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France

0.14% : Last French 10 years bond rate

The Agence France Tresor has issued on Thursday June 6th ten years bonds for an amount of 4 billion euro, increased to 5 billion with the non-competitive bids after auction and carrying a 0.14% interest rate, including emission premium during the whole duration of the bonds. If we exclude a very short period in the middle of 2016 but, at that time inflation was near zero, France never got financial resources in such good conditions. The ten years market rate, the day after, even fell until 0.11%. During May, it was never superior to 0.35%. Since ...

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The great comeback of the State

The tackled issues since the beginning of the European elections campaign as the social movements show that a real turnaround is taking place in public opinions. For decades, and not only in the Anglo-Saxon world, the trend regarding the State disengagement was the object of a large popular consensus. We see today a turnaround which is not without links with the rise, in the Western world, of populism. The reestablishment of borders and the stabilization and even the stoppage of immigration are regalia missions by nature. The trial against the globalization and multilateralism is examined by these ones who want ...

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France : Is it going so well?

The economic policy lead in France by the government is going in the right direction and results are testifying of it. It would not be appropriate to change the cape. At the latest, it is necessary to proceed to institutional reforms and to some adjustments of that policy to take into account the social disease which is expressed through the “yellow shirts” movement. Such is, in substance, the message delivered last week by the president of the Republic. It is based on the last statistical publications about growth, public deficits, foreign trade and employment. In despite of that, we don ...

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