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Jeff Mason is a White House Correspondent for Reuters and the 2016-2017 president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. He was the lead Reuters correspondent for President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign and interviewed the president at the White House in 2015. Jeff has been based in Washington since 2008, when he covered the historic race between Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Jeff started his career in Frankfurt, Germany, where he covered the airline industry before moving to Brussels, Belgium, where he covered the European Union. He is a Colorado native, proud graduate of Northwestern University and former Fulbright scholar.

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31 Aug 2016

Hard to detect seismic politics in weather-worn markets

LONDON You may reasonably wonder just what sort of political upheaval it takes to upset financial markets these days.

03 Aug 2016

The 'what if' spooking markets: policy success

LONDON Voter rebellions? A protectionist wave? Looming recession? Islamic militancy? Perhaps the biggest shock to world markets now would be if central banks met their inflation goals.

20 Jul 2016

ANALYSIS-Income stasis lit fuse for political rocket

LONDON, July 20 Slow growth leaving swathes of the population with no real income gains for another 10 years will foster more disaffection that just bakes in political volatility and economic stagnation.

20 Jul 2016

Analysis: Income stasis lit fuse for political rocket

LONDON Slow growth leaving swathes of the population with no real income gains for another 10 years will foster more disaffection that just bakes in political volatility and economic stagnation.

06 Jul 2016

ANALYSIS-Global bond burn from Brexit may now force fiscal response

LONDON, July 6 A slump in long-term interest rates since Britons voted to quit the European Union is the clearest financial market verdict on the global impact of 'Brexit' - yet another body blow to world growth that may now need a game-changing policy response.

06 Jul 2016

Global bond burn from Brexit may now force fiscal response

LONDON A slump in long-term interest rates since Britons voted to quit the European Union is the clearest financial market verdict on the global impact of 'Brexit' - yet another body blow to world growth that may now need a game-changing policy response.

22 Jun 2016

Nervy global investors revisit 1930s playbook

LONDON Global investors are once again dusting off studies of the 1930s as fears of protectionism, nationalism and a retreat of globalization, sharpened by this week's Brexit referendum, escalate anew.

08 Jun 2016

ANALYSIS-"Brump" or "Trexit"? Markets may conflate year's biggest risks

LONDON, June 8 Even though market myopia is often used to explain why investors appear to be ignoring November's U.S. presidential election while trading furiously around this month's vote on Britain leaving the EU, the two events may end up being conflated.

08 Jun 2016

'Brump' or 'Trexit'? Markets may conflate year's biggest risks

LONDON Even though market myopia is often used to explain why investors appear to be ignoring November's U.S. presidential election while trading furiously around this month's vote on Britain leaving the EU, the two events may end up being conflated.

25 May 2016

Summer heat for sterling if referendum backs status quo

LONDON Keeping the status quo may well be what the British government wants after its June 23 referendum on European Union membership, but a sigh of relief in the financial world could bring its own short-term economic policy headaches.

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