The UK equity market is somewhat in limbo at the moment as investors await the outcome of the general election, writes Guy Stephens, who takes a look at the potential shift in favour from growth to value investments.
This market limbo is typical of pre-election period, but we may see some volatility throughout the campaigns. We hope that voters are given a reasonable period of time in order for the important policies...
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