Euro will be down.
Metals? Fear trade might drive gold up, at least in Euros, i.e. it should fall less than the Euro against the USD.
French stocks, particularly those with huge government ownership, will be down on fears of nationalization (like under Mitterand, Hollande's former boss) and/or government intervention through socialist board members.
International stocks? No clue. Maybe slightly downward. Swiss stock index (SMI) will probably be up a tiny bit due to the defensive heavyweights (Nestlé, Novartis, Roche) which are always going up when the USD strengthens against the CHF.
Greece is the joker: Is there going to be a strong anti-bailout movement in the new parliament? I doubt it, some small parties are going to be bribed to support the two establishment parties on their bailout road.