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Markets given a vaccine boost | Will tax on gains rise?

Ed Monk

Ed Monk - Fidelity Personal Investing

This week, we look back on a very good few days for markets, thanks of course to long hoped-for news of an effective vaccine for Covid-19. Can markets go on to even greater things from here and will we finally see that rotation back to value?

And then - what chances a tax raid on investment gains? We run the rule over new proposals for CGT.

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