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French Voters Head to the Polls This Weekend, After Terrorist Attack in Paris

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News video: French Voters Head to the Polls This Weekend, After Terrorist Attack in ParisThe famous Champs Elysees in Paris was the site of terrorist attack in which a police officer was killed. The French go to the polls over the weekend for the first round of voting for President. U.S. markets are cautious after what's been a volatile week for stocks. The Trump administration says next week could be huge, with potential health care reform introduced. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin hinted that major tax reform could be coming sooner than expected. President Trump to sign an Executive Order to review 2016 tax regulations to see if they add unique burdens. Another Executive Order will review part of Dodd-Frank to see if it costs too much to taxpayers. Kids aren't loving Mattel's toys. Earnings were down at the toy company that makes Barbie dolls and Hot Wheels cars. Mattel CEO says going forward, the company should get help from the Toys it has made to coincide with the release of Disney's Cars 3, which hits theaters in the 2nd quarter.

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