French credits return but eurozone risk lingers

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By Lewis McLellan
23 Mar 2017

Two French borrowers and one from the Netherlands pulled off successful deals this week, proving that the market is still open for borrowers at the right price, but both investors and issuers remain nervy.

On the surface, this week was something of a return to form for a euro market in fine fettle. The long anticipated Netherlands election had passed and the Eurosceptic Geert Wilders was soundly defeated.

Even the standard bearer for far right populism in Europe, and likely the biggest ...

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