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Eurozone Documents | 22 December 2017 Optimism in the French Corporate Sector is High and Broad-Based
Sentiment in the French business sector ended this year on a high. The headline manufacturing index fell slightly to 112 in December, from an upwardly-revised 113 in November, but the aggregate sentiment gauge edged higher to a new cycle high of 112.

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22 December 2017 Optimism in the French Corporate Sector is High and Broad-Based

By Claus Vistesen

Sentiment in the French business sector ended this year on a high. The headline manufacturing index fell slightly to 112 in December, from an upwardly-revised 113 in November, but the aggregate sentiment gauge edged higher to a new cycle high of 112.

Posted: 21st Dec 2017 in 'Eurozone Documents'

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