Euro Traders Are Less Gloomy on French Vote Than at First: ChartBy
Investors in the currency options market are less worried about the outcome of the French election run-off than they were before the first round and the U.K.’s referendum on the European Union. The cost of owning put options on euro-dollar relative to calls is about 1.25 percentage points cheaper than it was in the run-up to the first round. Front-runner Emmanuel Macron is due to square off with anti-euro candidate Marine Le Pen in a television debate later Wednesday.
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