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Writing for City AM, Natixis’ Chief Economist, Patrick Artus, explains why Frexit could cause the European Union to unravel

Ahead of the French presidential election in April, there is growing speculation around whether Marine Le Pen’s Front National could lead the country in the UK’s footsteps towards an exit from the European Union. Writing for City A.M., Patrick Artus, Natixis’ Chief Economist, gives his views on why a French exit, or “Frexit” would be …

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Patrick Artus argues why the ECB must plan its exit from QE now

In Artus’ latest Institutional Investor blog, he assesses what will happen to the economy when oil prices rise again and the temporary boost to the economy, stemmed from oil prices and the ECB’s own measures, begins to diminish. What’s more, the ECB need to assess what will happen when excess liquidity and a distortion of …

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Natixis puts the worrying 'logic' of the Eurozone's economic rescue efforts in the spotlight

Eurozone crisis rescue efforts have decoupled from financial markets logic, writes Natixis chief economist Patrick Artus, in a recently published opinion piece on Investment Europe’s website. In the commentary, he points to the worrying stubbornness of EU leaders’ in their continuation of a strategy that is inefficient and dangerous. The plan to rapidly reduce fiscal deficits and …

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