The European Union is holding its Parliamentary election next Sunday May 26th and the impact of this political event seems to be underpriced by currency markets. With the political attention having been most on Brexit tribulations, the rise of anti-EU populist parties, which could be big in some of the biggest European countries, could trigger a meaningful Euro sell-off. Our senior analysts, Valeria Bednarik, Joseph Trevisani and Yohay Elam discuss these prospects in our latest Conversation Report:
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