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Jeff Mason is a White House Correspondent for Reuters and the 2016-2017 president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. He was the lead Reuters correspondent for President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign and interviewed the president at the White House in 2015. Jeff has been based in Washington since 2008, when he covered the historic race between Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Jeff started his career in Frankfurt, Germany, where he covered the airline industry before moving to Brussels, Belgium, where he covered the European Union. He is a Colorado native, proud graduate of Northwestern University and former Fulbright scholar.

Twitter handle: @jeffmason1

25 Apr 2017

Analysis - Investors take another look at opinion polls after French vote

LONDON Pollsters picked the two candidates to make it into next month's French presidential election run-off, going some way to restoring their reputation in financial markets before other important votes across Europe.

20 Apr 2017

As France votes, Le Pen still worries markets more than the 90 pct taxman

LONDON Jean-Luc Melenchon, the far-left tax-and-spend candidate in France's presidential election, has surged in opinion polls before Sunday's first round vote and yet he isn't the main reason for growing nervousness on financial markets.

19 Apr 2017

Reflation trades of 2016 deflate with remarkable speed

LONDON Stocks, bond yields and the dollar are all falling, yield curves are flattening and sterling is marching higher. The "reflation" trades of 2016 that were supposed to mark a turning point in global markets are fading.

19 Apr 2017

Analysis - Reflation trades of 2016 deflate with remarkable speed

LONDON Stocks, bond yields and the dollar are all falling, yield curves are flattening and sterling is marching higher. The "reflation" trades of 2016 that were supposed to mark a turning point in global markets are fading.

19 Apr 2017

Reflation trades fizzle, sterling holds above $1.28

LONDON Stocks flatlined and gold fell on Wednesday as investors continued to question the 'reflation' trades that had lifted markets since the election of U.S. president Donald Trump in November, while sterling basked in the glow of a six-month high following Tuesday's surprise news of a snap UK election.

29 Mar 2017

First-quarter follows Trumpflation script for markets, but it may be unraveling

LONDON On the face of it, the first quarter of the year followed the 'risk on' script.

25 Mar 2017

Number of newly-minted millionaires at Europe's big banks is shrinking

LONDON The number of employees earning more than a million euros or pounds at Europe's biggest banks fell sharply last year, another sign of the clout they have lost to U.S. rivals since the financial crisis.

23 Mar 2017

Barclays the latest bank to ditch euro below parity with dollar call

LONDON Barclays became the latest big bank to back off its forecast for the euro to fall below parity with the dollar, saying on Thursday that it now sees the single currency falling to as low as $1.03 this year before gradually recovering.

23 Mar 2017

Factbox: 10 reasons for caution as markets lose 'Trump trade' mojo

LONDON Global stock markets this week suffered their biggest shakeout since November's U.S. election amid growing disappointment at President Donald Trump's failure to deliver more details on promised tax cuts, infrastructure spending and financial deregulation.

22 Mar 2017

FACTBOX-10 reasons for caution as markets lose "Trump trade" mojo

LONDON, March 22 Global stock markets this week suffered their biggest shakeout since November's U.S. election amid growing disappointment at President Donald Trump's failure to deliver more details on promised tax cuts, infrastructure spending and financial deregulation.

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