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How will the election influence the economy?

A general election on 12th December may seal the fate of Brexit but could also have some other important implications. The economy and financial markets may either have to cope with a combination of a hardish Brexit and business friendly policies under the Conservatives or a softish Brexit and business unfriendly policies under Labour. That limits the upsides for equities and the pound whatever the election result.

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