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The Euro shares rally and French reform

John Redwood, Charles Stanley’s Chief Global Strategist, asks whether political change will continue to drive markets higher.

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John Redwood

in Features

11.08.2017

The Eurostox index reached depressed December levels last year when many market participants feared that an anti-euro government might be elected in the Netherlands or France. It rallied to a high in May of this year, putting on around 20%. Markets anticipated the French election result and relaxed about the immediate prospects for the Euro. Since then the index has fallen back a little to 3468. It remains below its April 2015 high of over 3800.

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