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Similar to last week, the French election has dominated the news after newly-elected President Macron defeated Far-right competitor Le Pen. There was relief on the trading floors across Europe as a victory for Le Pen would have seriously harmed the Eurpean Economy according to Ecomonist Tony Greetham of Royal London Asset Management.
Keep up to date — Markets relieved after Macron victory
According to a new Government Survey only 1% of the respondents have opposed new renewable energy sources. Around 79% have said that they’re in favour of a cleaner and greener energy solution & around 71% stated that they were “fairly concerned” by climate change.
“It is something that does unite Britain in a rather divided time. It’s a very clear love of renewables and a recognition of their importance. — Leonie Green, Solar Trade association
Keep up to date — Just 1% of the UK opposed Renewables
Newly-elected French President Emmanule Macron will be tough to negotiate with in, terms of creating an “easier Brexit.” However, he will not look to create an overly difficult solution when Britian leaves the European Union.
“At the same time, we have divergent interests on some aspects of the negotiations. So there will be a tough negotiation and he will be tough,” Jean Pisani-Ferry (Economist) told BBC Radio
Keep up to date — Macron to become a tough Brexit negotiator