Industry experts have warned a Labour victory with Jeremy Corbyn becoming prime minister in the next election is not "beyond the realms of possibility" and would be "unambiguously" negative for markets, pointing to the party leader's anti-financial market policies such as re-nationalisation and a corporation tax increase.
In a note to investors last year, Morgan Stanley said it was increasingly likely another general election could be held next year after Prime Minister Theresa May only managed to form a minority government...
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