FRANCE DAYBOOK: Strauss-Kahn to Be Held in U.S. Without Bail
International Monetary Fund chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn, accused of attempting to rape a hotel maid, was ordered held without bail by a New York judge.
ALL TIMES CET
WHAT TO WATCH: -Sarkozy to talk on employment in Nancy at 12:00 p.m.
ECONOMY: -09:15a.m. MEDEF business lobby head Laurence Parisot holds monthly press conference.
GOVERNMENT: -12:00 p.m. Sarkozy will be near Nancy discussing employment of workers close to retirement. -4:30 p.m. French Energy Minister hearing at the national assembly on rail transportation -4:45 p.m. Economic commission chief Jacques Attali hearing at national assembly -8:00 p.m. French PM Fillon Dines With Tunisia’s PM Beji Caid Essebi
EQUITIES: -Bouygues SA (EN) said first-quarter profit fell 81 percent. Net income declined to 34 million euros from 181 million euros a year earlier. -Vivendi SA (VIV) said it signed a 5 billion-euro loan facility with 17 banks related to its purchase of a 44 percent stake in French mobile phone operator SFR.
MARKETS: *The CAC 40 Index fell 0.7 percent to 3989.82. *The broader SBF 120 Index retreated 0.7 percent to 30066.25.
-08:13 iTele: Jean-François Copé, UMP secretary general -07:40 Canal Plus: Socialist Party lawmaker Jean-Jacques Urvoas -07:50 France 2: Le Point weekly editor Franz-Olivier Giesbert -07:50 RTL: Socialist Party spokesman Benoit Hamon -08:15 LCI: Former Budget Minister Eric Woerth -08:35 RMC: Pierre Moscovici, socialist parliament member
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