Nissan boss Hiroto Saikawa put on the spot by two consulting companies

Glass Lewis shareholder advisory firms and Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS) have called for a vote against Nissan boss Hiroto Saikawa at the June 25th general meeting. Hiroto Saikawa is in the hot seat. A major consulting firm has urged Nissan shareholders to vote against retaining Nissan’s boss as general manager of the Japanese automaker. A… Read More Nissan boss Hiroto Saikawa put on the spot by two consulting companies

French economy expected to slow more than expected for 2019

Per capita purchasing power should jump by 2.1% in 2019, notes Olivier Garnier, director of studies and international relations at the central bank. The Bank of France has revised its growth forecast for 2019 to 1.3% against 1.4% in March. The slowdown in the international economy continues and threats continue to weigh. The outlook darkens… Read More French economy expected to slow more than expected for 2019

Thales enters the CAC 40, Valeo and Worldline ejected

Euronext announced Thursday evening Thales’ entry into the flagship index of the Paris Stock Exchange on June 24. Valeo and Worldline (formerly Atos subsidiary) will come out of the flagship index which included 41 stocks. Consecration for the equipment manufacturer of aerospace, defense and security: Thales will enter the CAC 40 on Monday, June 24.… Read More Thales enters the CAC 40, Valeo and Worldline ejected

Vladimir Putin celebrates the newfound power of the Russian army

Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke to thousands of soldiers and ex-combatants on Red Square in Moscow, before the parade on the occasion of the 74th anniversary of the Soviet Union’s victory over Nazi Germany May 9, 2019. In Moscow, the traditional May 9 parade to celebrate the 74th anniversary of the Soviet Union’s victory over… Read More Vladimir Putin celebrates the newfound power of the Russian army

Armament: the future light helicopter armies will take off two years earlier

Army Minister Florence Parly will announce the progress of deliveries for the two-year Light Joint Helicopter (HIL) program. To achieve this, Airbus Helicopters will self-finance and pre-finance an amount of about 150 million euros. What twists and turns for the HIL program, the future helicopter of the three armed forces. This time, Airbus Helicopters wins… Read More Armament: the future light helicopter armies will take off two years earlier

European elections: Macron excludes “change of course”

French President Emmanuel Macron, whose list to Europeans was largely outpaced Sunday by the National Rally, has ruled out any change in direction in his policy even if the Prime Minister advocates “more human”. On the contrary, Marine Le Pen, president of the National Gathering, spoke of a “democratic disavowal” for power and called for… Read More European elections: Macron excludes “change of course”