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France’s Upcoming Election Means Euro Devaluation — and a Pop In Gold

by Gonzalo Lira:

On May 6, France is holding its second round of Presidential elections, where the Socialist François Hollande is fully expected to win.

I’m pretty sure two things will happen immediately following the election: The first is, Carla Bruni will leave Nicolas Sarkozy (because everyone knows that a professional courtesan never stays when the going gets tough for her patron).

The second thing that will happen following the election of Hollande is that the euro will begin to fall—amid persistent, insistent calls by the new French President for Europe to spend its way out of the hole it’s in.

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1 comment to France’s Upcoming Election Means Euro Devaluation — and a Pop In Gold

  • Travis

    All socialists love to spend and they are good at it. They will do their vote buying by promising to spend and bailout to prosperity… It will of course not work and leads to more problems done the road.

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