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Article / 09 May 2017 at 9:22 GMT
Europe Divided: Nothing has been won just yet — #SaxoStratsPro-Europe, pro-market candidate Emmanuel Macron may have successfully held off Marine Le Pen in the weekend's election, but his real work lies in the reinvigoration of France's moribund economy.Read the article
Article / 08 May 2017 at 10:10 GMT
Macro Digest: It's better to prevent than to cure — #SaxoStratsEmmanuel Macron may have cheered markets with his landslide over Marine Le Pen, but the 39-year-old politician still faces an uphill battle. Europe's next major crisis point, however, is not Paris but Rome.Read the article
Squawk / 07 May 2017 at 18:04 GMTFrench presidential election:
As expected, EM is the winner (65.5% of the votes). A bit higher than last polls. Can be explained by the very poor performance of MLP at the occasion of the debate.
In the short term, I believe it is positive for EUR (negative for GBP since EM is perceived as a hard-liner on Brexit).
Next key step: upcoming June legislative election (I believe he will obtain a relative Parliamentary majority).
Squawk / 07 May 2017 at 10:54 GMTFrench presidential election:
At noon, stable turnaround compared to the first round (around 28.23%). Next figure to be published at 5pm.
Quite clear at that stage to say the winner will be E. Macron (based on last polls).
Article / 04 May 2017 at 8:32 GMT
Europe Divided: Notes on Wednesday's debateCentrist candidate Emmanuel Macron came out on top in Wednesday's televised French election debate, but the Front National's Marine Le Pen remains a cagey and adept thrower of rhetorical bombs.Read the article
Video / 03 May 2017 at 9:13 GMT
Europe Divided: If Le Pen was French president — #SaxoStratsDembik ChristopherMarine Le Pen has reached the second round of the French presidential election on May 7 to face Emmanuel Macron. Saxo Bank’s head of macro analysis Christopher Dembik considers how the country’s economy will perform if she wins.