Youth, a golden age for the sharing economy?

Coworking, coliving, participatory living, carpooling, community gardens… the collaborative is at the cutting edge. Two out of three French people have already experienced the collaborative economy, and 65% are willing to share the items they use, according to a survey of more than 1,000 French people aged 18+ conducted by Odoxa for AlloVoisins. A lifestyle … Read more

New promotions, trends and forecasts in the energy saving solutions market 2030

Global Energy Saving Solutions Market Overview The Energy Saving Solutions market reports provide a comprehensive overview of the market size and share. The Energy Saving Solutions market data reports also provide historical and forecast 5-year data for the industry along with socio-economic data. Key partners can reflect on the insights, charts and figures referenced in … Read more

Walgreens CEO Roz Brewer was highest-paid CEO in 2021: new Equilar report – Reuters

Walgreens CEO Roz Brewer was the highest-paid female CEO in 2021, according to a new Equilar study. Brewer received $28.3 million in compensation — $20.2 million in stock awards. Equilar’s study looked at the top 100 companies by revenue that submitted proxy statements for 2021 through March 31. Although some companies have yet to issue … Read more

European Union | Zelensky hopes to gain candidate status in “weeks.”

(Kyiv) Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said on Monday he hopes his country can obtain candidate status for European Union membership “in the coming weeks”, thanking Brussels for its speed. Posted at 1:56 p.m During a meeting in Kyiv, Mr. Zelensky submitted two voluminous files representing the application for entry into the EU to the EU … Read more

Browsing a buoyant market, Deezer is preparing for an IPO at the end of July

This time should be the right one. Music streaming platform Deezer attempted an IPO in 2015 before abandoning it at the last minute, citing “Market Conditions” unfavorable. I2PO is co-owner of Artemis, the holding company of the family of François Pinault – founder of the luxury group Kering -, the investment banker Matthieu Pigasse (single … Read more

Blind and Klaassen sold their Onana card to Sorare, knowing he wouldn’t play

Faced with Maarten Stekelenburg’s surprise start in Sunday’s Dutch Cup against PSV, who was quite simply her team-mate at Ajax, Daley Blind and Davy Klaassen sold their Sorare card from the club’s first-choice goalkeeper, Amsterdam, and used the information them had before anyone else. This was one of the fears of the press when fantasy … Read more

Emerging market banks’ government bond holdings pose risks to financial stability

Emerging market banks’ government bond holdings pose risks to financial stability (Image: Ilgor Kutyaev/iStock from Getty Images) Andrea Deghi, Fabio Natalucci, and Mahvash S. Qureshi April 18, 2022 Treasury stocks held by banks are reaching unprecedented levels as authorities spend public money to mitigate the impact of the pandemic. Due to the pandemic, holdings of … Read more

The African Currency Weekly (with Aza)

The fate of the Fragile 5 depends on US interest rates. The naira is running out of fuel. The Cedi on a sloping slope. The Edge smokes cannabis. The Egyptian pound against the Credocs. The Kenyan shilling appreciated with borrowing below. The Uganda shilling on the ridge. The Tanzanian shilling says thank you to France. … Read more