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BREXIT?, What happens to Uk pound and Euro if brexit yes wins
nipper
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definitely the ASX-listed ETF is doing well ; F100 is up 2%

And, Sterling rocketed 1.85 percent to US$1.342 and by 1.09 percent to €1.202 within minutes of the announcement. The pound has been volatile against both major currencies for several months as markets continue to wait for clarity over Brexit



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Looks like Aussie investors are quite relieved and buying again.

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UK election results coming through, and it's likely the Conservative Party will form a government in its own right.
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Early results and the exit poll look like a thumping victory for Boris Johnson. It also seems to be an emphatic rejection of Jeremy Corbyn and his far left Labour Party.

The early voting trends have been disastrous for Labour, with socially conservative low income northern and midlands England swinging away from Labour. There also seems to be a swing against Labour in Wales and no recovery for the party at all in Scotland.
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In many seats that Labour loses it will lose by a lesser margin than the combined vote of the Liberal Democrats and the Greens in those electorates.

People knew what the consequences of their votes would be. Labour could not consolidate the Remain vote, whereas Johnson did consolidate the Leave vote.

The election was dominated by three issues: Brexit, Corbyn and the National Health Service.

But the (remaining) "remainers" will persist. Sadly.

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Brexit dominates the media agenda as Britain lunges towards October 31, but [Peter Estlin, London's Lord Mayor,] insists that the sky is not about to fall on London. So what of the story that bankers are leaving the city in droves and money is pouring out of the capital? “Well the story is not that” says Estlin.

“During the time frame of Brexit, we have seen growth in employment. We’ve seen further growth of capital inflows. Clearly individual businesses are making decisions, but I am not aware of any business that has relocated lock, stock and barrel to the continent. In fact, the reverse: I’ve seen businesses coming into the city because they want to continue to access the capital markets, and so they see London as being critical to their future.”

The lord mayor acknowledges that some businesses have hedged by moving part of their workforce in Dublin or Luxembourg, but he gauges the numbers at between 5000 and 7000.

“When you then put that alongside the 30,000 to 40,000 jobs that have been created through fintech and cyber and the other areas, that’s why we’re seeing a net growth.”

The former Barclays and Salomons banker is confident that even in the worst case scenario, a no deal, business would adapt.

“The City as a services centre I wouldn’t say is immune, but has basically prepositioned itself for any outcome. It is the businesses that are involved in the movement of goods that are at risk.

https://www.theaustralian.com.au/business/b...3011e082c444847

- not many in the "global city" (haha) voted for Brexit



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"If I had even the slightest grasp upon my own faculties, I would not make essays, I would make decisions." ― Michel de Montaigne
 
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lmaosmiley.gif haha you sure to make a lot of us laughing nipper!!



 
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Marion Anne Perrine Le Pen, known as Marine Le Pen, is a French politician who is the president of the National Front, a national conservative political party in France.

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"If I had even the slightest grasp upon my own faculties, I would not make essays, I would make decisions." ― Michel de Montaigne

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The possibility of Ms Lapen taking the French presidency may be bigger.
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you are right mick, but the event you mention will trigger Euro crash, not GBP.
what i point out is about to crash GBP.

not sure witch one gonna come first?? unsure.gif

worth to keep eye on these events though!!



 
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The possibility of Ms Lapen taking the French presidency may be bigger.
Apart from railing against globalisation (Trumped by a French woman.), she has praised Britains EU exit.
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Scotland is heading for a fresh independence referendum when U.K. triggers Article 50 to leave the EU, according to a member of the Scottish Greens.

The U.K. government is unwilling to consider Scottish proposals to shape Brexit seriously, the lawmaker told Reuters.
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keep eye on this event, it could trigger GBP to have another crash. imho.



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http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-32810887

Brexit: All you need to know about the UK leaving the EU


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