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Economic tailwind for the election winner

While the economic data released between now and the general election on 4th July is unlikely to have a big influence on the result, further falls in inflation, interest rates and gilt yields may mean that the next government starts with the economic wind in its sails. That may buy it some time and goodwill to put in place policies designed to boost the economy’s long-term growth rate.

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