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Investment supplement: investing in uncertain times

By Prospect Team   March 2015

Parties are happy to throw money at voters—but do they even notice? © Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Investors face an extraordinary year ahead. Recovery is underway in the United States and United Kingdom, even if vulnerable. Yet Britain, one of the most apparently stable countries in the European Union in recent years, faces an election that could lead to radically different outcomes: a referendum about EU membership, or so big a role for the Scottish National Party that the break-up of the UK again becomes an open…

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