Eurozone carnage: UK RIGHT to keep pound, Germany should have kept Mark - German Economist

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It was always going to go like this...
 

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Everyone in the Uk is delighted they dodged the Euro Bullet ! ! !

I.E. The People, Business, Politicians, Bankers = Everyone in Britain !

A Brilliant Success for the British.
 
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Sterling has remained doggedly strong, in spite of the stupid predictions of Remoaners there and Eurotoadies here.

I notice the euro has made a move against the dollar recently.
But it is fat from where it should be.
For years the euro traded in a range 130-150 against the dollar. Indeed for a short time it surpassed $1.60. A friend of mine was relocating to the US around then.
He sold his house and changed 300.000 Euros for dollars. That yielded him nearly half a million dollars
What a coup, tho just pure luck. Were he to have done the same transaction lately he would have lost well over a hundred thousand.
So I believe the euro has plenty of scope on the upside, $1.25 at least.
 

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It was always going to go like this...
Yeah, it is ..and already has been.

If the people who are proud to be Irish, as gaeilge no as béarla, realise that's enough pie 'thanks' very much, it comes time to start thinking how best to show challenge to the "no going back, this is the new normal" type of mentality.
 
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