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U.S. | 6 November 2018 Expect Little Change in Economic Policy After the Midterms
We read the same polls, newspapers, and political websites as everyone else, and we're not claiming any special insight into the outcome of the midterm elections today.

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6 November 2018 Expect Little Change in Economic Policy After the Midterms

By Ian Shepherdson

We read the same polls, newspapers, and political websites as everyone else, and we're not claiming any special insight into the outcome of the midterm elections today.

Posted: 6th Nov 2018 in 'U.S.'

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