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Les Echos 18H : Niel s'invite dans un fief de Bollore

Les Echos 18H : Niel s'invite dans un fief de Bolloré
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L'ACTUALITÉ DU JOUR PAR Daniel Fortin @dafortin
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Niel s'invite dans un fief de Bolloré
C'est sur les terres italiennes de Vincent Bolloré que Xavier Niel, le fondateur de Free, a décidé de débarquer. Via sa filiale Rock Investment, il a pris, à titre personnel, 11,2 % du capital de Telecom Italia, dont Vivendi, dirigé par le patron breton, détient aujourd'hui plus de 20 %. On ne connaît pas encore les intentions de "l'ex-bad boy" des télécoms. S'agit-il de défier Vincent Bolloré, ce qui, sur le papier, annoncerait l'un des plus beaux feuilletons guerrier de l'année entre les deux tycoons français ? Ou, au contraire, d'une action de concert entre deux pirates à l'abordage de l'un des plus beaux vaisseaux italiens ? Réponse dans quelques heures.
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LA VALEUR DU JOUR
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Nikkei +0.17 %
18935.71
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  Dow Jones : 17748.02 -0.18 %
  CAC 40 : 4885.82 -0.1 %
Danone

Danone boit du petit-lait. L’abandon par Pékin de sa politique d’enfant unique est une aubaine pour le groupe français, l’un des trois acteurs majeurs de l’énorme marché de la nutrition infantile en Chine (19 milliards de dollars). Autour de l’équilibre avant l’annonce, l’action a gagné soudainement 3 % dans son sillage, avec une poussée à plus de 65 euros, au plus haut depuis six mois.

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LE CHIFFRE DU JOUR
9.000
C'est le nombre de postes que la Deutsche Bank veut supprimer après avoir essuyé une perte historique de 6,01 milliards d'euros au troisième trimestre.
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Demain dans "les échos"
"Les Echos Week-End" : dans les coulisses des prix littéraires
La saison des prix littéraires s'annonce. Longtemps, le soupçon a pesé sur ces choix qui déterminent une large part de la santé des maisons d'édition. Qu'en est-il aujourd'hui ? L'enquête de Nathalie Silbert, au coeur du système, est à lire demain dans le supplément Week-End des "Echos".
 
 
 
 

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