Jean-Christophe Laurent (Urbat): “Modular housing and cubic meters as a response to the real estate crisis” – MySweetimmo

Jean-Christophe Laurent (Urbat): "Modular housing and cubic meters as a response to the real estate crisis" - MySweetimmo

Jean-Christophe Laurent is the guest in this new episode of Mon Podcast Immo. President Urbat highlights the opportunity to be supported by Vinci Immobilier and presents his modular housing concept launched in Pau in response to the crisis. Real estate crisis, unprecedented impact Created in 1975 in Montpellier, Urbat is primarily aimed at new customers. … Read more

Rent control: new tenancy caps increase on 1 July 2024

Rent control: new tenancy caps increase on 1 July 2024

Reading Time: 1 minute As every year, the maximum allowed rent in Paris will increase from July 1st. New limits have been published. Whether you are a Parisian landlord or tenant, this information will be of interest to you. The new rent caps effective from 1 July 2024 in the capital are now available at … Read more

Getlink se: Why UBS thinks Getlink will regain market share over ferries

Getlink se: Why UBS thinks Getlink will regain market share over ferries

(BFM Bourse) – A Swiss bank bought the operator of the Channel Tunnel on Tuesday, saying the group should regain market share at the end of the year and benefit from a better price environment. Infrastructure operators have suffered on the stock market in recent days. Since Emmanuel Macron announced the dissolution of the National … Read more

The Paris Stock Exchange eases its rebound at the start of the week when Wall Street is not

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After two sessions that allowed it to recover 1.67%, the Cac 40 started to decline again this Wednesday. By 4:15 p.m., it lost 0.57% to 7,585.2 points on trading volume of 1.07 billion euros, with some investors absent for the “Juneteenth” public holiday in the United States, which commemorates the emancipation of slaves. The announcement … Read more

Legislative. The RN withdraws its support for one of its candidates after an anti-Semitic tweet

Legislative.  The RN withdraws its support for one of its candidates after an anti-Semitic tweet

A pebble in the shoe of the national rally. The far-right party, which has been trying for several years to forget its ties to people convicted or suspected of anti-Semitism, was forced to drop one of its candidates this Wednesday. The issue: a 2018 tweet by Joseph Martin, the RN candidate for Morbihan, considered anti-Semitic. … Read more

Hurigny. Your small recyclables can be reclaimed for a good cause

Hurigny.  Your small recyclables can be reclaimed for a good cause

The young members of the municipal children’s council of Hurigny want to raise the awareness of as many people as possible about the need for responsible behavior on the topic of waste management and energy sources. During the working meeting, they expressed their desire to organize a collection of eco-citizens. Glasses, pens, batteries, phones, hats… … Read more

Food. School meals are increasingly “vegetarian”, but still not “quality” enough.

Food.  School meals are increasingly "vegetarian", but still not "quality" enough.

It can do better. This is basically the rating we could give in the report on school meals in France. Two years after the Climate and Resilience Act came into force, which requires cafeterias to be stocked with at least 50% quality and sustainable products (including 20% ​​organic), only 18% of them have met the … Read more

A new drop in Cac 40, the French budget shift caused by Brussels

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The Paris Stock Exchange reversed course this Wednesday after gaining 1.67% over the previous two sessions. At mid-session, the Cac 40 lost 0.6% to 7,581.8 points. Activity is limited to around 630 million euros in index values, due to the absence of American investors for “Juneteenth”, which commemorates the emancipation of slaves in the United … Read more

European Union. Budget deficits: Brussels singles out seven countries, including France

European Union.  Budget deficits: Brussels singles out seven countries, including France

As expected, the European Commission on Wednesday opened the way for excessive deficit procedures against seven EU countries, including France, where spending pledges are mounting two weeks before snap parliamentary elections. In addition to France, the procedures are “justified” for Italy, Belgium, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Malta, the Commission said in a press release. These … Read more