Stay in step with market opportunities and get insights, actionable trade ideas and dedicated support.
French election nerves reflected in the market
The first round of the French Presidential elections will be held on Sunday 11th April. The market has woken up to the possibility of a Le Pen win.
Markets rally like it is November 2016
European stock markets have opened marginally higher on Tuesday after Macron-mania swept over global markets at the start of the week. We expect there to be further upside, particularly if Macron can maintain his decent lead over le Pen in the run up to the second round vote on 7th May.
Markets get carried away with Macron
While the prospect of a President Macron is getting priced into the markets on Monday, it’s worth assessing whether investors’ are getting carried away.
Open an account today
Tight spreads from 0.5 pts on FX and 1 pt on indices.
Award-winning platforms with fast and secure execution.
French election market salutes Macrons expected easy path to the Elysee Palace
The early exit polls from the first round of the French elections suggest that Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen will progress into the second round.
FTSE exits blasé mode
UK blue-chip shares were again reacting to political events early this week, and even more so after last night’s events in Paris.
EU stocks on shaky footing ahead of French elections
The result of the first round of the French Presidential election on Sunday will determine which two candidates will be included in the second round of voting on May 7th.
French election preview: Why a “shock” win could be good for the euro
The first round of the French Presidential election takes place on Sunday 23rd April, with the exit polls expected late that night before the final confirmation of the results sometime early on Monday morning.
GBP recovers from Libor hit as French fears start to mount
Sterling is in recovery mode this morning after dipping at the market open on Sunday night after reports that the BOE pressured some banks to […]