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How a Macron Presidency Could Bring About ECB Tapering

April 24, 2017 |

An ascension of Emmanuel Macron to France’s presidency could trigger a much-anticipated event in European financial markets: tapering of the ECB’s massive stimulus program.
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Macron, Le Pen Outcome in France Offers Encouragement for EU

April 24, 2017 |

Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen look headed for the May 7 presidential runoff. A win by Mr. Macron would strengthen the conviction of Europe’s mainstream politicians that they can beat back anti-EU nationalists such as Ms. Le Pen.
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French elections: Far-right leader Le Pen and centrist Macron to face off, estimates say

April 23, 2017 |

Polls have closed in France’s bitterly divisive presidential election. Early projections suggesting who may have made it through to the runoff are expected shortly.
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Emmanuel Macron: The next surprise president?

April 21, 2017 |

He was once the subject of mockery in French political circles — now it appears that Emmanuel Macron could have the last laugh.
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Emmanuel Macron Unsettles French Presidential Race

January 22, 2017 |

As France’s ruling Socialist Party prepares to vote on a standard-bearer Sunday to run to succeed its unpopular president, a former investment banker is laying claim to its voters.
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Presidential hopeful Macron slams French political class, outlines remedies

October 5, 2016 |

Former French Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron attends a political rally for his political movement, En Marche !, or Forward !, in StrasbourgBy Michel Rose STRASBOURG, France (Reuters) – France is sick because politicians throw taxpayers money at problems instead of addressing them properly, presidential hopeful Emmanuel Macron said on Tuesday as he set out a first batch of ideas to reform the country's political system. The former economy minister who quit President Francois Hollande's government this summer slammed the whole political class for failing to reform a country struggling with endemic unemployment and shaken by deadly attacks. "When politics is no longer a mission but a profession, politicians become more self-serving than public servants," Macron told a rally of more than a 1,000 people in the eastern city of Strasbourg.



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France’s Macron resigns in step to prepare for run at presidency

August 30, 2016 |

Outgoing French Economy Minister Macron attends a news conference after his resignationBy Jean-Baptiste Vey and Leigh Thomas PARIS (Reuters) – French Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron resigned on Tuesday to work on proposals "to transform France", clearing the way for a presidential bid that will further unsettle an already wide-open race. The 38-year-old former investment banker, one of France's most popular politicians, did not explicitly say he would run in the 2017 election but strongly hinted he would do so. "I am determined to do everything so our values, ideas and actions can transform France starting next year," Macron, who created his own political party in April, said as he announced his resignation.



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France’s Macron will not announce presidential bid Tuesday: spokeswoman

August 30, 2016 |

French Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron will not announce on Tuesday if he will run for president, a spokeswoman said after he resigned from government, adding that his new party will first work on its door-to-door campaign and on making proposals. “The agenda we set up in April (when Macron launched his own party) has not changed,” a spokeswoman for his ‘En Marche’ party told Reuters. The party will first take time to take stock of the situation in France with the door-to-door campaign it started in May and present the results at the end of September.
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France’s Macron launches door-to-door campaign as presidency battle looms

May 28, 2016 |

French Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron speaks during the questions to the government session at the National Assembly in ParisBy Michel Rose PARIS (Reuters) – French Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron launched what he called a "Great March" on Saturday, a door-to-door campaign across France to collect voters' grievances ahead of 2017 presidential elections, in a new sign of his political ambitions. Some 60 teams of 10-40 volunteers will knock on voters' doors in about 50 cities across France, asking questions such as "What do you think doesn't work in France?", a spokeswoman for "En Marche" party told Reuters. Macron unveiled his movement in April, saying he wants it to be neither of the left nor the right.



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