The writers at the UK’s Telegraph must be under some sort of “incite fear” instruction. AEP has been at it for years (here is his latest); and here’s a piece from another there: A new French revolution is about to … Continue reading
Jobseekers in France rose to 3364.1K in April, a rise of almost 25K and higher than the 3354K consensus. The euro ticked to a session low of to 1.3590 shortly before the headlines.
Econ minister Michel Sapin is speaking in France’s national assembly. France forecasts 1.0% growth for 2014 and 1.5% for 2015. With growth numbers like that it’s no surprise investors are flooding into the eurozone
The IMF are out with a report and they say that it will be remarkable if Francois Hollande achieves his spending cuts and he has no room to miss them. They are upbeat on the direction of fiscal policy and … Continue reading
Says Euro region states help cash strapped states to help themselves Granting governments more time to meet deficit targets means the time has to be used The French are always welcoming of being told what to do.
Canada just lost to France… FRANCE at the ice hockey world championships in a shootout. That’s the ultimate shame. Forget the EUR/CAD breakdown yesterday, it’s over for the loonie.
Low inflation doesn’t make things easier FTT could start in 2016 and important steps have been taken Some derivatives will be covered by FTT Salutes efforts made by Portugal French finance minister Michel Sapin in Brussels