Assuming the money arrives you still have to deal with the IMF which has a usual gameplan of:
- Devalue the currency
- Raise taxes
- Cut government spending
Raising taxes and cutting government spending is not a mix that encourages GDP growth. Consider that when making your investments. Don't forget that during this period of IMF induced austerity debt / GDP levels will continue to rise. This is the mother of all 'kicking the cans down the road'.
The wad of money (nearly a $US Trillion!) will be used to allow countries to roll their debts, not stimulus. The French banks are breathing a deep sigh of relief right now. Everyone else should rethink what this all means.
Here's a video with my favorite hedge fund agitator explaining the situation. This interview occured before the announcement but it still holds true.