"Just two days from the U.K. election, it’s still impossible to say whether David Cameron or Ed Miliband will be the country’s next prime minister."
The abiding question for business leaders and investors is who would be least bad.
In the normal run of events, company executives and shareholders would be four-square behind the incumbent Cameron’s Conservative Party, which has presided over a British economic recovery that’s outpaced western European rivals and the U.S.
Yet his promise of an “in-out” referendum on Britain’s membership of the European Union has given pause even to some of the Conservatives’ most natural allies in the business community.
Read More: The alternative offered by Miliband is hardly more palatable.