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German Fin Min: Optimistic on French elections

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble comments on the upcoming French election, candidate Marine Le Pen, and why he believes the euro can survive.

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UK would be welcomed back if it abandons Brexit: EU Parliament chief

European Parliament President Antonio Tajani has said Brexit could be reversed if the U.K. wanted to withdraw Article 50 after the upcoming General Election.

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Market positioning during the European election period

James Barty, investment strategist at BofA Merrill Lynch, comments on market jitters and investor sentiment, when it comes to European elections, specifically France.

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If 2 frontrunners face off on May 7, expect EUR relief rally: CIBC

Jeremy Stretch, head of G10 FX strategy at CIBC Capital Markets, takes a look at the euro dollar’s performance in the run-up to the French election.

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How the Paris shooting could shape the French election

CNBC’s Claire Fournier and Nancy Hungerford comments on how the shooting in Paris last night could impact each candidate’s campaign going into the first round.

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Market may be drawing false comfort in last few days: AllianceBernstein

John Taylor, global fixed income portfolio manager at AllianceBernstein, says there’s a sense of “déjà vu” in the run-up to the French election, in relation to the U.S. election, Brexit and how markets have reacted.

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Yen strength ahead?

Daryl Guppy, Guppytraders.com, looks at the charts for the Nikkei 225, the dollar/yen and Toshiba shares.

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Social network Tinybeans debuts on ASX

Eddie Geller, CEO of Tinybeans, says his social network provides a more secure platform for parents who want to share information about their children online.

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A closer look at Chinese steel

Keith Tan, S&P Global Platts, says the impact on steel trade is expected to be minimal as very little Chinese steel goes to the U.S. presently.

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Weakness in the dollar will benefit these markets

Ken Wong, Eastspring Investments, says a weaker dollar benefits Asian currencies and could lead to greater flows into regional equity markets.

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