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16th Aug 2021 20:06Eurozone, Economic Monitor, Eurozone Key Issues

  • The scene is set for another face-off between Mr. Macron and Mrs. Le Pen next year.
  • Polls suggest that Mr. Macron will win a second term, but the margin is closer than in 2017.
  • Rising political risks could dent French equities, and widen 10-year spreads to German bunds.

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