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The first round of the French presidential election will be held on Sunday 23 April. 11 candidates are standing, all hoping to gain enough support to win the election outright. If no candidate receives more than 50 per cent of the vote in the first round, the two candidates with the highest share of the vote will proceed to a second round of voting, held on 7 May. But just how will the French elections affect the Forex and financial markets? This page tells you everything you need to know to trade this event.
Below you can find live statistics on Forex & CFD instruments that may be affected the most.
Source: Acuity Trading
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