A French transplant in the United States attacks Social Security to reimburse her the bill of more than a million dollars

In the first instance, in July 2021, the Paris court ordered the Paris Primary Medical Insurance Fund (CPAM) to pay two-thirds of the sum. (AFP / FEDERICO FLORÍN) A salty bill of more than a million dollars. A French woman, transplanted in both hands in the United States in 2016 because she then considered this … Read more

closes the Stellantis factory in Rennes and Sochaux

The factories will remain closed until July 1. Production at the Stellantis (former PSA) factories in Rennes-La Janais and Sochaux (Doubs) will stop until July 1 due to semiconductor shortages, a measure affecting some 2,000 employees. The Rennes factory was supposed to close on Wednesday night, the Sochaux factory does not work from the night … Read more

MARKET POINT-Back in sight in Europe before Powell’s big oral (updated) – 06/22/2022 at 08:34

(Updated with Futures, Europe Bond Market Open, Tokyo Close, UK Inflation) Red in sight for Europe and Wall Street indices The day will be dominated by Jerome Powell’s hearing in the Senate Oil prices fall sharply by Laetitia Volga PARIS, June 22 (Reuters) – Major European stock markets are expected to fall again on Wednesday, … Read more

McDonald’s successor in Russia aims for success despite challenges – 06/21/2022 at 19:10

MCDONALD’S SUCCESSOR IN RUSSIA SEEKS SUCCESS DESPITE CHALLENGES MOSCOW (Reuters) – Big Macs and McFlurrys are no longer on the menu of former McDonald’s restaurants in Russia, but its successor, ‘Vkusno & tochka’, has set itself ambitious growth targets after selling a record number of burgers on Christmas Day. its opening. its chief executive told … Read more

The Paris Stock Exchange prepares to reverse the opening – 06/22/2022 at 08:36

The Paris Stock Exchange headed for a sharply lower open on Wednesday, tainted by risk aversion returning to investors after two sessions of gains on lackluster economic prospects. The CAC 40 Index futures contract fell 1.55% about forty minutes before the session opened. On Tuesday it had risen 0.75% to 5,964.66 points. However, the two … Read more

Throwback in sight in Europe before Powell’s big oral – 06/22/2022 at 09:03

KICKBACK IN SIGHT IN EUROPE BEFORE JEROME POWELL’S BIG ORAL by Laetitia Volga PARIS (Reuters) – Major European stocks are expected to fall again on Wednesday, as is Wall Street, on concerns about economic growth and inflation within hours of a much-anticipated speech by Jerome Powell, chairman of the Fed. Federal. (Fed), on Congress in … Read more

MARKET POINT-Back in sight in Europe before Powell’s big oral (updated) – 06/22/2022 at 08:34

(Updated with Futures, Europe Bond Market Open, Tokyo Close, UK Inflation) * Red on sight for Europe and Wall Street indices * The day will be dominated by Jerome Powell’s hearing in the Senate * Oil prices fall sharply by Laetitia Volga PARIS, June 22 (Reuters) – Major European stock markets are expected to fall … Read more

Setback in sight in Europe before Jerome Powell’s great oral – 06/22/2022 at 07:53

KICKBACK IN SIGHT IN EUROPE BEFORE JEROME POWELL’S BIG ORAL by Laetitia Volga PARIS (Reuters) – Major European stocks are expected to fall again on Wednesday, as is Wall Street, on concerns about economic growth and inflation within hours of a much-anticipated speech by Jerome Powell, chairman of the Fed. Federal. (Fed), on Congress in … Read more

Herbicide Roundup: US Supreme Court Slams Bayer – 06/21/2022 23:08

Roundup weed killer on shelves in Los Angeles, California, on September 1, 2019 (AFP/Mark RALSTON) The US Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to grant a request from the German group Bayer, owner of Monsanto, in a case related to its Roundup herbicide, which opened the door to compensation of several billion dollars. By not taking … Read more

The sales start in a climate of uncertainty

By Mary Bartnik Published 4 hours ago, Updated 2 hours ago With inflation and rising clothing prices, consumers pay much more attention to what they buy. Jeantrekkeur – stock.adobe.com Merchants fear that consumers will arbitrage their purchases against clothing. Consumer behavior has rarely been so difficult to predict. Will they be there for the sales … Read more