, whose turnover exceeded 100 billion euros in 2019, shows “delayover its European neighbors, hence the need to gofarIn the digitization of the economy, according to the government. Read … Read more

MAX & MOI continues the tradition with its own ERP software

The history and evolution of the MAX & MOI brand created by Max Lederer, accompanied by ERP publisher Fastmag. MAX & MOI perpetuates its business with tradition and modernity, powered by its own ERP software. The fashion brand MAX & MOI was launched in the lap of the Lederer family home, specialized since 1925 in … Read more