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The German elections and the markets

John Redwood, Charles Stanley’s Chief Global Strategist, asks whether Angela Merkel can be expected to win her fourth consecutive election.

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John Redwood

in Features

22.09.2017

Earlier this year markets were stalked by talk of political risk in the Eurozone. The euro itself was on trial in the Dutch and French elections. Like many in the markets we thought the euro would win, and European shares would rise to reflect the quickening pace of economic recovery in the zone. So it came to pass.

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