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French surveyors of public opinion have done a good job so far, with the results from Sunday’s first round of the French presidential race very close to the final set of polls. In line with our central forecast, it is Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen who proceed to the definitive round on 7 May, with the vote reportedly split 61/39 in favour of the centrist candidate.
Economic Outlook 2017 Q2
If Le Pen wins, how long will the euro last? If she loses, will that mean we have passed the high-water mark for popular authoritarianism and protectionism?
Join us and our distinguished panellists as we debate the outlook for the global economy and asset markets in this challenging context.
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