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Not many stock market investors will have come out ahead this year. At the time of writing, the FTSE-250 is down 17.5% over the past year, the FTSE-AIM index is down 30% and the FTSE-100 scraped in a small rise of 1.8%. The last one was driven by rises in commodity prices which benefited oil/gas companies and big miners which dominate the index.
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Our chairman is quoted by the FT, responding to Labour's broadband policy announcement.
“The [Labour party] policy is fundamentally flawed,” Mr Northway said. “It will make the UK a no-go area for capital.”