Let’s start with Word of the day :FTX. What impact will the sudden failure of one of the largest centralized cryptocurrency exchanges have? The case, which revealed that FTX had used investors’ money to lend funds to its “broker” Alameda Research, and thus no longer had sufficient cash or reserves to cover its liabilities, sent the bitcoin stock market plummeting. ether and most virtual currencies. For Elise Cardon, senior portfolio manager of the Coinhouse broker, interviewed by 21 Million, Capital’s premium cryptocurrency newsletter, “the contagion effect was almost instantaneous and investor confidence is particularly eroded”. What will be the other consequences? The opinion of four analyzes can be found on our site.
Outburst of the day : general practitioners threaten to close their practices. Angry at the government’s access to care policy, doctors plan to close their practices on December 1 and 2. “No health without doctors, no doctor without means”, reads the slogan displayed in white letters on a red background in a press release issued by the Confederation of French Doctors’ Unions (CSMF). Today the rate of mobilization is not yet known, but the CSMF promises a “massive movement”. Number of consultations, decrease in the number of trained doctors, “pivot” status of the treating doctor… Discover the reasons for the doctors’ anger on Capital.fr.
The question of the day : Is this the right time to sell given the drop in property prices? Today the majority of real estate operators say it: the drop in prices is now underway. The prices of apartments and houses have already started to falter in the big cities, and the downward cycle could quickly affect the whole territory. Due to the increase in credit rates and the decline in household purchasing power, the decline should last until next spring. But is this the right time to sell your property, and thus avoid falling prices? Capital gives you some answers.
And let’s finish with The day number : 1.6 billion euros. To counter China in case of war, Taiwan has decided to develop its own drones. A strategy launched by President Tsai Ing-wen for the island’s armed forces to prepare for the increasingly pressing threat posed by Beijing. To strengthen its production capacities, the government has presented a three-year roadmap with a budget of around 1.6 billion euros. The president wants Taiwan’s private drone makers to unite into a “national team” to develop unmanned aerial vehicle systems for different kinds of specific missions in a war scenario with Beijing. More information on our website.
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