Claus Vistesen

We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Claus Vistesen is associated, including France, Germany, and growth. Most recently, Claus Vistesen has been quoted saying: “Fillon is still the safe bet. He is taking a tougher stance on immigration.” in the article French conservative candidate asks prosecutors to drop investigations.

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If Five Star Movement could secure 30 or 40 percent of the vote then of course that would be extremely worrying for the euro area's stability. Whether they can gain an absolute majority… we'll have to wait and see.

Fillon is still the safe bet. He is taking a tougher stance on immigration.

This time around both sides can contemplate Greece leaving the euro.

If a deal is not achieved, the EU election calendar probably will make any agreement impossible until the summer. This will bring us precariously close to its next scheduled Greek 10.5 billion euro payment to its creditors.

Patience, especially in Germany, is wearing thin.

The uncertainty around Greece's euro membership in the first half of 2015 knocked the economy off its feet. Deposit outflows and outflows from Athens-based money market funds will give the first signs that the market is pricing a risk o f a Greek exit from the euro zone.

Inflation in the euro zone should continue to improve with risks on the upside. By the way, don't think this is restricted to Europe, global inflation is on the rise and at the moment it is probably higher than the consensus expects for 2017.

It is only natural German economists would be calling for a change to interest rates from the ECB but the central bank is likely not to be phased by this… Mario Draghi is used to diffusing these types of situations and the ECB should remain relatively sanguine for now.

In contrast to France, companies in Germany are operating with stable margins as higher input costs are being passed on to end-consumers.

GDP growth in the euro area was stable last quarter, and while this report does not carry any details we are confident that the key story was a rebound in domestic demand, which offset a reversal in net exports. Across countries, GDP growth slowed disappointingly in Germany, but growth rebounded in France, and also snapped back in Italy.

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