Macron Wins Debate With Le Pen; Time to Stock Up on France

Last night's debate between the two French candidates who will face each other in Sunday's runoff was unusually bitter for a country more accustomed to polite disagreement. According to opinion polls (if you believe them), centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron won the debate over extremist Marine Le Pen.

"Your strategy is simply to tell a lot of lies and list everything that doesn't work in this country, but you don't propose any solution," Macron told Le Pen. In turn, she accused him of being "flat on his stomach," prostrate in front of Germany, the trade unions and the banks, dubbing him the candidate of "savage globalization."...400 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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