Mar. 21 - Francois Hollande, who has pledged to renegotiate the fiscal pact if he wins the French election, remains a big worry for the world of finance.
There was no question if -- -- is elected president you can see a major seat change in how fronts operates within Europe. And also how frontal -- so. What's interesting I think in these French elections is being marked contrast between the various candidates that down -- that. One representing what what one -- that the old left. One that represented what one might consider. The rights and one what one might consider representing the far right how much -- has the. Has left tossed out those who believe in free markets and deregulation ultimately is from the center right and he does believe it. And every tax burdens of these free markets and prized and trying to make frost and economically columns is in the fast decision. He. Played very -- side. Pole -- that's all. It's -- they try to -- its -- -- The rest of Europe -- serious candidates. He's been running ahead of Sarkozy for a good while now that much -- close to match. In the polls I think the key element that really to his campaign spin that he said he renegotiate the fiscal called backed. Which could throw yourself crisis in the next face of turmoil. I read here re intensification of that crisis from what I hear from French people is this is quite intensive and being an ex French president.