Emmanuel Macron's victory last week in the second round of the French Presidential Election seemed assured, but commentators had warned 'never say never' in a world where Brexit and President Trump became a reality.
Investors had already been betting heavily on a triumph for the pro-European En Marche! candidate, who will be the youngest ever French president, aged just 39. The week before voters went to the polls...
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In June 2016, immediately before the Brexit referendum, a curious thing happened.