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 Anthony Rayner: "In the UK, the May administration is attempting to make sense of the biggest poker game in town."
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Anthony Rayner: "In the UK, the May administration is attempting to make sense of the biggest poker game in town."

Markets only care about a small number of factors at any one point in time, says Anthony Rayner, but both a lack of political clarity and implementation risk can pose a threat

Billions of data-sets exist globally but, from a top-down perspective, there are only a small number of factors that markets really care about at any one point in time. These are the issues that...

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