Stocks across Europe leapt Monday, with French shares rising by the most in more than a month after French President Emmanuel Macron’s upstart party scored a majority in parliamentary elections on Sunday. The Stoxx Europe 600 SXXP, +0.66% climbed 0.8% to ... read whole article

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