Autumn Statement 23 preview: What should investors expect?

Breaking down the predictions

Valeria Martinez
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Chancellor Jeremy Hunt is set to unveil a series of measures to promote long-term economic growth in his Autumn Statement tomorrow (22 November), which are likely to include tax cuts and an overhaul to the ISA regime.

Last week, the chancellor said the economy had "definitely turned a corner" following data that revealed inflation had fallen to 4.6% in October, arguing "this is the moment" to focus on growth and signalling potential personal and business tax cuts.  Speaking to The Telegraph on Friday (17 November), he said: "The big message on tax cuts is there is a path to reducing the tax burden and a Conservative government will take that path." UK inflation falls to 4.6% in October The chancellor is reportedly under intense pressure from within his party to offer pre-election giveaways as th...

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