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US midterms: three outcomes and what they mean for markets

A bad result for both parties could be the best one for investors, not least by giving the Federal Reserve a clear run at bringing inflation to heel.

13/10/2022
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Authors

George Brown
Economist

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Authors

George Brown
Economist

Topics

Economics
Economic views
Growth
Inflation
US election
US
2022
Central banks
Federal Reserve
Politics

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