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BNP Paribas met la main sur Compte-Nickel - Les Echos. Compte-Nickel, le compte sans banque, racheté par BNP-Paribas. La banque française s'offre le service de comptes disponibles chez les buralistes.

Compte-Nickel, le compte sans banque, racheté par BNP-Paribas

BNP Paribas acquires Compte Nickel. French fintech startup Compte Nickel was acquired by French bank BNP Paribas yesterday.

BNP Paribas acquires Compte Nickel

I couldn’t nail down the price but I’ve heard that it was quite significant. Compte Nickel was one of the leading fintech startups in France. You can open the equivalent of a current bank account in thousands of tobacco shops in just a few minutes. Tesla veut faire des camions, des bus, couvrir le monde de panneaux solaires... et rassurer ses actionnaires. Dans un billet de blog publié sur le site de Tesla ce 20 juillet le charismatique patron du constructeur américain de voiture électrique Elon Musk revient sur les 10 dernières années de son entreprise (et la sortie des model S, X et 3) mais surtout, il évoque sa vision des 10 prochaines.

Tesla veut faire des camions, des bus, couvrir le monde de panneaux solaires... et rassurer ses actionnaires

Celui qui a également fondé PayPal et SpaceX y présente davantage Tesla comme une entreprise d'énergie renouvelable que comme un fabricant de voitures, puisque "nous devons réussir à mettre en place une économie basée sur l'énergie durable", écrit-t-il. Le patron explique qu'au-delà des berlines et des SUV, l'entreprise veut couvrir toutes les formes de transport possible. Pour ce faire il compte élargir sa gamme à des voitures moins onéreuses, sortir un pick-up mais aussi un semi-remorque et des bus (ce sur quoi Elon Musk avait déjà fait du teasing en avril dernier). intégration dans l'énergie. Pokémon Go : Nintendo, Google, Apple... comment se partagent-ils le pactole ? Après les Etats-Unis, l’Australie ou la Nouvelle-Zélande, le jeu mobile en réalité augmentée Pokémon Go débarque aujourd’hui en France et dans bien d'autres pays (35 en tout), rendant ce raz-marée planétaire.

Pokémon Go : Nintendo, Google, Apple... comment se partagent-ils le pactole ?

Il s’annonce comme un grand jackpot. Ubi i/o : Huit startups françaises, dix semaines pour conquérir New York. Meet blockchain-based sovereign ID ObjectChain Collab: the 'R3 of distributed identity' The technology exists to deploy a trusted system of global self-sovereign identity; the problem is getting stakeholders round the table to agree on widespread adoption.

Meet blockchain-based sovereign ID ObjectChain Collab: the 'R3 of distributed identity'

The emergence of blockchain-based verification closes the technology gap, it is argued, allowing individuals to take control of their data in such a way that it will also be trusted by governments, banks, regulators and so on. Enter ObjectChain Collab, a research and proof-of-concept project looking at making individual, distributed ID a reality. The group has brought together financial institutions and regulators from across the globe, as well as legal professionals and representatives of the charitable sector. Experts Reveal Top Trends in Wealth Management - Production. Why We Need To Stop Sweeping Financial Literacy Under The Rug - Production.

4 Key Takeaways from Money20/20 Europe in Copenhagen - Production. Business - Asia Edition. Goldman Sachs recommended reading list. Understanding Benchmark Oils: Brent Blend, WTI and Dubai. Open a newspaper and there’s a good chance you’ll find a news story about the price of oil going one direction or the other.

Understanding Benchmark Oils: Brent Blend, WTI and Dubai

To the average consumer, it’s easy to get the impression that there’s a singular, worldwide market for this crucial energy source. In reality, there are different types of crude oil – the thick, unprocessed liquid that drillers extract below the earth – and some are more desirable than others. For instance, it’s easier for refiners to make gasoline and diesel fuel out of low-sulfur, or “sweet,” crude than oil with high sulfur concentrations. Global Stocks Tumble Following Shanghai's 7% Crash.

Stocks were pummeled on the first trading day of the year, sending the Dow Jones Industrial Average down as much as 467 points before recouping some of those losses as a selloff in Chinese equities spread amid anxiety over the outlook for global growth.

Global Stocks Tumble Following Shanghai's 7% Crash

While the U.S. blue-chip index had almost halved its decline by the end of Monday trading, the Dow still capped its worst start to a year since 2008. Banks and health care shares led the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index to a 1.5 percent slump, and a gauge of global equities posted its worst inaugural session in at least three decades. Emerging-market shares slid the most since August as evidence of slowing manufacturing in China triggered a selloff that halted trading in Shanghai. As riskier assets were shunned, bonds found favor and the yen rallied. Oil ended lower after rising earlier in the session. Stocks The MSCI All-Country World Index fell 2.1 percent by 5 p.m. in New York, topping its slide of 1.5 percent at the start of 2001.

Bonds. The market will drop 20% in 2016: Pento-—commentary. So here are a few of my predictions and trading strategies for 2016: • The S&P 500 falls more than 20 percent as it finally succumbs to the incipient global recession. • Janet Yellen states in the first half of 2016 that the Fed will not increase the federal-funds rate any further and hints at another round of quantitative easing before year end. • The inability to normalize interest rates is taken as a tacit admission by the Fed that it has utterly failed to save the economy from the Great Recession, and as a result the U.S. dollar crashes below 90 on the U.S. dollar index. • Gold and the miners will be the major winner next year as they will be the primary beneficiaries from continued low nominal interest rates, negative real interest rates and a watershed turn in the value of the US dollar — the yellow metal reaches a high of $1,250 next year.

The market will drop 20% in 2016: Pento-—commentary

The Economist print editions. Author. Staying ahead of the curve: Taking a risk : Westpac Business Focus. Non-Subscriber. The Economist - Capital spending. Business Spectator (@BusinessSpec) mSec – ASX and International Share market news, videos, stock prices and trends. CommSec – ASX and International Share market news, videos, stock prices and trends. mSec – ASX and International Share market news, videos, stock prices and trends. Craig James (@craigjamesOZ) Tweets avec des réponses de Shane Oliver (@ShaneOliverAMP) GS AM Insights. Australian economic reports. Australian economic reports Latest Westpac Economic News Update It's hard to stay ahead of the markets, which is why Westpac Chief Economist Bill Evans and his team produce this bite-sized roundup of the week's economic news and events, with clear analysis and insight plus the outlook for the week ahead.

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