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Daily Briefing: Macron takes message to Le Pen country

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LONDON Emmanuel Macron will be looking to get his campaign back on-message today after being widely judged in French media to have mis-played the first 48 hours following his first-round victory on Sunday.

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European equity funds poised for $100 billion inflow bonanza

LONDON The stampede out of euro zone equity funds last year is reversing, with up to $100 billion of inflows potentially in the pipeline as investors buy into the improving economy and take heart from the more favourable political landscape.

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Investors take another look at opinion polls after French vote

LONDON Pollsters picked the two candidates to make it into next month's French presidential election run-off, going some way to restoring their reputation in financial markets before other important votes across Europe.

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From Trump to Brexit, politics drive firms into insurers' arms

ZURICH/LONDON Rocked by a shakeup in the Western political order, companies are buying more insurance to protect themselves against the threat of rising protectionism and upheaval to their operations in emerging markets.

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Looming risks subdue Asia stock investors after stellar quarter

SINGAPORE Investors' enthusiasm for Asian stocks is waning as a raft of political and economic risks takes the shine off the best first-quarter returns in 26 years.

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Trump resorting to unilateralism with steel probe: China Daily

BEIJING Washington's move to probe steel imports could trigger a trade dispute between the United States and its major trading partners, who are likely to take retaliatory steps, the official China Daily said in an editorial on Monday.

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Foreign investors have bigger worries than UK elections

LONDON A surprise call for a UK election has barely ruffled feathers among foreign investors, who have pumped money back into British stocks after last year's sterling slide following the Brexit referendum spurred a rush for the exits.

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As France votes, Le Pen still worries markets more than the 90 percent taxman

LONDON Jean-Luc Melenchon, the far-left tax-and-spend candidate in France's presidential election, has surged in opinion polls before Sunday's first round vote and yet he isn't the main reason for growing nervousness on financial markets.

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Global finance leaders find a more temperate Trump in Washington

WASHINGTON Donald Trump took power in January pledging to overhaul a global order that he said cheated middle-class Americans with a promise to tear up trade agreements and impose tariffs on China and Mexico.

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Forget about early-2018 ECB rate hike, investors now say

LONDON Investors are no longer expecting a rate rise from the European Central Bank by March 2018, money market pricing suggests, marking a sharp reversal in expectations for higher interest rates from just a month ago.

Markets

 

13.08
7,288.72
+0.18%
41.83
21,037.95
+0.20%
210.10
19,289.43
+1.10%

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Currencies

1.2856
1.1786
1.0907

Other Indices

24,578.43
12,472.80
5,287.88
2,393.34
143.48
167.37

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