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Macron and Le Pen Face Off in Pivotal French Election

May 7, 2017 |

The French are voting in the deciding round of an election that has sidelined mainstream parties and redrawn French politics as a contest between globalists and nationalists.
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France Rushes to Limit Impact of Macron Hack

May 6, 2017 |

French authorities attempted to contain the fallout from a computer hack of Emmanuel Macron’s political party, less than a day before the country votes in a presidential election.
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Emmanuel Macron Campaign Says Victim of ‘Massive Hacking’

May 6, 2017 |

The political party of presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron said its computer systems were hacked, after thousands of emails and electronic documents purporting to come from the campaign were posted anonymously on the internet.
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Macron campaign officials: We were hacked

May 6, 2017 |

Leading French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron has been the victim of a “massive and coordinated hacking operation,” after files purporting to be from the campaign were posted online via social media, his campaign said Friday.
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Macron can still blow the French election

May 4, 2017 |

Emmanuel Macron may well become the next president of France, but he’s not making it any easier for the French to vote for him.
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Le Pen, Macron Clash in Bad-Tempered Debate

May 4, 2017 |

The only face-to-face televised debate between France’s presidential candidates turned into an uncivil, no-holds-barred head-on clash of styles, politics, and personalities Wednesday. Emmanuel Macron called his far-right opponent Marine Le Pen a “parasite” who would lead the country into civil war. She painted the former banker as a lackey of…
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The Calculated Rise of Emmanuel Macron

April 30, 2017 |

The French presidential candidate skipped electoral politics, instead connecting with the elite. His contest with Marine Le Pen will determine the future of his country—and of the European project.
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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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