U.S. News: What Britain's Election Means for Investors

By Simon Constable

A surprising result in last week's U.K. election, which left no party with a majority in Parliament, holds possibilities for savvy investors willing to navigate a tumultuous market.
The election "takes an uncertain situation and throws it up in the air," says Jack Ablin, chief investment officer at BMO Private Bank in Chicago. Read more here.
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