Is the ban on the sale of puppies and kittens in pet shops a threat to the sector?

DECRYPTION – The law prohibiting the sale of puppies and kittens in pet stores from 2024 questions the future of these stores. With nearly nine million dogs and 15 million cats, the French no longer hide their growing affection for pets. However, it will no longer be possible to soften up in front of puppies … Read more

Bercy’s recipe for reducing the costs of retirement products

The government wants the costs to be readable, so that the offers are more easily comparable. The success of the new retirement savings plans (PER), which blow their two candles this Friday, cannot be denied. Savers have flocked to these products launched to replace old Perp, Madelin or Perco: nearly 3.8 million PER, half of … Read more

Carrefour will abolish the traditional token for shopping trolleys

The brand signals the end of the currency system, deemed too restrictive by its customers. It is a habit that is lost: that of using a token or a coin to unlock your shopping cart. According to BFMTV, the Carrefour group has taken the decision to abolish this coin mechanism, which had been put in … Read more

Clean Share life insurance, reduced in costs, wants to find a place

These contracts, without retrocommissions, promise more savings to savers. The preferred placement of the French is also one of the most cost-intensive: entry fees, payment, outstandings or arbitration … These charges weigh heavily, between 0.5 and 1% per year for the only costs management. But these are not the only ones. Added to this is … Read more

How Le Pen positions itself against Macron

PJust in time for the change in leadership at the top of the Rassemblement National (RN), Marine Le Pen presented initial ideas for the presidential election campaign. The 53-year-old presidential candidate is campaigning with the subject of “Freedoms, beloved freedoms”. The right-wing extremists want to position themselves against incumbent Emmanuel Macron. She accuses him of … Read more

The Bataclan, a concert hall under the weight of memory

Since the attacks of November 13, 2015, the Bataclan has tried to reinvent itself despite financial difficulties and changes of owner. But it remains marked by an attack which has made it a place of memory in spite of itself. The footsteps of onlookers dull a little in front of the silent facade of the … Read more

fears dissipate in equity markets

After coming close to its historic record in August, the CAC 40 took a break. Before setting off again? It came close to it. On August 13, in full summer torpor, the CAC 40 climbed to 6,913.67 points in session, a hair’s breadth from its historic peak hit on September 4, 2000, just 21 years … Read more

Mandatory health pass on the terrace: the government remains firm

Despite the opposition of restaurateurs, the Ministry of the Economy intends to enforce the measure. «If the law is upheld, it will be applied,»Invited this Monday, August 2 on the set of France Info, Alain Griset firmly reiterated his intention to enforce the obligation to have a health pass to go to the terrace. If, … Read more

Bayer struggles to turn the page on glyphosate

The German group is dragging the takeover of Monsanto like a ball. He goes on the offensive in gene therapy and precision agriculture. The controversy around glyphosate is starting again. As the approval of this controversial substance expires in the European Union in December 2022, two reports with contradictory conclusions on its harmfulness have rekindled … Read more

what products will visitors discover at the Élysée this weekend?

REPORTAGE – From a rolling cinema to a dishwasher to period panties, the “Made in France” exhibition offers a wide variety of tricolor productions. A small wooden doll’s house, pickles, a rolling cinema, table football, period panties, a piece of stairs, flowers, a private plane … visitors to the “Made in France” exhibition this weekend. … Read more