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#Economy: Zona Euro ànim dels inversors fa cas omís dels temors de les eleccions franceses

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sentiment dels inversors a la zona euro va millorar més del que s'esperava a l'abril de romandre en el nivell més alt en gairebé 10 anys dilluns (10 d'abril), encongint de riscos lligats a una elecció presidencial seguida de prop a França.

The Frankfurt-based Sentix research group’s euro zone index rose to 23.9 points, its highest level since August 2007. That exceeded the consensus forecast of 21.0 in a Reuters poll of analysts.

L'índex del mes passat es va elevar a 20.7 de 17.4 al febrer com la preocupació es va dissipar que els riscos polítics globals podrien acabar d'una millora econòmica.

“The euro zone has emancipated itself from global tendencies, as the assessment for other world regions is by no means unequivocal,” Sentix said in a statement.

“The euro zone continues to make further economic progress.

Before the important presidential election in France, the current situation index for the euro zone economy rose to the highest level since January 2008,” it said.

França va triar un nou president en una votació de dues rondes a l'abril i maig.

Centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron is expected to contest a run-off against far-right National Front leader Marine Le Pen. Her plans to ditch the euro and hold a referendum on European Union membership have spooked many investors, who fear a “Frexit” after British voters chose last year to leave the EU.

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Sentix va dir que la situació actual sub-índex per a la zona euro va ser 28.8, davant de 23.8 al març.

An index tracking Germany, the euro zone’s largest economy, rose to 35.3 in April from 34.1 in March.

“The strong euro zone, which has been fired up by an extremely expansive monetary policy, has not failed to leave its mark on the strongest euro economy,” Sentix said, suggesting Germany was benefiting from a recovery in the currency bloc.

By contrast, the indices for the United States and Japan fell. Sentix linked the fall in the world’s largest economy to U.S. President Donald Trump.

“The president talks a lot, but his messages are reaching investors increasingly less,” Sentix wrote. “Trump has become a killer of perspectives.”

U.S. stocks have risen to record highs since Trump’s election after he vowed to remove some of the regulations introduced after the financial crisis and to boost spending on the military and infrastructure.

Sentix va entrevistar als inversors 1,035 6 d'abril a 8.

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