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danielcawrey
danielcawrey
6/25/2016 | 1:27:04 PM
Re: Economic jenga
Nice article with a unique perspective. There is going to be a degree of uncertainty over the next few years for Great Britain. That being said, I think in the long run this might be good for them to have an economy that is not dependent on the greater EU. We'll see if that turns out to be right. 
mendyk
mendyk
6/25/2016 | 9:45:34 AM
Re: Eh half the story....
This is just one reason that using share prices to make sense of macroeconomics is a questionable strategy.
sowen557
sowen557
6/25/2016 | 3:26:31 AM
Re: Eh half the story....
Vodafone rose .64% Friday in FTSE trading
NeilMcRae
NeilMcRae
6/24/2016 | 2:56:16 PM
Eh half the story....
Find me a telco in EU that's stock price isn't down 5-10% not just UK companies...
mendyk
mendyk
6/24/2016 | 2:26:58 PM
Re: Also, this
Don't worry, Mitch. We're working on a solution to restore this claim. It will be YUUUGE.
mendyk
mendyk
6/24/2016 | 2:19:49 PM
Re: Economic jenga
Yes, and what happened when that fuel ran out?
mendyk
mendyk
6/24/2016 | 2:18:41 PM
Re: All the liabilities but
A lot of people apparently don't mind being lied to, as long as the lies conform to their worldview. Nothing new here, which is both reassuring and depressing.
iainmorris
iainmorris
6/24/2016 | 1:55:52 PM
Re: All the liabilities but
It's a spot-on assessment. The public have been lied to by the leaders of the Brexit campaign, who've been claiming they'll be able to negotiate free-trade deals with the EU without having to pay into the EU, accept immigration or follow other EU rules. None of that applies to other European countries outside the EU but trading with it, such as Norway, and the EU certainly won't have any desire to make things easy for the UK given the circumstances.
Mitch Wagner
Mitch Wagner
6/24/2016 | 1:51:57 PM
All the liabilities but
Iain, based on your analysis, it appears the UK has voted itself all the liabilities of belonging to the EU and none of the benefits. It won't be able to control immigration. Because of its close economic ties with the EU it will have to abide by EU regulations. But it won't get a say in making those regulations. Is that a fair assessment?
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