Election Surprises of 2016 Continue With France

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Nov.25 -- Former Prime Minister Francois Fillon hammered the field in the center-right parties’ primary after trailing in third or even fourth place for most of the campaign. He won 44 percent in the first round, putting him in the driving seat for next Sunday’s run-off against Bordeaux mayor Alain Juppe, who won 29 percent. Former President Nicolas Sarkozy finished third with 21 percent and was eliminated, along with four other candidates. Investec Wealth & Investment Head of Fixed Income Darren Ruane discusses with Anna Edwards on "Bloomberg Markets: European Open."