In short measure, the UK has managed to hop, skip and (a referendum later) back itself in to the naughty corner of most global asset allocators' wish lists of places to invest.
There remains an unenviable squeeze within the UK. First, the broader, global issue of consumers' natural propensity to spend being curtailed by higher inflation and sub-par wage growth. Second - and...
Four potential outcomes
Industry members abseil down Broadgate Tower
Changes made on 14 September
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