European markets have rallied following the victory of Dutch centre-right Prime Minister Mark Rutte in yesterday's election, with the defeat of far right rival Geert Wilders quelling the rise of populism parties across Europe.
With about 95% of votes now counted, Rutte's VVD Party has won 33 out of 150 parliament seats, though the result came in lower than the 41 seats it gained in the previous election in 2012. Anti-Islam...
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