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Chomage : l'inversion de la courbe, enfin ?

Chômage : l'inversion de la courbe, enfin ?
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L'ACTUALITÉ DU JOUR PAR Guillaume Maujean @gmaujean
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Chômage : l'inversion de la courbe, enfin ?
A première vue, ça va mieux. Le taux de chômage en France calculé par l'Insee a baissé de 0,3 point pour atteindre 9,6% de la population active en métropole. C’est son plus bas niveau depuis près de quatre ans. L’inversion de la courbe qui était promise pour la fin 2013 se dessine donc enfin. Quelques bémols toutefois : le chômage de longue durée ne bouge pas. Et la stagnation du PIB au deuxième trimestre risque, avec un décalage dans le temps, de peser sur cette dynamique. D'autant que ce que les spécialistes de l'Insee appellent le « halo autour du chômage » a, lui, légèrement augmenté. Un signe que certains chômeurs sont maintenant découragés. 
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LA VALEUR DU JOUR
Vestas

Le titre du danois Vestas a connu des vents porteurs en Bourse, en tête de l’indice européen Stoxx 600. Il faut dire que le numéro un mondial des éoliennes a dépassé les attentes au deuxième trimestre, doublant son résultat en un an. Il en profite pour relever ses prévisions d’activité annuelle. Et 400 millions d’euros vont être alloués à alimenter un programme de rachat d’actions, sans entacher la politique de dividende.

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La personnalité du jour
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Demain dans "les échos"
Le chimiste cubain qui réinventa Coca-Cola
Il fut l’un des « patrons » les plus admirés des Etats-Unis. Arrivé par surprise à la tête de Coca-Cola en 1981, Roberto Goizueta orchestra la renaissance du groupe de sodas dont il multiplia la valeur par près de 40 en l’espace de seize ans ! Impressionné, le conseil d’administration demanda même à ce chimiste cubain de rester à son poste « indéfiniment ». Tristan Gaston-Breton retrace son parcours météorique, demain dans « Les Echos ».
 
 
 
 

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