Impact of Macron win on currency markets and Brexit

What does the election of Emmanuel Macron as French president mean for the currency markets and Brexit negotiations?

After the surprising political twists of 2016 there was a lot of uncertainty in the build-up to the election. Fears that Marine Le Pen could triumph initially kept the euro under pressure. Her campaign focused on emotive issues of immigration and national security, her desire to hold a referendum ...

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