New hydrothermal field discovered deep offshore Greenland

Hot springs August 23, 2022 23:12 Robert Klatt Outflow opening of a black smoker of the newly discovered hydrothermal field (Photo: © nemerB tätisrevinU ,netfahcsnessiwtlewmU eniraM rüf murtneZ – MURAMsdleflamrehtordyH netkcedtne uen sed srehcuaR nezrawhcS senie gnunffömortssuA) A Mission of the University of Bremen has in the deep sea between Greenland and Svalbard discovered a … Read more

Consequences of inflation: Many companies support their employees / …

24/07/2022 – 10:30 am Randstad Germany GmbH & Co. KG Esborn The effects of the war in Ukraine are hitting the economy, companies and workers hard. A recent Randstad study shows how companies mitigate the consequences for their employees. Fuel vouchers, bonus payments and more work from home: German companies are using various means to … Read more

Rising prices: You can’t save inflation – economy and ecology

Shopping, refilling, showering: everyday life has become more expensive. The rate of inflation in the eurozone is rising inexorably. According to surveys, people have long considered rising prices to be their biggest concern. Poor people struggle to survive financially. In Germany, that’s almost 14 million people. The result is empty fridges at the end of … Read more

The reversal of interest rates is here – this will change the economy

The writer Sebastian Matthes is editor-in-chief of Handelsblatt. It’s a tough road behind the European Central Bank (ECB) and its boss, Christine Lagarde. Almost defiantly, the central bank’s management in the ECB tower in Frankfurt dug in behind the same justifications for the low interest rate: This rising inflation was “unusual”, but “only temporary”. The … Read more

What impact does Italy’s government crisis have on Europe?

Rome After only a year and a half of political stability, Italy plunged into its next government crisis this Thursday. Mario Draghi’s coalition is in danger of collapsing, with the prime minister last night submitting his resignation to the president – who initially rejected it. Troubled days are now ahead in Roman politics. What are … Read more

Bundesbank: Executive Board warns Germany’s banks

Frankfurt New problems are coming to Germany’s banks. The Bundesbank is urging German financial institutions to be cautious amid high inflation, interest rate hikes and growing fears of a financial crisis. “Some banks could underestimate the extent of the problems they are facing,” Bundesbank board member Joachim Wuermeling told Handelsblatt in an interview. “The reversal … Read more

Concerted action again in September | free Press

What is the point of the concerted action launched by Chancellor Scholz against high inflation and its consequences? Nothing, says opposition leader Mertz in the Bundestag. He suggests something else. Berlin. The concerted action by the federal government, employers and unions is set to meet again in September after its inaugural meeting last Monday. Chancellor … Read more

DGB boss: The state must limit energy prices now! -Domestic policy

She is the first woman head of the unions! New DGB boss Yasmin Fahimi (54) will tomorrow discuss with Chancellor Olaf Scholz (64, SPD) and representatives of employers how Germany can overcome the crisis. BamS met her before and asked her what to do now. BILD am SONNTAG: Ms. Fahimi, is the gas and inflation … Read more

IG Metall: Demand for eight percent more – employers are critical

Business compensation for inflation IG Metall demands up to eight percent more company salaries and excise taxes From: 7:20 p.m. | Reading time: 4 minutes Employees of Ilsenburger Grobblech GmbH go on strike Source: pa / dpa / Matthias leg Despite the crisis and inflation, unions are seeing good profits in companies. Employers on the … Read more