French winemaker Gilles Crochet, for example, said he hasn’t yet seen the impact of the lower euro. Although he exports 65% of his production and the U.S. is his top market, his orders are booked and priced one year in advance. Besides, such financial details aren’t what interests him most.
“I don’t think of currency,” the Loire vintner said. “We’re artisans, not merchants.”
– Ellen Emmerentze Jervell, Manuela Mesco and Jason Chow ‘Weaker euro ripples around the world‘ Wall Street Journal
In this crazy, monetized world, even the millionaires are getting left behind.
– Graydon Carter ‘In Today’s World, It’s Only About the Money‘ Vanity Fair
Another reason to move to Florida:
– Jeffrey Sparshott
‘Where women may wait more than 100 years to close the wage gap‘ Wall Street Journal