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Money Growth: a fragile hope

17:20  27 september  2020
17:20  27 september  2020 Source:   parismatch.com

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While economic forecasts for France are better than expected, health uncertainties dampen optimism.

  Croissance : un espoir fragile © Sipa

On September 21, 2020, twelve years after the bankruptcy of the Lehman Brothers bank, all financial centers fell into the red. In France, the CAC 40 fell 3.49%. At the origin of this plunge, uncertainties linked to a possible worsening of the pandemic and the decision of possible more or less strict re-containments in Spain or the United Kingdom. This renewed concern, felt by households as well as by business leaders and health authorities, is lessening the positive effect of the rather reassuring forecasts published a few days ago. Several large institutions (IMF, Banque de France, OECD, etc.) had jointly emphasized that the outlook for French growth was “better” than initially envisaged in 2020 - with a drop in GDP estimated between - 9.5% and - 10%, instead of the - 11% feared at the beginning of the summer - and more vigorous than expected in 2021, with an expected growth of 5.8%. That is, a possible return of economic activity to a level equivalent to that preceding the pandemic from 2023.

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The possibility of a "wall of bankruptcy" ahead of us

This deterioration in the health situation is occurring at a critical time. By the end of the year, several measures put in place by the government to mitigate the effects of Covid-19 will be scaled down or will disappear. One of the most pressing concerns at the moment is the possibility of a 'bankruptcy wall' looming before us, explains an expert close to the government, and which could also affect the banks. From the end of September, companies will have to take over the service of their bank debts again, after a six-month loan repayment moratorium. From October 7, the insolvency procedures - interrupted since the confinement - will resume, leading to an increase in defaults. And the payment of social security contributions and various taxes will soon be due again.

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Hence inevitable tensions on the treasuries of SMEs and VSEs. And the fear of cascading bankruptcies, with their attendant social consequences - social plans, dry layoffs ... Especially since a good part of the provisions of the recovery plan unveiled on September 3 will only produce their effects in the medium and long term. long term, too late for some weakened companies, even if an envelope of 3 billion euros is designed to "strengthen the equity" of some of them, and that Bercy is preparing "participatory loans" in the long term.

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Relocations and social plans, the double threat

After Bridgestone, other industrial sites could close While discussions have started between the public authorities and the management of the Bridgestone tire factory in Béthune, in Hauts-de-France (863 jobs affected), the risk of similar announcements worries all the more that the health crisis and recession exacerbate competition. “This is the reign of the 'beggar for himself'. We close factories, but preferably elsewhere than in his country, ”criticizes a transition manager, familiar with these abandonments.

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Since March 2020, 394 job protection plans (PSEs) have been identified, instead of 249 during the same period in 2019, with 57,000 job cuts, three times more than last year. Worse, the weekly pace jumped from ten PES at the end of August to thirty for the second week of September. Among the large French companies, Boiron (646 jobs targeted) and Auchan (1,475) have just unveiled their departure plans. M.-P.G.

Consumption, on the other hand this summer, has slowed since the end of August. “Both markets and households hate uncertainty,” explains economist Bertrand Candelon, director of research at Insti7. One way to strengthen the stimulus plan would be to mobilize part of the savings of the French. It could be directed towards specific support funds, which would also have a civic dimension, with a social glue, very useful in times of doubt. »


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Aaron Wudrick: Trudeau's infrastructure announcement raises a host of red flags .
If a door-to-door salesman pitched you on a “win-win” sale, your first reaction would probably be skepticism. Unfortunately, a similar level of skepticism is called for whenever a politician declares their latest spending project to be a “win-win.” That’s exactly what Prime Minister Justin Trudeau affirmed was the case when he announced that the “independent” Canada Infrastructure Bank (CIB) would be spending $10 billion over the next three years on a list of things that just happen to align precisely with his government’s own priorities.

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