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Chine : le FMI sonne l'alarme

Chine : le FMI sonne l’alarme
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L'ACTUALITÉ DU JOUR PAR Guillaume Maujean @gmaujean
à ne pas manquer
Chine : le FMI sonne l’alarme
La Chine doit réagir "de toute urgence". L’avertissement est clair. Il est lancé par le Fonds monétaire international (FMI). L'envolée des dettes des entreprises chinoises soucie en effet de plus en plus les experts du Fonds. Si la Chine persiste à reposer sur le crédit pour doper l'activité, le pays finira par subir une "croissance affaiblie de façon permanente", affirment-ils. Ce n’est pas la première fois que les fragilités financières du pays inquiètent. Mais que le signal soit tiré par l’institution de Washington ne devrait pas manquer de faire réagir le géant asiatique.
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Les VALEURs DU JOUR
PageGroup

C’est finalement au lendemain de leur publication que les résultats trimestriels du cabinet britannique de recrutement ont été appréciés. Si jeudi, le titre PageGroup a cédé 0,57%, il a monopolisé le haut du classement de l’indice européen Stoxx 600 vendredi. Il aura fallu quelques notes d’analystes, soulignant la qualité des comptes et le versement d’un dividende exceptionnel, pour créer le déclic. 

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Festivals : l'année de tous les records
La météo exécrable en début de saison, le climat anxiogène lié aux attentats, auraient pu gâcher  les festivals. Jusqu’ici, il n’en est rien. Si le coût de la sécurité s’est envolé, la fréquentation aussi, avec nombre de records enregistrés. Le Printemps de Bourges a donné le ton, puis Solidays à Paris, les Eurockéennes de Belfort, le Festival d’Avignon, le Festival d’art lyrique d’Aix-en-Provence, les Francofolies de La Rochelle, les Vieilles Charrues à Carhaix, Jazz à Vienne, l’Interceltique de Lorient… Le bon bilan des festivals, à retrouver mardi dans "Les Echos".
 
 
 
 

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