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U.S. | 18 May 2017 Political Uncertainty is set to Plague Markets for Many Months
The turmoil in Washington has begun to hit markets. We don't know how this will end, but we do know that it isn't going away quickly.

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18 May 2017 Political Uncertainty is set to Plague Markets for Many Months

By Ian Shepherdson

The turmoil in Washington has begun to hit markets. We don't know how this will end, but we do know that it isn't going away quickly.

Posted: 17th May 2017 in 'U.S.'

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