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Once Again The STOCK Markets showing UK won over the euro union

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germany down 1.56%

france down 1.31%

UK UP....0.19%

CNN MONEY.. live world stock markets


the stock market voting each and every day after vote to exit that UK was the winner....only one day was there 1 of those two euro nations barely beating UK stock by a NOSE...

ALL this could have been predicted when the vote had the very youngest voters voting opposite the older and more experienced and more wiser voters.. those very young voted 75% to remain... hat also proves this is a wisdom issue in the same way as its a wisdom issue that makes liberals or conservatives and this is why there must be a high logic test with experience to be able to vote to help a nation
 

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Absolutely nothing is materially or legally different now than the day before the vote :roll: Nothing is even decided about the details of what will happen, only that the UK will eventually leave the EU. No doubt the savvy speculators made a killing starting a mini panic, selling high and buying low, but as far as I can tell only dupes and propagandists would draw dramatic decades-long conclusions from a few days of market fluctuation.
 

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germany down 1.56%

france down 1.31%

UK UP....0.19%

CNN MONEY.. live world stock markets


the stock market voting each and every day after vote to exit that UK was the winner....only one day was there 1 of those two euro nations barely beating UK stock by a NOSE...

ALL this could have been predicted when the vote had the very youngest voters voting opposite the older and more experienced and more wiser voters.. those very young voted 75% to remain... hat also proves this is a wisdom issue in the same way as its a wisdom issue that makes liberals or conservatives and this is why there must be a high logic test with experience to be able to vote to help a nation

The markets are rethinking the issue. Nobody believes the UK will be so stupid as the EU elite is asking them to be. Everyone knows that Schulz and Juncker are tackling their own book dishonestly. Why should England give up such a golden opportunity for much needed corrections of the EU system? They would have to be crazy. And the populists will run out of steam in a while. So let's be cool and watch.
 

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UK is down 2.78%....
 

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Absolutely nothing is materially or legally different now than the day before the vote :roll: Nothing is even decided about the details of what will happen, only that the UK will eventually leave the EU. No doubt the savvy speculators made a killing starting a mini panic, selling high and buying low, but as far as I can tell only dupes and propagandists would draw dramatic decades-long conclusions from a few days of market fluctuation.



the thing is..... that the stocks that have been hit by far the most germany and france there is NO BUYING when they are low.. that tells you the TREND and who has won
 

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UK is down 2.78%....

just now apples to apples and not cherrypicking

just now..... Germany down 1.75%.. France down 1.77% UK UP 0.28% cnn money live world stock markets

clearly the market is saying UK has won .. after the much further drop in germany and france stock there is NO buying even when it went the lowest.. proving this is the trend and UK has won
 

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just now apples to apples and not cherrypicking

just now..... Germany down 1.75%.. France down 1.77% UK UP 0.28% cnn money live world stock markets

clearly the market is saying UK has won .. after the much further drop in germany and france stock there is NO buying even when it went the lowest.. proving this is the trend and UK has won

You are cherry picking.. the FTSE 250 is down 2.8% and reflects far more the UK economy than the FTSE 100. FTSE 100 is 75% exporters and of course they will be up since the pound is crashing yet again today.

No one is "winning" in this uncertainty, so stop posting these pointless idiotic threads.
 

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You are cherry picking.. the FTSE 250 is down 2.8% and reflects far more the UK economy than the FTSE 100. FTSE 100 is 75% exporters and of course they will be up since the pound is crashing yet again today.

No one is "winning" in this uncertainty, so stop posting these pointless idiotic threads.
its yOU that is cherry picking..... cnn money live world markets compares apples to apples

germany down 1.93%.. france down 1.83% and UK up 0.11%..... the top 100 companies are compared to the top comapnies of germany and france this is how to compare apples to apples and not cherrypicking

and OH YES there are winners and losers here for the future this is how the betting works with stock markets
 

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for the month 30 days..... germany is down 5.6%.. France is down 5.9% and UK UP 5.1%

tradingeconomics.com

its all very clear and it was very clear when the youngest young voted 75% to remain which means the more wise voted in a landslide to exit proving this is a wisdom issue.. it is more wise to do like the UK did and not the euro union
 

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So; Banks' capital reserves to be spent, deficit to go back up, AAA credit rating lost. Six years of economics reversed in 12 days, everything's rosy.
Sterling down 9%and British banks have lost 20% of their value. Wonderful!

From the Bank of England...
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So; Banks' capital reserves to be spent, deficit to go back up, AAA credit rating lost. Six years of economics reversed in 12 days, everything's rosy.
Sterling down 9%and British banks have lost 20% of their value. Wonderful!

From the Bank of England...
Cml6JbZWEAAdGDZ.jpg:large

Predictors and Investors ARE FACTORING all that IN and still say UK is the big winner and euro nations the big loser

the stock markets is even predicting the nations closer to UK will secede also by having their stocks doing better than german and france who will stay in the union
 
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