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L'EUR/CHF à bondit de 1,10 à 1,20 en à peine 2 heures de temps ce matin suite à une annonce de la BNS ayant décidé d'agir pour un cours plancher à 1,20.
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C'est pour quand la production industrielle de sang artificiel ?
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Comment se porte le système bancaire européen ? C'est une question intéressante... qui appel plusieurs réponses bien différentes.
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Some interesting predictions...
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Je suis d'accord rien de nouveau techniquement parlant, mais ces techniques ne sont pas encore très répandues. Concernant l'eye-tracking cela pourrait permettre de déterminer les zones d'une page qui attirent le plus l’œil de l'internaute afin d'y placer des zones publicitaires. Cette technologie pourrait devenir un facteur permettant de déterminer le prix des annonces publicitaires, par exemple aujourd'hui on facture plus cher une publicité en haut de page qu'une en bas de page, mais ce système permettrait de réellement mesurer l'impact des différentes zones qui peut probablement diverger d'une page à l'autre.
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Les annonces de la Banque Nationale Suisse portent leurs fruits, le couple EUR/CHF frôle 1,20.
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SPIEGEL: As an investor, would you still bet on the euro?

Soros: I certainly would not short the euro because China has an interest in having an alternative to the dollar. You can count on China to back the efforts of the European authorities to maintain the euro.

SPIEGEL: Is that the reason why the euro is still so strong compared to the dollar?

Soros: Yes. There is a mysterious buyer that keeps propping up the euro.

SPIEGEL: And it is not you.

Soros: It is not me (laughs).

SPIEGEL: In the end, will China be the only winner in this crisis?

Soros: China, of course, has been the great winner of globalization, and if globalization collapses, the Chinese will also be among the losers. So they have a strong interest in preserving the current global system. However, in some ways, they have been just as reluctant to accept it as the Germans. Germans have been hesitant to accept responsibility for Europe, and the Chinese have been hesitant to accept responsibility for the world. But they are both being pushed into it.
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(Sun03) Photos of World War II in North Africa. My favorite is #21. What's yours?

http://www.theatlantic.com/infocus/2011/09/world-war-ii-the-north-african-campaign/100140/
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