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The stock market: a new Santa Claus?

01 May 2003
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Having surveyed all possible beginnings, this page remained blank, immaculate like few conceptions. One April evening, I went to a friend's house for a very good coq au vin dinner, hoping that ideas would come to me like water in the mouth. Alas, one of the guests jumped up and down, saying: "And Bush, why don't you talk about Bush? My arms dropped in embarrassed silence.

That's where the aphonia comes from, from the imprint of the evils of this cursed spring that brings so many depressing words into fashion: falling stock market, propaganda, carpet-bombing, rebounding stock market (sic!), rising unemployment, falling stock market again. War. Nothing to justify anything other than a stunned silence.

Or rather: three portraits. The one of this former student turned classical music composer at the Villa Medicis in Rome, or those of these two very different women brought together by the same solar temperament. These few glimpses of the dark side bring a few grams of finesse to this world of brutes, and a real light to this issue.



La Bourse : un nouveau père noël ? Frédéric GILLI (ENSAE 2000)
A quoi sert la bourse ? Pierre-Marie DEBREUILLE, (ENSAE 1999),
APRES LA BULLE Nicolas SOBCZAK (ENSAE 1993), Economiste Goldman Sachs
La détention d’actions par les ménages français Guilhem BENTOGLIO (ENSAE 2000), Economiste au Commissariat Général au Plan
La compétition entre plate-formes de négociations d’action aux Etats-Unis Sébastien COCHARD (ENSAE 1994), DREE, Ministère de l’Economie et des Finances
Quel est le risque que les bourses ne remontent pas ? Patrick ARTUS (ENSAE 1975), Directeur des Etudes et Recherches de CDC-Ixis
« Nous soutenons Ingrid Bétancourt » Fabien TOUTLEMONDE (ENSAE 1999)
De l’ENSAE à la Villa Medicis Fabien LEVY, musicien à la Villa Medicis à Rome