Vincent Flasseur

Vincent Flasseur

@ReutersFlasseur

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Graphics editor @Breakingviews, CAIA charterholder

London
Joined on March 30, 2011
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Want to play president of the United States and build a team of experts to revive an economy suffering the after-effects of Covid-19? Use the new Economic Dream Team Machine from @Breakingviews to see who could have the edge in assembling economic talent: https://t.co/FlFo5YHv55 https://t.co/xmSczYe0f8

The new U.S. president will need a team of experienced aides providing sound advice to help him nurse the economy back to health, writes @GinaChon. Read the view and build your own line-up with the new Economic Dream Team Machine from @Breakingviews: https://t.co/FlFo5YHv55 https://t.co/IlAC8dMA2j

Key to Ant’s success is its cut from lining up credit, insurance and wealth customers. A Breakingviews calculator suggests a reasonable starting point would be about $275 bln, says @mak_robyn: https://t.co/UvhfRCjBe8. Run the numbers here: https://t.co/2pvcfhPROb. https://t.co/Qas7Pj2yF3

The tough UK lockdown lasted for more of the second quarter than similar measures in the four biggest euro zone countries and the United States. That made a Q2 recession particularly brutal, writes @swahapattanaik: https://t.co/iBXZrZBECh @ReutersFlasseur https://t.co/eKmaSrRNjr

The tough UK lockdown lasted for more of the second quarter than similar measures in the four biggest euro zone countries and the United States. That made a Q2 recession particularly brutal, writes @swahapattanaik: https://t.co/iBXZrZBECh @ReutersFlasseur https://t.co/eKmaSrRNjr

It seems to take a lot of money to generate even a little bit of inflation. Around $20 trillion worth of global stimulus measures have been unveiled so far this year – but investors are not exactly quaking, writes @swahapattanaik: https://t.co/R1SlmBr58a @ReutersFlasseur https://t.co/fTPrvbY36L

It seems to take a lot of money to generate even a little bit of inflation. Around $20 trillion worth of global stimulus measures have been unveiled so far this year – but investors are not exactly quaking, writes @swahapattanaik: https://t.co/R1SlmBr58a @ReutersFlasseur https://t.co/fTPrvbY36L

Ford's Jim Hackett is the second boss in six years to leave after underperforming peers. Jim Farley will now inherit the challenges he faced, writes @AntonyMCurrie. https://t.co/inJay8NMsa https://t.co/Yq6KHyF80r

Ford's Jim Hackett is the second boss in six years to leave after underperforming peers. Jim Farley will now inherit the challenges he faced, writes @AntonyMCurrie. https://t.co/inJay8NMsa https://t.co/Yq6KHyF80r

Risky fund bets and shares which lagged rivals during Francois Riahi’s tenure at Natixis outweighed bold initiatives like green lending. New boss Nicolas Namias may pave the way for a full takeover, writes @CGAThompson: https://t.co/fC6n7cBVw6 @ReutersFlasseur https://t.co/pFznxYoCU8

Risky fund bets and shares which lagged rivals during Francois Riahi’s tenure at Natixis outweighed bold initiatives like green lending. New boss Nicolas Namias may pave the way for a full takeover, writes @CGAThompson: https://t.co/fC6n7cBVw6 @ReutersFlasseur https://t.co/pFznxYoCU8

Chinese spend is likely to represent half of global luxury revenue in 2020, up from 36% last year. But the industry’s road to recovery is tortuous as long as travel stays on hold and the rest of the world underperforms, writes @LJucca: https://t.co/3uHUk9TOSv @ReutersFlasseur https://t.co/z3t6mzg27W

Chinese spend is likely to represent half of global luxury revenue in 2020, up from 36% last year. But the industry’s road to recovery is tortuous as long as travel stays on hold and the rest of the world underperforms, writes @LJucca: https://t.co/3uHUk9TOSv @ReutersFlasseur https://t.co/z3t6mzg27W

Boeing’s recovery – from both the 737 MAX grounding and the pandemic – is slipping further into the future. The depth of the aviation giant’s problems is still sinking in, writes @rob_cyran. https://t.co/FWrnKm9gBK https://t.co/2qEQOiIDom

Boeing’s recovery – from both the 737 MAX grounding and the pandemic – is slipping further into the future. The depth of the aviation giant’s problems is still sinking in, writes @rob_cyran. https://t.co/FWrnKm9gBK https://t.co/2qEQOiIDom

The pandemic is providing an opportunity to fix a long-dated problem: the lack of resources that encourage many women to stay employed. @GinaChon argues the case for universal childcare. https://t.co/5ymTPEheTK https://t.co/1yCpbR4L1l

The pandemic is providing an opportunity to fix a long-dated problem: the lack of resources that encourage many women to stay employed. @GinaChon argues the case for universal childcare. https://t.co/5ymTPEheTK https://t.co/1yCpbR4L1l

SoftBank shares have doubled since March thanks to an asset sale and share buyback plan. Masayoshi Son should go further by shrinking his giant Alibaba stake, @LiamWardProud writes. https://t.co/2rrdjuTv7I https://t.co/d06D9Y9xFU

SoftBank shares have doubled since March thanks to an asset sale and share buyback plan. Masayoshi Son should go further by shrinking his giant Alibaba stake, @LiamWardProud writes. https://t.co/2rrdjuTv7I https://t.co/d06D9Y9xFU

Singapore’s state funds are top investors in the IPO of Mindspace, a $2 bln REIT. Work-from-home woes will prop up property demand as developers face a liquidity squeeze. The high yields on offer are a strong pull as interest rates fall, argues @ugalani: https://t.co/PDpcOBWKCK. https://t.co/y8JheFpcH0

Singapore’s state funds are top investors in the IPO of Mindspace, a $2 bln REIT. Work-from-home woes will prop up property demand as developers face a liquidity squeeze. The high yields on offer are a strong pull as interest rates fall, argues @ugalani: https://t.co/PDpcOBWKCK. https://t.co/y8JheFpcH0

The price of silver has so far this year risen even more than that of gold. Its rally may have further to run, for both pandemic-related and political reasons, writes @swahapattanaik. https://t.co/3bABZcBefT https://t.co/12aPbv1kgp

The price of silver has so far this year risen even more than that of gold. Its rally may have further to run, for both pandemic-related and political reasons, writes @swahapattanaik. https://t.co/3bABZcBefT https://t.co/12aPbv1kgp

Oatly, a Swedish oat milk maker, is valued at $2 billion and won the backing of Oprah Winfrey, Natalie Portman, Jay-Z, Blackstone, and former Starbucks boss Howard Schultz. @KarenKKwok says the risk is that other rivals pour in: https://t.co/nMTVMCr5Dn https://t.co/zxYVvGlKSU

Oatly, a Swedish oat milk maker, is valued at $2 billion and won the backing of Oprah Winfrey, Natalie Portman, Jay-Z, Blackstone, and former Starbucks boss Howard Schultz. @KarenKKwok says the risk is that other rivals pour in: https://t.co/nMTVMCr5Dn https://t.co/zxYVvGlKSU

Atlantia’s motorway ordeal may finally be coming to an end. Letting state actors invest in its motorway unit and list it may leave the group with a stake worth just 5 bln euros, but it’s better than possible expropriation, writes @LJucca: https://t.co/lnKnp55d25 @ReutersFlasseur https://t.co/iNRge8I25B

Atlantia’s motorway ordeal may finally be coming to an end. Letting state actors invest in its motorway unit and list it may leave the group with a stake worth just 5 bln euros, but it’s better than possible expropriation, writes @LJucca: https://t.co/lnKnp55d25 @ReutersFlasseur https://t.co/iNRge8I25B

Shares of Macau casino operators surged after authorities announced eased Covid-related border restrictions with neighbouring Guangdong province. With gambling revenue down 97% year-on-year, it’s a welcome reprieve, writes @sharonlamhk: https://t.co/pufcoi9X4S @ReutersFlasseur https://t.co/CtAQuLqv9k

Shares of Macau casino operators surged after authorities announced eased Covid-related border restrictions with neighbouring Guangdong province. With gambling revenue down 97% year-on-year, it’s a welcome reprieve, writes @sharonlamhk: https://t.co/pufcoi9X4S @ReutersFlasseur https://t.co/CtAQuLqv9k

Counter-intuitively, Zimbabwe’s bourse is the go-to place in times of currency trouble, as people pile into anything that may retain value. But interfering with exchanges – or with mobile money – deepens the problems, says @edwardcropley: https://t.co/qDKpIdszDv @ReutersFlasseur https://t.co/HZSkY7eWJc

Counter-intuitively, Zimbabwe’s bourse is the go-to place in times of currency trouble, as people pile into anything that may retain value. But interfering with exchanges – or with mobile money – deepens the problems, says @edwardcropley: https://t.co/qDKpIdszDv @ReutersFlasseur https://t.co/HZSkY7eWJc

The UK’s Rishi Sunak unveiled new stimulus worth up to 30 billion pounds. A tax cut for homebuyers and restaurant subsidies might help, but his best ideas encourage employers to retain workers and hire young people, writes @swahapattanaik: https://t.co/OVwwXVVbNs https://t.co/OO1ZXvXJoV

António Horta-Osório’s tenure at Lloyds has been a triumph in relative, if not absolute, terms. The new broom will inherit a low-cost base, but will have to boost fee income and test regulators’ appetite for UK M&A, writes @LiamWardProud: https://t.co/zvWyD9jkfb @ReutersFlasseur https://t.co/EZwPcja8pS

António Horta-Osório’s tenure at Lloyds has been a triumph in relative, if not absolute, terms. The new broom will inherit a low-cost base, but will have to boost fee income and test regulators’ appetite for UK M&A, writes @LiamWardProud: https://t.co/zvWyD9jkfb @ReutersFlasseur https://t.co/EZwPcja8pS

Zilch for Zielke: Investors and employees had lost confidence in Commerzbank boss Martin Zielke’s strategy, with shares down 25% this year. His resignation brings instability, but also the hope of real change, writes @LiamWardProud: https://t.co/7zBhPUig1x @ReutersFlasseur https://t.co/Kwcv4EHr6v

Zilch for Zielke: Investors and employees had lost confidence in Commerzbank boss Martin Zielke’s strategy, with shares down 25% this year. His resignation brings instability, but also the hope of real change, writes @LiamWardProud: https://t.co/7zBhPUig1x @ReutersFlasseur https://t.co/Kwcv4EHr6v

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