Nick Ottens via Atlantic Sentinel | Germans are more centrist and optimistic than most Europeans. The French and the Spanish have yet to feel the economic recovery and are more inclined to vote for parties on the far left and the far right. The Italians are even more pessimistic, yet they remain wary of extremes.Read More
The Corner | Everything went by the book, as investor’s preferred candidate Emmanuel Macron comfortably won the French elections against far-rightist Marine Le Pen by more than 30 percentage points. The euro came last night at times to surpass the level of $ 1.10 per unity against the dollar (although it lost this level in the Asian markets this morning). European stocks are expected to gain.