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    Markets are expected to welcome the stability of a Labour government that isn't reliant on the Greens or New Zealand First

    Markets are expected to welcome the stability of a Labour government that isn't reliant on the Greens or New Zealand First


    The NZX is due to open at 10am.

    Greg Smith from Fat Prophets says investors will now be looking to the Government to address the critical issues facing the economy.

    He says they'll be looking at whether debt levels come down, whether there is more economic stimulus, and how the Government plans to pay for the Covid economic bailout.

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