Citywire AAA-rated David Coombs, manager of the Rathbone Multi-Asset Portfolio funds, is worried about inflation in the UK and Europe.
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Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 surged 1.33% on the back of the French polls while the Kospi gained 0.3%.
And euro surges towards six-month high on French election relief.
And stronger pound could save Britain from cost of living squeeze.
And shoppers cut back as inflation kicks in - and top Bank of England official says it will get worse.
The pound's surge ahead of the snap general election led to heavy losses for UK investors this week, our exclusive data table shows.
Government reportedly drops plans to raise cost of settling financial affairs of deceased due to lack of parliamentary time before election.
German police have charged a man over bomb attack on football team Borussia Dortmund, accusing him of trying to force down its share price.
Sterling's election rally runs out of steam after big fall in UK retail sales in March.
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And Macquarie has insisted it will not asset strip the Green Investment Bank in the wake of its £2.3 billion acquisition of the lender.
And American Express closed up 5.9% as the top boost to the Dow Industrials after reporting a smaller-than-expected drop in quarterly profit.
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FTSE 100 falls into negative territory for the year as pound's rally following snap election surprise continues to weigh.
Investment manager who led legal challenge to government's Brexit strategy wants to highlight candidates backing vote on EU negotiation.
The energy sector slumped 1.2% as oil prices fell more than 4%.
And Elliott Advisors has dismissed a plan by Akzo Nobel to split its business in two and hand back £1.3 billion to shareholders.
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Former chancellor will not stand for re-election at the general election in June, focusing instead on his editorship of London's Evening Standard.