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    France Fundamental

    France are a powerfull economic country in Euro Zone After Germany. This country ussually got AAA rating, but nowadays just have AA+ rating. This is why economic news from France are also need to be watched closely.

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    French Trade Balance Deficit
    6/Apr/2012 13:51 Read: 58 Times

    Trade balance deficit of France? 5.3 billion last month. The same deficit of 5.1 billion is expected today.

    Activity were deserted in the world market this weekend because most of the world's major markets closed in respect of the Easter break ..

    However, for the major currencies, the single currency Euro seems that experienced the sharpest downturn. This condition occurs due to the Spanish bond yields surge after a disappointing auction results on Wednesday, raising new concerns about the high debt burden of the Spanish government. Even investors are now worried because the Spanish government is unlikely to be able to achieve savings targets angaran.

    While the poor economic figures from Germany and England yesterday also put pressure for the Euro, because the condition may be triggered ECB to take steps to support the economy, in this case means there will be more liquidity to the market operation

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    The trade deficit of France, widened substantially in February, compared with the previous month, reaching 6.398 billion euros.

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    A study from the French authorities had shown his side that the national industrial production had increased more than expected in February, gaining 0.3% while experts expected a score of 0.2%, constituting a good news for the second economy of the euro area.

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    French CPI Rises 0.8%
    THURSDAY, 12 APRIL 2012 13:03

    (Dow Jones) Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose in March France is supported by clothing and food prices, the national statistics agency reported on Thursday.

    CPI in the euro zone's second largest economy rose 0.8% on month and 2.3% this year. Economists surveyed by Dow Jones Newswires had expected prices to rise 0.6% on month and 2.1% this year.

    Food prices increased 5.5% in the previous month, while prices of clothing and footwear sales rose 11.7% due to expire in the stores, said Insee.

    Widened sharply in July to U.S. $ 31.5 billion, the highest monthly level since January 2009, due to the acceleration of export growth. The trade surplus rose from the position of U.S. $ 22.3 billion in June.

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    The Socialist candidate Francois Hollande, who won the first round, beat the outgoing Nicolas Sarkozy at least by 54% against 46% in the second round of French presidential May 6, according to two surveys conducted in the evening by the Ipsos institute and Ifop.

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    French Election
    French elections show voters deeply divided - 20 percent chose the right-wing candidates - and there is no clear sign of who will win the runoff vote, the current President Nicolas Sarkozy or the Socialist challenger Francois Hollande.
    A collapse in the budget talks led to the collapse of the Dutch government, Prime Minister Mark Rutte and submitted his resignation to the queen.

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    French News and Economic Review

    French Consumer Spending -2.9% in March month: -2.0% this year
    Friday, 27 APRIL 2012

    (Dow Jones) French consumer spending fell in March, as households in the euro zone's second largest economy reduces fuel and food, the central statistical bureau, Friday

    Consumer spending fell 2.9% on month and 2% this year, Insee said. Economists polled by Dow Jones Newswires had forecast a drop of 2% on the month and increased 0.1% for this year.

    The bureau said the drop in fuel bills is mainly due to milder weather after a wave of cold weather in February.

    Purchase food down after a strong performance the previous two months.

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    French president-elect along with a president who would give up his position Nicolas Sarkozy when performing one-minute silence in front of the Tomb of the Unknown Hero is not a memorial service at the gate of the Arc de Triomphe in Paris on Tuesday.
    Investors began to doubt and world stock markets will be vulnerable to the leadership and the new French president's ability to fix the economy Hollande in the country which in turn will impact on the whole eurozone area.
    Paris, (Analysis). World leaders on Monday congratulated the victory of the Socialist Party Francois Hollande in French presidential elections amid the ongoing financial crisis. Likewise the European financial markets remain fragile, indicating uncertainty about the next leader of France and of the recipe to fix the economy in the country, as is also questioned by analysts.
    When his victory was celebrated, the next French president, Francois Hollande is facing numerous challenges. Speaking in front of thousands of supporters after defeating President Nicolas Sarkozy's conservative Sunday, Hollande promised justice, equality and a better future for the youth of France.

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    Re: France Fundamental

    after post-election of prime minister in france this country situation is very different from.Trade deficit is becoming a hot issue in the debate between Sarkozy and Hollande. The deficit is estimated at 6.5 to 5.9 billion

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