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Eurozone | 28 November 2018 Is Mr Macron About to Lose to the Street Like his Predecessors
Our hopes that tax cuts and lower energy inflation would lift French household consumption in Q4 were badly dented by yesterday's consumer sentiment report.

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28 November 2018 Is Mr Macron About to Lose to the Street Like his Predecessors

By Claus Vistesen

Our hopes that tax cuts and lower energy inflation would lift French household consumption in Q4 were badly dented by yesterday's consumer sentiment report.

Posted: 28th Nov 2018 in 'Eurozone'

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