Can France Catch Up to Germany?
Can France follow Germany’s economic and market success of the last two decades? The German experience of positive economic change can create a favorable country tailwind. From 2003 to 2016, Germany was one of the best performing markets worldwide. In the last two years, France has begun to take the lead.​​
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GREG JONES, CFA
Senior Vice President
Portfolio Manager