Unemployment is going to rise. The Bank of England said last week that it expects the official jobless rate to rise from 5 per cent now to around 7.7 per cent by June – although its trajectory depends in part on whether the job retention scheme is extended and how many laid-off migrant workers return home. Which poses the question: what does this mean for equities?
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