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16-01-2018 : Quote of the day

"No generation can contract debts greater than can be paid during the course of its own existence. " Thomas Jefferson

15-01-2018 : An unexpected and positive side effect of a financial krach.

Until 1882, Paul Gauguin worked as a broker on the Paris Stock Exchange and was an artist in his spare time. The crash of the financial groupe Union Générale in January 1882, and the fall of the Stock Exchange that followed after a few years of irrational exuberance, made him lose his job and he decided to devote himself entirely to his artistic career. The Paul Gauguin exhibition at the Grand Palais in Paris, which inspired this note, closes its doors on January 22nd.   Have a nice visit and have a nice day.  



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The Vernimmen.com Letter

Number 108 of December 2017

News : The new 2017 edition of the Vernimmen

News : ICOs, the future of listing?

Statistics : Value creation in Europe

Research : Human capital, a key factor in the financing of start-ups

Q&A : 2 questions regarding the scope of consolidation

COMMENTS : COMMENTS