May 2nd, 2012 20:34:18 GMT.

Sarko: No alternative to cutting debt, deficit


Sarkozy: Franco-German effort helped save euro Sarkozy: Europe has exited crisis ECB has done pretty well Hollande: France faces resurgence of crisis Hollande: widespread auterity is potential outcome Sarkozy: Rejects join euro bonds; would result in Franco-German guarantee


May 2nd, 2012 20:23:33 GMT.

Hollande: Euro fiscal compact “needed”


But pact needs growth measures too… ECB lend to banks at 1% but banks not lending to states. If they do lend, it is at 6%, like in Spain I knew there was gonna be a “but” in there…


May 2nd, 2012 18:50:51 GMT.

French debate at the top of the hour


Sarko’s gonna have to throw a few hay-makers to pull out a win at this late date…Polls have him down about 8 points ahead of Sunday’s vote. 2012: Not a good year to be an incumbent…


May 1st, 2012 16:51:03 GMT.

Sarkozy down but not out


The latest poll puts Hollande at 53% versus 47% for Sarkozy. The caveat is that 22% declined to say who they would vote for. Intrade has Sarkozy at 11% with betting sites offering slightly better odds. The market is focused … Continue reading


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