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French President Emmanuel Macron urged Donald Trump on Thursday not to take any hasty decisions on a global climate change deal that the U.S. president threatened during his election campaign to abandon. Macron and Trump also discussed the Syrian crisis, counter-terrorism and defence spending over lunch at the U.S. ambassador's residence in Brussels, their first meeting since Macron was elected on May 7 after a turbulent campaign.
The Liberal Democrats have placed Brexit at the heart of their election manifesto, claiming a bad deal would "wreck the future for our children". As well as extra investment for schools and hospitals the Lib Dems are also committed to a £100bn infrastructure investment to help build 300,000 homes a year. Speaking ahead of the launch, leader Tim Farron said: "Imagine a brighter future.
The gap (Frankfurt: 863533 - news) between 10- and 30-year French government bond yields reached its widest since December 2014 ahead of a 30-year bond sale seen as the first big test of sentiment since France's presidential election. France's debt agency has been monitoring the market for a 30-year bond sale via syndication - a system where the borrower appoints banks to sell bonds directly to investors - and started marketing the deal on Tuesday.