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France - Exchange Rate

Incoming data suggests the economy had a strong start to the third quarter, on the heels of a stable growth rate in the second quarter. Notably, household spending likely bolstered growth in Q3, as signaled by rising consumer optimism in July–August amid a multi-year low unemployment rate at the start of the quarter and easing inflation. Moreover, industrial production rebounded in July on a recovery in capital goods output, which, coupled with an expansionary PMI in August, bodes well for private sector activity. However, the flat growth in merchandise exports in the same month suggests the external sector is feeling the pinch of a weak EU economy. In politics, the government is expected to present the 2020 budget on 25 September, which, despite the announced household tax cuts, should lower the deficit to 2.1%–2.2% of GDP, from the 3.1% of GDP shortfall the government expects for this year.

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France Exchange Rate
Note: U.S. dollar (USD) per euro.
Source: Thomson Reuters.

France Facts

Bond Yield-0.370.46 %Sep 04
Exchange Rate1.100.65 %Sep 04
Stock Market5,532-0.29 %Sep 04

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