Le Pen Victory More Likely Than Polls Show: GoldmanMark Melin
There has been a strain of populist analysis circulating recently that deserves second thought. The argument that a victory for French populist candidate Marine Le Pen might actually be positive for the stock market – as it was for Brexit or the election of populist turned conservative Donald Trump – is flawed. Not only do trend patterns exhibit mean reversion at some point – the string of positive stock market returns after a populist victory might be questioned at some point -- but the larger issue of France leaving the currency union is what . . .
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