Editorial: Taxing times

Richard Jory
Richard Jory, Editor

By the time you read this issue of Structured Products, a decision should have been reached in the UK about who forms the new government, with pre-election talk pointing towards a hung parliament that incorporates the Liberal Democrats.

Sitting somewhere between the traditional Labour and Conservative heavyweights in the political spectrum, the Liberal Democrats espouse several policies that would have a direct effect on the financial markets. And while promising to bolster social cohesion with

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