All is well: the major stock markets are on the rise; banks are explaining that public confidence is up again; the growth of business capital is going better than expected; enormous recovery plans have been put into place. Unfortunately, starting the day after the G20, we will come to understand that no accounts have truly been settled.
The solvency ratios of insurers have become very fragile. The insurance sector is not globally regulated, a major natural disaster, a series of bank failures or nationalizations would set off the failure of insurers, which would be even less tolerable than that of the banks.
Twitter permits the development of many different free applications which allow, for instance, automatic translation of messages from another language and the sending photos, videos, or music. And it’s a success: it is the same community growing the fastest on the internet.