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Et si c'etait Valls, le vrai frondeur ?

Et si c'était Valls, le vrai frondeur ?
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L'ACTUALITÉ DU JOUR PAR Guillaume Maujean @gmaujean
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Et si c'était Valls, le vrai frondeur ?
Les syndicats sont mobilisés contre la réforme du Code du travail ? « Il faut sortir de la confrontation stérile entre les entreprises et les salariés »martèle-t-il. Des ministres expriment leurs doutes ? « Je ne suis pas troublé par le débat », y compris au sein du gouvernement, répond Manuel Valls. Il est devenu un objet constant d’irritation pour sa majorité ? « Moi, je veux convaincre d'abord les Français que cette réforme est utile ». Et « j’irai jusqu’au bout », affirme le Premier ministre. En première ligne dans la guerre de tranchées qui se prépare sur la refonte du droit du travail, Manuel Valls semble déterminé à se poser comme le réformateur du PS, un an avant la présidentielle. Tout en s'employant à contenir les velléités d'Emmanuel Macron, son rival sur ce créneau. Et si c’était lui, le vrai frondeur à gauche ?
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LE BUZZ
LA VALEUR DU JOUR
EDF

Depuis son pic historique de 87,75 euros atteint 22 novembre 2007, l’action EDF chute de près de 90%. Elle est aujourd’hui tombée sous 10 euros pour la première fois, plombée par une recommandation d’analyste. UBS conseille de vendre la valeur du fait de la baisse des prix de l’énergie.  

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LE CHIFFRE DU JOUR
635 millions d'euros
C'est le résultat net du groupe La Poste en 2015. Une belle performance quand on sait que le courrier décline à un rythme de 6% l'an. Avec un petit coup de pouce du CICE de 318 millions d'euros quand même.
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