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February 21, 2020
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Although the SIHH (Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie Genève) is only open to trade visitors, the event in Geneva has meanwhile developed into one of the leading watch fairs in the world, because the brands of the Richemont Group include manufacturers of the Swatch Group among the most famous manufacturers in the world.

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This is definitely true for Germany’s top watch brand in the luxury segment A. Lange Sons, who is there in Geneva with her latest creations. The manufacturer from Glashütte in Saxony shows, among other things, the Datograph Perpetual Tourbillion. The term datograph is a column-wheel chronograph with a precisely jumping minute counter, flyback function and the typical Lange outsize date. The watch costs 295,000 euros, making it one of the most expensive models at the fair.

Few watches are even more expensive, such as the RM 50-02 ACJ Tourbillon Split Seconds Chronograph by Richard Mille, which was created in collaboration with Airbus Corporate Jets. From the very beginning, the watchmaker concentrated primarily on tourbillons and made a name for itself primarily with its radical design. There are 30 copies of the new model, each costing around one million US dollars.

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However, the numerous manufacturers of the Richemont Group also offer watches for the smaller budget. One example is the Swiss manufacturer Montblanc, which not only offers luxury writing implements but also chic watches. The Heritage Chronométrie Collection Twincounter Date costs 2790 euros. Those who like it more luxurious can choose the chronograph from the Heritage collection. The model with an annual calendar for 18,900 euros in red gold is new. In steel, 9500 euros are due.

What would Jaeger-LeCoultre be without the classic Reverso. The watch with the two faces is 85 years old. Reason enough for the manufactory to give the classic one or the other new model. The Reverso Tribute Duoface with a blue leather bracelet can be seen in Geneva. The watch should cost over 10,000 euros. The Excalibur Automatic Carbon by Roger Dubuis is an eye-catcher. It is a new edition of the skeleton model from 2015 – but now with the light high-tech material carbon. Cartier also showed me the Clé de Cartier Automatic Skeleton, a watch that allowed me to look at the mechanics. The watch should cost around 60,000 euros.

Giant pilot watch from IWC

Pilot’s watches are a popular segment of timepieces. The models from the Swiss manufacturer IWC are among the most famous watches. For 75 years, the historic Big Pilot’s Watch (caliber 52 T. S. C.) was the largest wristwatch ever built at IWC in Schaffhausen. In 2016, the Swiss brought out the successor to the pilot’s watch, the Big Pilot’s Heritage Watch 55 with a case diameter of 55 millimeters, and set the record of 1940.123helpme.me Like its big brother, the Big Pilot’s Heritage Watch 48 is similar to the historical original, but makes a little more concessions to modern viewing and wearing habits. You can see impressions of the luxury watches in our photo show.

Forward-looking projects from the middle of the community: Municipalities and regions should be closely involved in Saxony’s structural change projects. “We are planning to set up monitoring committees to select the projects. I hope that we can prove that we are using the resources responsibly to promote structural change,” said Saxony’s structural development minister, Thomas Schmidt, at the conference of mayors from Lusatia Revier on Monday in Hoyerswerda. The structural change can only be achieved with a mosaic of measures. A special focus would be placed on the creation of jobs and apprenticeships.

At the beginning of July, the Bundestag and Bundesrat decided on the legal basis for the coal phase-out and the structural development, and the federal-state agreement was signed at the end of August. At the same time, the program of action and the funding guidelines were drawn up in Saxony. A total of 40 billion euros is to flow into the areas affected by the coal phase-out in Germany by 2038. 2.4 billion euros of this will go to the Saxon part of Lusatia. The money is to be used to finance projects that, from the point of view of the federal states, are suitable for cushioning the consequences of structural change due to the impending coal phase-out.

Jörg Mühlberg, Managing Director of the Saxon Agency for Structural Development (SAS) dampened worries about lengthy application processes. He promised local officials a simple application process. “We will be at your disposal as a funding guide for all funding programs, as program advisers, we will explore funding opportunities with you and will also be your financial advisor.” As a service provider for the municipalities, the SAS wants to take care of the very good distribution of the funds.

According to Schmidt, ten million euros in structural strengthening funds are to be implemented in a simplified procedure by 2020 and the monitoring committees for the two Saxon districts are to be formed. Schmidt invites you to the next conference of mayors on September 17th in Böhlen in the Central German Revier.

PARIS / LONDON (dpa-AFX) – Investors on Europe’s stock exchanges were careful on Tuesday. Most of the most important stock indices closed in the red. Sentiment data from Chinese industry that were surprisingly better than expected did not last long.

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The mood of investors remains ambivalent, said market expert Andreas Lipkow from Comdirect Bank. Some would see gloomy times approaching the stock exchanges and referred to the rapidly increasing new corona infections that could result in new lockdown measures. Others believed that the incentives given by central banks and governments to the economy would generate a powerful economic upturn.

The EuroStoxx 50, as the leading index for the Eurozone, achieved an increase of 0.06 percent to 3,234.07 points. On a monthly basis, there is a profit of around 6 percent. The half-year balance is clearly negative with a minus of almost 14 percent. Here, the price crash hit the office from the end of February to mid-March in the wake of the Corona crisis.

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In Paris, the French leading index Cac 40 fell on Tuesday by 0.19 percent to 4935.99 points. The British FTSE 100 suffered from price losses in oil stocks and fell 0.90 percent to 6169.74 points.

Across the industry, there were mostly winners in Europe. The technology stocks recorded the largest increases with an increase of 1.63 percent. They benefited from positive news from the US semiconductor industry: “At Micron Technology there was no sign of the pandemic in the past quarter,” said the comment in the Bernecker stock market letters. Above all, the good outlook has spurred chip stocks. Credit Suisse spoke of “healthy trends”. Stock exchange traders added positive signals from Xilinx, whose shares most recently jumped almost 8 percent at the top of the technology-heavy US selection index Nasdaq 100.

At the end of the European industry table, stocks from the oil and gas sector were down 1.41 percent. Oil prices had gone back into reverse after their gains at the beginning of the week. Commodities expert Eugen Weinberg from Commerzbank explained the selling pressure on the oil market but also with the prospect of a possible solution to the oil blockade in Opec country Libya. Reports were circulating on the market that the state oil company NOC expects the militia to lift the blockade of oil transports in the country of civil war.

Accordingly, the shares of BP and Royal Dutch Shell were to be found far back in the Stoxx Europe 50 selection index. They sagged by 2.5 and around 4 percent.

The British-Dutch oil company Royal Dutch Shell also has to write off billions in the face of the collapse in oil and gas prices in the second quarter. This should increase the debt, wrote the expert Jason Gammel from the analysis house Jefferies. The funding in the second quarter, which is well above previous expectations, will probably not have much effect in the current environment.

A billion-dollar capital increase announced by the Scandinavian airline SAS caused its shares in Stockholm to collapse by almost 13 percent. In the course of the capital increase for the rescue of the airline, the shares of Sweden and Denmark in it should increase from around 15 percent each to around 20 percent each.

A competence center for structural change is to be built in the Lausitz area. In addition to the Saxon Agency for Structural Development (SAS), the Lausitz business initiative will move into a joint office in Weißwasser (Görlitz district) today. In the center, municipalities and project sponsors are to be advised on all questions of structural development, funding, financing and investments on site. 

A regular contact point for the development company Lower Silesian Upper Lusatia and the Sächsische Aufbaubank is also planned in the network. In addition to Regional Minister Thomas Schmidt (CDU), SAS Managing Director Jörg Mühlberg, Görlitz District Administrator Bernd Lange and Weißwasser’s Lord Mayor Torsten Pötzsch will attend the opening.

The task of the SAS is to support the structural development in the two Saxon lignite regions in the Lausitz and in the Central German mining area. As a funding pilot and program advisor, the company is intended to support project initiators from application to implementation. 

The structural change management of the Saxon part of the Lusatian district will in future come together in Weißwasser (Görlitz district). The competence center of the Saxon Agency for Structural Development (SAS) is an important instrument for the successful development of the region, said the Saxon regional minister Thomas Schmidt (CDU) at the opening of the contact point for citizens, companies and municipalities on Friday. “In this competence center we bundle all contact persons for settlement and economic development as well as funding and project development.”

For Weißwasser’s mayor Torsten Pötzsch (independent), the competence center is an important signal for the people in the area. “We know here in Lusatia that a turning point like the one that took place in 1989/90 cannot be expected in the region again. The structural break at that time resulted in values ​​being destroyed, opportunities buried and biographies destroyed. That is allowed and will be not repeat themselves “. The new competence center stands for the fact that the renewed structural change can succeed. 

In addition to the SAS, the Lausitz business initiative, the Lower Silesian Upper Lusatia development company, the Sächsische Aufbaubank – Förderbank, the guarantee bank, the medium-sized investment company Saxony and the technology start-up fund will move into the office. These contacts are supposed to advise project promoters of structural change around one table unbureaucratically and comprehensively. Projects should be planned, applied for and implemented faster. A settlement of further actors is already planned in order to be able to advise more comprehensively. The SAS sees itself as a funding pilot and program advisor for initiators of structural development projects.

The task of the SAS is to select the annual projects of municipal plans for structural change. To this end, monitoring committees with regional representatives are to be formed from 2021. A total of around 40 billion euros is to flow into the areas in Germany affected by the coal phase-out by 2038. In the coming years, 2.4 billion euros will go to the Saxon part of Lusatia alone. This is based on an average of 120 million euros per year for structural change. Among other things, the expansion of the research and educational infrastructure, tourism infrastructure and digitization are eligible for funding.

PARIS / LONDON (dpa-AFX) – Investors on Europe’s stock exchanges were careful on Tuesday. Sentiment data from Chinese industry that were surprisingly better than expected did not last long. In addition, data on consumer prices in the euro zone for the month of June provided little impetus as they were largely in line with expectations.

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The mood of investors remains ambivalent, said market expert Andreas Lipkow from Comdirect Bank. Some would see gloomy times approaching the stock exchanges and referred to the rapidly increasing new corona infections that could result in new lockdown measures. The others believed that the stimulus from central banks and governments to the economy would result in a powerful economic upturn.

In the late morning, the EuroStoxx 50 lost 0.19 percent to 3,225.80 points. In Paris, the French benchmark index Cac 40 recently remained stable at minus 0.07 percent to 4941.82 points. The British FTSE 100, however, fell 0.91 percent to 6,169.20 points.

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