Brexit and the Consequences

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Old Jul 22, 2016, 9:32am   #9
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Before those numbers came out this is what two leading international figures said.

IMF's Lagarde says global growth forecast revised downward on Brexit

Draghi sees Brexit vote hitting euro zone growth by up to 0.5 percent over three years: official
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I would predict a lot of the gung ho pro Brexit, "make Britain great again" people will move back to the shadows as the UK economy goes south

PMI data is terrible

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/...turing-and-se/
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I would predict a lot of the gung ho pro Brexit, "make Britain great again" people will move back to the shadows as the UK economy goes south

PMI data is terrible

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/...turing-and-se/
If you think that's bad. Watch what happens when the EU implodes.

But before it does, a lot of the wealth will move to the UK.
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PMI has been in a declining trend since mid way through 2013. It may have dipped more quickly since Brexit but it was heading that way anyway. It would not be surprising to see it bounce back to the trendline.
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