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7 June 2017 A Tory Victory Wouldn't Necessarily Boost Sterling this Time

By Samuel Tombs

Predicting which way markets would move in response to potential general election outcomes has been relatively straightforward in the past. But the usual rules of thumb will not apply when the election results filter through after polling stations close on Thursday evening.

Posted: 6th Jun 2017 in 'UK Documents'

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