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What to expect from the European Parliament election

An increase in support for populist parties in European parliamentary elections in June will have little bearing on economic policy in the near term because the more centrist parties should still win a majority of seats. Nonetheless, rising populist sentiment will probably also be reflected in national elections and is likely to have a significant influence on economic policymaking over the long term.

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