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The world is turning its attention to France, where voters will head to the polls on Sunday to choose their next president. It's a close race between the four frontrunners, which include independent Emmanuel Macron, far-right Marine Le Pen, conservative Francois Fillon and far-left Jean-Luc Melenchon. Since an outright majority is unlikely, a run-off between the two leading candidates is expected and scheduled for May 7. Previously: Terror strikes Paris before French vote (Apr. 21 2017). Previously: What does the election mean for markets? (Apr. 21 2017). ETFs: EWQ. Now read: The French Revolution, Part Deux » Full story

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