2020-06-04 | by CusiGO

European Market Gendarmerie

Esma imposed a fine of 640000 euros on rating agencies. Regulators accused him of failing to comply with publicly announced methods to document security obligations.

2020-06-04 | by CusiGO

Real Estate Credit: France Is Stronger Than Spain Or Italy

In the European Central Bank’s latest quarterly survey of the credit allocation of eurozone banks, French banks are unique compared to their European competitors.

2020-06-04 | by CusiGO

Dollar, Kneel On The Ground

Since George Freud’s death on May 25, the green money caught up in street rage has lost 2.5%, reflecting the division of the United States. The economic recovery is threatened. This is a test of the elasticity of green money in the coronavirus crisis.

2020-06-04 | by CusiGO

According To A Survey, There Has Been A Sharp Increase In Refusal To Pay Cash During Confinement.

According to Ifop’s survey of Brinks, 11% of French people are having trouble being refused cash by a businessman.

2020-06-04 | by CusiGO

Bank Dividend Of The European Parliament

Some opposition parties want to ban banks from paying dividends by March 31, 2021. They insist that it is important to ensure that European funding is used to directly support the economy.

2020-06-04 | by CusiGO

Traders In The City Defend 35 Hours

Traders in the city estimate that a 7-hour meeting a day, with a 90 minute amputation, will benefit the market. Europe’s markets have been open longer than Asia and Wall Street, but their vitality and liquidity are far lower than their competitors.

2020-06-03 | by CusiGO

Real Estate Credit: Interest Rate Rise Accelerated In May

According to the monthly housing credit survey / CSA released on Wednesday, the average interest rate in May was 7 basis points higher than that in April, with an average of 1.25%.

2020-06-03 | by CusiGO

Lisa Su, The First Highest Paid Female Boss In The United States

For the first time, a woman has become the leader of the highest paid employer in the United States. Lisa Su received $53 million in free shares as a lender to AMD’s semiconductor manufacturer restructuring.

2020-06-03 | by CusiGO

The Post Office Wants To Register With A Private Bank

A potential buyer of Meeschaert, a private banking subsidiary of French postal bank, BPE hopes to accelerate its development through external growth in order to acquire HSBC retail bank in France.

2020-06-03 | by CusiGO

Axa Reduces Dividends Under Executive Pressure

The dividend was halved from EUR 0.73 per share. However, if market and regulatory conditions are favorable, the Group intends to provide supplementary payments to shareholders by the end of the year. “