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What does the Tory landslide mean for your investments?

20/11/2019 · Barratt Developments (BDEV)  · BT (BT.A)  · JD Wetherspoon (JDW)  · Spire (SPD)  · Tesco (TSCO)  · WH Smith (SMWH) 

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We have run through the major policies which might impact your investment and picked out six companies which could benefit from last night's Conservative victory.

Politics has been an unwelcome cloud hanging over the UK stock market in the last few years. Yesterday's election – although not universally welcomed – has done what the Conservative's wanted and broken the deadlock in parliament: greater clarity on key policies will be a welcome relief to the UK’s companies.

Here is a run through of the sectors and companies which might benefit from the landslide.

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