US investors in French economy counter domestic pessimism

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While French investors reduce their stakes in CAC 40, US investors raised their holdings by 1.9 billion dollars in the first six months of 2014.

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A clash of opinions on France is developing, and it’s not directly related to the current political uproar over the government’s proposed budget. Investors are increasingly divided on whether France is a promising prospect, and the identities of the opposing camps will surprise you, writes Nasdaq Advisory Services' European-equities analyst Nicolas Hourcard in this Op-Ed article in The Wall Street Journal.