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Twice bitten, thrice shy

30 Jan 2017 By Swaha Pattanaik

The Gallic vote is worrying investors more than Britain leaving the EU. It now costs over a third more to insure against a French default than a UK one, though rating firms see little chance of either going bust. It’s the scope to weaken its currency that gives Britain an edge.

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