E-commerce: Facebook launches the Business Suite application for SMEs

Technology: Facebook is continuing its strategy of developing e-commerce on its platforms, by designing new tools for businesses. Facebook is launching a new application for small businesses, allowing you to manage professional pages or profiles on both Facebook and Instagram.  Facebook Business Suite The tool is called "Facebook Business Suite". The platform explains that this app allows businesses to post to Facebook and Instagram at the same time, and manage and receive messages, notifications and alerts in one place. The interface will also measure engagement, visualizing the tool's metrics through an information tab on Facebook and Instagram.

"We first designed Facebook Business Suite for small businesses, but it's a long-term investment, and we hope to make it the primary interface for businesses of all sizes that use Facebook, Messenger, Instagram and WhatsApp," Facebook CEO Sheryl Sandberg said in a blog post yesterday. “Th…

OPEC+ meeting, the framework of the offer under debate

A remote meeting of OPEC + ministers started on Thursday to take stock of the reduction in world supply and the intentions of producer countries like Iraq and Kazakhstan to respect their production quotas in order to support price per barrel.
 
OPEC+ meeting, the framework of the offer under debate

The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and its allies, united under the unofficial name of Opep +, have reduced their production by 9.7 million barrels per day (bpd) since the beginning of May, an unprecedented drop equivalent to at 10% of total world supply and aims to encourage the rebound in crude prices.

The group agreed earlier this month to extend the deal until the end of July; production should then only be reduced by 7.7 million bpd until December.

Three sources in OPEC + said the Joint Ministerial Monitoring Committee (JMMC) meeting remotely on Thursday should not recommend extending the reduction of 9.7 million bpd beyond July.




He must however fix the date of the next meeting, expected in July, which will discuss the cuts in pumping for the month of August.

On the oil market, the price of a barrel of Brent moved Thursday slightly above 41 dollars. It has recovered more than 150% from its mid-April low ($ 15.98) but remains almost 40% below its level at the start of the year.