Edouard Carmignac: “Presenting activists as vultures is a bad trial”

Edouard Carmignac: “Presenting activists as vultures is a bad trial”

Carmignac, one of the largest independent French management boutiques with 35 billion euros in assets, has suffered setbacks in recent years. Edouard Carmignac, its founder, explains. He reveals his intentions regarding his succession, evoking his daughter Maxime Carmignac. Founded by Edouard Carmignac in 1989, the management company for Place Vendôme is one of the largest independent French boutiques, with 35 billion euros in assets. The master of the place is a figure of the Place…

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Donald Trump in “excellent health” … according to his own doctor

Donald Trump in “excellent health” … according to his own doctor

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is “in excellent health,” his attending physician announced Thursday, detailing the results of a recent medical examination. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is “in excellent health,” his attending physician announced Thursday, detailing the results of a recent medical examination. This one-page letter, sent by the Trump campaign team, specifies that he weighs 107 kilos for 1m90, details his cholesterol level (169), triglycerides (61), his blood pressure (11.6 / 7 )….

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Why Benjamin Netanyahu became Israel’s new enemy

Why Benjamin Netanyahu became Israel’s new enemy

EDITORIAL. Backed by Trump, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu seems ready to do anything, even the worst, to achieve his exclusive goal: the building of “Greater Israel”. To the point of going too far? There is no doubt that yesterday in Gaza, the Islamist ideologues of Hamas, using hundreds of loudspeakers, kept urging the Palestinian demonstrators to come as close as possible to the fence that separates the Strip. Palestinian land from Israeli territory. And, possibly,…

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With the impetus of Justin Trudeau, “Canada is back”

With the impetus of Justin Trudeau, “Canada is back”

After a year in power, the Canadian Prime Minister set his politics to music. And pushes the return of his country on the international scene. He is preparing to sign CETA, a trade agreement between Canada and the European Union, this Sunday in Brussels. “We are embarking on a new adventure! ” On October 19, 2015, Justin Trudeau hailed the victory by an absolute majority of his formation, the Liberal Party. Named Prime Minister of…

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Globalization: for Obama, a change of course is essential

Globalization: for Obama, a change of course is essential

If the current tenant of the White House believes that the world “has never been collectively better”, leaders must tackle the widening inequalities. US President Barack Obama stressed Wednesday in Athens that inequality was “one of the greatest challenges” of modern democracies, calling for a “change of course” in globalization. Inequalities “both between countries and within countries” feed “a deep sense of injustice”, underlined Mr. Obama during a speech on the last day of his…

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Democratic primaries: Biden widens the gap with Sanders

Democratic primaries: Biden widens the gap with Sanders

Mississippi, Missouri, Idaho, and especially Michigan, a symbolic catch: the former vice-president of Barack Obama largely won at least four of the six states at stake during this “mini-Super Tuesday”. Joe Biden took a decisive advantage in the Democratic primaries on Tuesday and reached out to his opponent Bernie Sanders to beat Donald Trump “together” in the November presidential election in the United States. Mississippi, Missouri, Idaho, and especially Michigan, a symbolic catch: the former…

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Justice seizes new “ill-gotten gains” from the Sassou clan in France

Justice seizes new “ill-gotten gains” from the Sassou clan in France

The judges notably seized a luxurious villa in the Yvelines. The judges in charge of the so-called ill-gotten property investigation seized several properties, including a luxurious residence in Yvelines, suspecting a nephew of Congolese President Denis Sassou Nguesso of being the real owner, we learned on Tuesday. September 29 from a source close to the matter. On August 15, the judges ordered the referral of two real estate properties in Courbevoie (Hauts-de-Seine) and the Villa…

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Mike Bloomberg withdraws from Democratic primary, backs Joe Biden

Mike Bloomberg withdraws from Democratic primary, backs Joe Biden

The American billionaire Mike Bloomberg announced Wednesday, the day after very disappointing results during “Super Tuesday”, his withdrawal from the Democratic primary and gave his support to the former vice-president Joe Biden. The American billionaire Mike Bloomberg announced Wednesday, the day after very disappointing results during “Super Tuesday”, his withdrawal from the Democratic primary and gave his support to the former vice-president Joe Biden. “Three months ago, I ran for president to beat Donald Trump….

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New Zealand pays tribute to 50 victims of Christchurch

New Zealand pays tribute to 50 victims of Christchurch

New Zealanders on Sunday paid tribute to the 50 dead in the massacre at two mosques in Christchurch, as the story of an act of heroism and the suffering that accompanied the shootings was clarified. New Zealanders on Sunday paid tribute to the 50 dead in the massacre at two mosques in Christchurch, as the story of an act of heroism and the suffering that accompanied the shootings was clarified. A list of those victims…

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Anti-Trump books: the hunting season is on

Anti-Trump books: the hunting season is on

In quick succession, Donald Trump sought to block the release of two dependent books: that of John Bolton, his former National Security adviser, and that of Mary Trump, his niece. Hardly lost, Bolton’s book is at the top of the bestsellers and Mary’s should be in bookstores on July 28. Thrills guaranteed. With his hanging mustache, John Bolton has often been compared to a walrus. Today, it would be better to talk about a polecat:…

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