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03 February 2014

Financial World: All change in 2014 (Graham Bishop article)

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This year will usher in a new European Commission, President and Parliament, all of which will have important consequences for investors, says Graham Bishop.

The year 2014 holds many new departures for Europe. By the end of it, the EU will have a new European Commission, a new European Parliament and, it is planned, further economic integration of the euro area coupled with an effective Banking Union (even if this is more piecemeal than many had hoped).

However, even the definite fixtures in the calendar may morph. The May elections to the European Parliament could become a vote on the conduct of the euro crisis, and the result in the UK could send a strong signal about the chances of the country remaining in the EU.

Click on the PDF link below to continue reading. Please note: Guy Verhofstadt is now the sole ALDE candidate.

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