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U.K. Documents | 31 May 2017 Manifestos Point to Very Different Public Borrowing Paths
The recent narrowing of the Conservatives' opinion poll lead suggests that investors, particularly in the gilt market, now must consider other parties' fiscal proposals.

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31 May 2017 Manifestos Point to Very Different Public Borrowing Paths

By Samuel Tombs

The recent narrowing of the Conservatives' opinion poll lead suggests that investors, particularly in the gilt market, now must consider other parties' fiscal proposals.

Posted: 30th May 2017 in 'U.K. Documents'

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