Natixis’ chief economist examines France’s capital inflows in FTSE Global Markets

In this week’s Natixis blog published by FTSE Global Markets, Patrick Artus (chief economist at Natixis) assesses the likelihood of France suffering a “sudden stop” – an abrupt halt in capital inflows that occurs when non-resident lenders become aware of a country’s external (not fiscal) insolvency. Spain, Portugal, Greece, Ireland and Italy have all suffered this face – but could France be next?

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