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Consol nation

13 August 2014 By Martin Hutchinson

The Hanoverians were foreign and unpopular when they came to Britain in 1714. They had to depersonalize government, which made government bonds national obligations – and a decent credit risk. The lesson for now: for bond investors, solid institutions beat charisma hands down.

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