Sentiment among European companies has hit a new low, according to calculations by financial services group S&amp;P Global. Stock market correspondent Mick Knauff uses the recently published figures to explain how the current political and economic situation is affecting the mood of companies in the euro zone - especially in Germany. The latest assessment from the trading floor also ventures an outlook on how sentiment could develop over the rest of the year. Contributed photo: IMAGO / Silas Stein
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Saudi Arabian businessman Mohammad Al-Qatahni collapsed and died while speaking to an audience in Cairo. This is reported by the Saudi Arabian news portal Arabi21. The diplomat delivered a flaming speech in which he described the Egyptian president as a "model of humanity"
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Federal Minister of Economics Robert Habeck spoke to representatives of the Association of Bavarian Business (vbw). The business association emphasized the importance of a secure gas supply for Bavaria's industry
The ex-GNTM candidate finds it "disgusting" how some celebrities exploit their relationship dramas
Impending energy shortages and sharply rising prices - Bavaria's trade unions and employers want to work more closely together in the current crisis. This is the result of a meeting in the State Chancellery
The Association of Bavarian Business (vbw) warns against the EU Parliament's planned ban on new internal combustion cars from 2035.
Eintracht Frankfurt's fan favorite Martin Hinteregger does business with Austrian right-wing extremist Heinrich Sickl. This has been revealed by research conducted by journalist Michael Bonvalot. According to the report, Sickl is an equal partner in "Hinti Event GmbH." Hinteregger organizes a fan event in his home village of Sirnitz.
The EQE has a sporty purpose design with all the typical elements of Mercedes EQ, a one-bow line and cab-forward design. Sensual clarity is reflected in generously sculpted surfaces, reduced joints and seamless transitions (Seamless Design). The overhangs and front end are kept short, while the rear end provides the dynamic accent with a sharp breakaway edge. The externally positioned wheels in dimensions ranging from 19 to 21 inches, together with a pronounced muscular shoulder area, give the EQE an athletic character. Compared with the luxury liner EQS, the EQE is even more streamlined, with a slightly shorter wheelbase, shorter overhangs and more recessed flanks - it carries the business sedan concept into the future. The sporty, low and flat front of the EQE forms a coupé-like silhouette with an arc (one bow) stretched tightly over the greenhouse. The A-pillar, which is pulled far forward, and the rear-mounted C-pillar develop space for a generous passenger cell. The cab-forward design is unique in this segment: the overhangs and front end are short, while the rear end forms a dynamic accent with a sharp breakaway edge. The externally positioned, circa 725 mm wheels in dimensions from 19 to 21 inches, together with a muscular shoulder area, give the EQE an athletic character.
The first 350 GT went to the drummer Giampiero Giusti from Livorno, who at that time was at the peak of success with the band "I 5 di Lucca". Later it became the "Quartetto di Lucca", considered one of the most important jazz ensembles in Italy. Formed at the end of the 50's, the band stood out not only for its jazz qualities, but also for its sense of pop music. This led to their participation in the Sanremo Festival, where they recorded some cover songs of the Beach Boys and Bruno Martino and collaborated with Enzo Jannacci. Thus began the close relationship between Lamborghini and the world of show business, in which many actors and singers became passionate customers of the carmaker. That car is today the oldest existing production Lamborghini, perfectly restored and certified by Polo Storico. In 2019 it won the title of "Best in Show" at the "Lamborghini & Design" competition in Trieste, organized by Lamborghini Polo Storico.
Again and again Laura Müller surprises with new ideas. Now the Playboy model is promoting her new business on Instagram. Fans can buy jokes from her - but they are expensive