“Let's stop criticizing our banks!”

More than ten years after the subprime mortgage crisis, all the light has not been shed, and yet the idea of ​​the guilt of the banks has taken hold firmly in people's minds. They are even blamed for the double fault, since after playing with fire and triggering the crisis, they allegedly asked for help from the States. This unanimous condemnation, the result of incomplete analyzes, is a heavy component of the bank bashing that has raged since then and unfortunately works against our interests. We are indeed at a critical moment when Europe, faced with the domination of American finance and the dollar, must develop its own financial capacities. The development of a strong pan-European financial sector is therefore essential if we particularly want to foster the emergence of future European gafas. 
If it is vain to hope for the complete disappearance of this bank bashing and, one might say, of the bashing market whose roots plunge both in history and in ignor…

Brexit: Brussels makes discussions "unnecessarily difficult", according to the United Kingdom

After talks having given "little progress", the United Kingdom considers that it is the fault of the European Union, which unnecessarily complicates things, according to London!

Brussels makes discussions "unnecessarily difficult", according to the United Kingdom

While the specter of No Deal is very present, London accuses the European Union of making post-Brexit discussions "unnecessarily difficult"! In a statement, UK negotiator David Frost criticized the 27 EU member states for wanting an agreement on state aid and fisheries before moving forward on other issues: "This makes it unnecessarily difficult to do progress ”, he denounced, judging however an agreement“ always possible ”before the end of the transition period at the end of December.



Michel Barnier nevertheless displays his fears. The EU's chief negotiator on the post-Brexit relationship said he was "disappointed and concerned" on Friday after a seventh round of negotiations on the post-Brexit relationship with London. "Those who expected an acceleration this week will be disappointed," he said, recalling that an agreement had to be found no later than the end of October, the time for ratifications, before the end of the transition period to have an agreement in place on January 1, 2021.

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