French president Hollande a "necessary evil", says Henderson's Bennett

Brennan, Henry
May 2012
Fundweb;5/8/2012, p19
Trade Publication
The article offers information regarding the reactions of fund managers on Francois Hollande appointment as French president after replacing Nicolas Sarkozy. According to fund managers, Hollande's presidential victory has been described as a "necessary evil" but one unlikely to be "a political earthquake."


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