Valeurs Actuelles

Valeurs actuelles is a French conservative magazine.


Formerly owned by Socpresse, it is now owned by Valmonde, a subsidiary of Sud Communication. The company is owned by Pierre Fabre, who founded Laboratoires Pierre Fabre.[1]

Valeurs actuelles was founded in 1966 by Raymond Bourgine as an offspring of the weekly Finances, a stock market information review. It gradually became an opinion and generalist magazine with a liberal-conservative tendency.

The main papers of the magazine are the editorial, written by François d'Orcival; the lettre de M. de Rastignac ("Rastignac's letter"), a humour piece about French politics that comments on present politicians by calling them by names of supporting characters from Balzac's works.

Valeurs actuelles is mostly distributed to subscribers.

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External links

  • Site officiel
  • Blog officiel
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