Markets Leap on French Election Results
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Investors plowed into a broad spectrum of so-called risky assets as results from the first round of French presidential elections eased concerns about the future of the eurozone.
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Monday's market response reflects the true terror that had been priced in before Sunday's French election, more than it indicates undervalued stocks.
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The euro, French government bonds and European stocks jumped sharply in the wake of the first round of France's presidential election, with centrist former economy minister Emmanuel Macron edging out far-right politician Marine Le Pen.
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French Election Results Let Markets Breathe-For Now
With political risk receding, Europe will look more attractive for investors than it has for some time. How much markets rally in response will be a measure not just of how scared investors were about France, but could reveal what deeper worries remain on the horizon.
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April 24, 2017 11:15 ET (15:15 GMT)