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France - Exchange Rate

The economy grew at a mild rate in Q2, improving from Q1’s flat reading, as the gradual rollback of Covid-19-related curbs released pent-up demand. Household and capital spending rose at an accelerated pace, while government consumption rebounded from Q1’s contraction. Meanwhile, despite exports returning to growth in Q2, the external sector continued to weigh on the headline reading—albeit to a lesser extent—amid a robust expansion in imports. Turning to the third quarter, activity should have gained momentum, as evidenced by economic sentiment reaching an over two-decade high in July. Moreover, the composite PMI came in above Q2’s average in July–August, signaling solid growth in both the manufacturing and services sectors. Lastly, on 19 August, the European Commission disbursed a first tranche of EUR 5.1 billion from the recovery fund allocated to the country, boding well for activity ahead.

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

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Value Change Date
Bond Yield0.080.46 %Jan 01
Exchange Rate1.120.65 %Dec 31

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