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Macron 2.0: pension reform and cost of living in focus

The re-election of French President Emmanuel Macron gives him five more years to improve France’s economic potential and its public finances, with pension reform and the green transition central to his plans. But Le Pen’s greater vote share suggests he will have to work hard to keep the electorate on side. Drop-In (Thurs., 14:00 BST): Nordic & Swiss – Shortly after the Riksbank meeting, economists from our Europe and Markets services will be online to discuss the monetary policy outlook for the region’s economies and currencies as the ECB turns hawkish. Register now.

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