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    I'm going to have german and french game on fleek by the end of university God willing
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    (Original post by Chakede)
    no it is not russia in the 90s, uk economy has been built on a solid postion within eu trade membership for 40 odd years so it has always been in a good place. in 2 years it wont be,
    Yeah exactly, its not like we were a major developed economy before we joined the EU is it, 2 years we will degrade to the point russia is in with a completely fluctuating economy based dangerously on the price of natural fuels... you don't really have a clue do you?

    (Original post by Chakede)
    it has left a lucrative economic position to satate morons who didnt like the numbers of of foreigners sitting next to them on the bus.
    *Herp* Racist *Derp*.

    (Original post by Chakede)
    that is the reality. hence why the current wild corrections are going on - markets react to poiltical and economic events and forecast good or bad for the future - that is what they are doing now.
    The markets were expecting us to stay in the EU and now they are having to adapt to their miscalculation hence the turbulence, but once this has been acclimatised things will settle down, this has been said by many experts including the BOE. I shant spend much heed on your conjecture because you are not an expert and you clearly haven't read much of what the real experts have said post-brexit.

    (Original post by Chakede)
    i dont expect the average brexiter to understand the nuances of international finance - but try and absorb this - UKs rating has jsut dropped from AAA to AA ( less AAs means worse ok?) this has happened inside two days when in most circumstances a downward rating takes a few months to justify. it is expected it will be downgraded further. i wont say anymore becuase i doubt you understand the significance of credit ratings to a countrys economy.
    Mate you think you know it all its rather funny, the USA was downgraded during the recession most countries are and it doesn't mean much at all, it is based on investor speculation it is not a reflection on the state of the real economy or any real tangible tracts on our economic performance...We are on the same credit rating as Australia heaven forbid. We were also downgraded in 2008 and came back, you're point is literally useless.
    Our credit rating is among the highest in the world and even despite a fall by (one of out of many) creditors, is still in very good shape and our lenders are still going to be confident. The comment and your arrogance in making out it is some ace trump just shows how informed you really are.


    (Original post by Chakede)
    hyperinflation, high unemployment, recession or any combination of them are all possibilites to follow
    Considering no economists has speculated 'hyperinflation' - you are just talking out of your ass now and think you are sounding smart by dressing it up in words you are clearly illustrating you don't understand. try again.

    (Original post by Chakede)
    and in the end all the protesting fearful ignorant ppl that voted for brexit in these depressed regions you go on about will get hit the hardest in the upcoming economic downturns. as its been bounded about facebook etc - turkeys voting for christmas
    It is really ironic how you berated the brexit campaign for speculating and not having a plan, yet you are making ridiculous speculations based on literally nothing. The former governor of the BOE has already come forward and said that we will likely not grow as fast but the foundation of the real economy is strong and that will not change, things are clearly uneasy at the present because we are in uncertain times until we negotiate our relations with the EU, but upon that moment things will appear more clear.
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    (Original post by Chakede)
    thats because socialist government are donkeys. when i said dependant on governments i mean their economic management ability, not their political leanings :rolleyes: does this have to be such a school lesson?

    the socialists in greece have no bright ideas - the country that did the best to come out of the recession was the uk, and it was massive boost of financial industry that corrected much of the lost wealth it created in 2008 ( with assistance of government bailouts, something the greeks were not in position to do)

    now brexiters have pulled the flush on the uk economy once again
    How old are you like 16? you're points are very watery its rather amusing.

    If you knew anything about the greek situation you would know that the greek government instituted reforms which would kickstart the economy through reforms considered Keynesian and socialist to benefit the lower bases but it was hogtied by the EU, hence governments are greatly constricted contrary to your utter tripe.

    What the UK gov did in 2008 was a global initiative by developed economies to prop up financial institutions endorced by the IMF. For my school teacher you are really doing a bad job of this aren't you? might need to get the fact sheet out of the desk oh wise one.
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    (Original post by physicsphysics91)
    Good luck finding a country willing to take students doing arts/social sciences degrees.
    I hear ISIS are green lighting a lot of citizenship applications, they can go there and tell all those violent Muslims that Islam really means peace ?
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    Cool, why not go to Greece? They're part of the holy EU organization.
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    I don't know what career but yes and Germany.
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    The City of London and Canary Wharf will move to Frankfurt/Dublin/Paris... and so will I.
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    (Original post by marco14196)
    In the wake of Brexit, I fundamentally believe the UK will embark on a long, slow drop into irrelevance. State your career field and what nations you are looking at moving to. The big brain drain will now strike old England.

    I'm personally evaluating moving to New Zealand or Australia, my career field being as a ships navigation officer.
    Odd... why would you be wanting to move to countries outside the EU?
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    (Original post by physicsphysics91)
    Good luck finding a country willing to take students doing arts/social sciences degrees.
    It's funny because people who voted leave are ironically less intelligent on average. Or at the very least, less educated. I suppose even a social science degree beats sales assistants at tesco
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    (Original post by AverageExcellence)
    Yeah exactly, its not like we were a major developed economy before we joined the EU is it, 2 years we will degrade to the point russia is in with a completely fluctuating economy based dangerously on the price of natural fuels... you don't really have a clue do you?
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    we have already hit a 30 year low in the pound inside 48 hours - russian rouble did not fall that fast a rate einsten. who knows what is to come - we have taken a step that the rest of the world still doesnt understand - everyone underestimated the power of stupidity in our society.

    (Original post by AverageExcellence)

    *Herp* Racist *Derp*.
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    if the shoe fits.

    (Original post by AverageExcellence)
    The markets were expecting us to stay in the EU and now they are having to adapt to their miscalculation hence the turbulence, but once this has been acclimatised things will settle down, this has been said by many experts including the BOE.
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    markets priced in a remain because it would have been totally retarded for uk to vote out. they didnt realise the widespread presence of ppl like yourself however in the uk

    (Original post by AverageExcellence)

    I shant spend much heed on your conjecture because you are not an expert and you clearly haven't read much of what the real experts have said post-brexit.
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    lol 'real experts' ie not the imf, BoE WTO etc advised not to leave in the first place - these arnt real' experts' according the brexit fans :dunce: nigel farage is the king of economics- a failed currency trader. to a jeremy kyle brexit voter - yes i suppose he seems like a smart guy.
    (Original post by AverageExcellence)

    Mate you think you know it all its rather funny, the USA was downgraded during the recession most countries are and it doesn't mean much at all, it is based on investor speculation it is not a reflection on the state of the real economy or any real tangible tracts on our economic performance...We are on the same credit rating as Australia heaven forbid. We were also downgraded in 2008 and came back, you're point is literally useless.
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    we were also the fastest growing developed economy the last 18m and a safe bet for foreign investment - as acheivng AAA rating reflected - that is well on the way to being undone by the vote of morons who made up 51% of the vote. it is inexplicable to anyone with an understanding of international economics. i think china usa, india australia are incredulous to see exactly how thick some brits actually are these days

    (Original post by AverageExcellence)
    Our credit rating is among the highest in the world and even despite a fall by (one of out of many) creditors, is still in very good shape and our lenders are still going to be confident. The comment and your arrogance in making out it is some ace trump just shows how informed you really are.
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    its been 4 days einstein. give it 4 months.


    (Original post by AverageExcellence)

    Considering no economists has speculated 'hyperinflation' - you are just talking out of your ass now and think you are sounding smart by dressing it up in words you are clearly illustrating you don't understand. try again.
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    i doubt you even understand the term, let alone that it is perfectly predictable possibility during a currency crisis. again dont comment on subjects you clearly have no understanding of. talk to me about polish brickies if you wish.
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    (Original post by lucabrasi98)
    It's funny because people who voted leave are ironically less intelligent on average. Or at the very least, less educated. I suppose even a social science degree beats sales assistants at tesco
    Good job I'm well educated then
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    (Original post by Chakede)
    we have already hit a 30 year low in the pound inside 48 hours - russian rouble did not fall that fast a rate einsten. who knows what is to come - we have taken a step that the rest of the world still doesnt understand - everyone underestimated the power of stupidity in our society.
    You clearly know whats best, the Rouble halved in value in about 72 hours in the 90s, you need to learn what you're talking about. Oh wise one. People might have underestimated the power of stupidity but you certainly drastically overestimate how much you think you know.





    (Original post by Chakede)
    markets priced in a remain because it would have been totally retarded for uk to vote out. they didnt realise the widespread presence of ppl like yourself however in the uk
    Id wager im more educated than you, have you even graduated 6th form yet?


    (Original post by Chakede)
    lol 'real experts' ie not the imf, BoE WTO etc advised not to leave in the first place - these arnt real' experts' according the brexit fans :dunce: nigel farage is the king of economics- a failed currency trader. to a jeremy kyle brexit voter - yes i suppose he seems like a smart guy.
    Lololol come on you're making me laugh now, IMF BOE, WTO none of them are not experts are they? they are not housed with the greatest minds of their fields? oh yeah self-righteous academics clearly know far more than those actually operating in the field.

    (Original post by Chakede)
    we were also the fastest growing developed economy the last 18m and a safe bet for foreign investment - as acheivng AAA rating reflected - that is well on the way to being undone by the vote of morons who made up 51% of the vote. it is inexplicable to anyone with an understanding of international economics. i think china usa, india australia are incredulous to see exactly how thick some brits actually are these days.
    Depends how you define developed, Many smaller nations with developed economies like Ireland growing quicker, but i suppose you just make the facts up around your own opinion. Then call others retarded lol good one.

    Do you even understand that credit ratings are rated by a whole range of different creditors, there isn't one creditor who is the sole evaluator. You seem to be a little slow keep up.

    (Original post by Chakede)
    its been 4 days einstein. give it 4 months.
    The biggest shock has happened kid, markets will now adapt around the decision and once we have a concrete deal with the EU we will have far more certainty in the market which will help form stability.. of course you would know that if you had an ounce of a clue.



    (Original post by Chakede)
    i doubt you even understand the term, let alone that it is perfectly predictable possibility during a currency crisis. again dont comment on subjects you clearly have no understanding of. talk to me about polish brickies if you wish.
    You haven't shown any understanding, and haven't corrected yourself on any points. For somebody who calls other people thick you certainly make a lot of spelling mistakes...

    you encapsulate the typical remainer, is completely self-absorbed in the perception of his own intelligent yet when you analyse the facts you clearly do not know them... have you ever actually had a job in your life little boy?
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    (Original post by VickyDoodle)
    I'd already got my job lined up before this whole mess happened, but I'm moving to Japan next month. I'd only intended to stay for two years, but if the economy here takes a serious downturn I'll stay longer. On the upside, with the yen being a safe haven currency my wages have gone up by over a thousand pounds a year if I'm sending it back home!
    You know there was a huge nuclear accident there a few years ago? The government hasn't cleaned it up? The technology to do so won't exist for another few years? They stopped testing for radiation in the food because it was off the charts for so long and rising that they consider it pointless? That the government is imprisoning and assassinating doctors who are warning people to leave?

    I have a girlfriend there who I'm trying to get to leave, and who's trying to leave, that accursed rock, and there are people stupid enough to voluntarily go there.

    Enjoy the leukaemia.
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    (Original post by physicsphysics91)
    Good luck finding a country willing to take students doing arts/social sciences degrees.
    I suppose under Johnsono-Govo-Faragism those nasty cultural degrees will be shut down in favour of proper British subjects like tea making, sewing and kicking foreigner's heads in?
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    (Original post by Chakede)
    we have already hit a 30 year low in the pound inside 48 hours - russian rouble did not fall that fast a rate einsten. who knows what is to come - we have taken a step that the rest of the world still doesnt understand - everyone underestimated the power of stupidity in our society.





    if the shoe fits.




    markets priced in a remain because it would have been totally retarded for uk to vote out. they didnt realise the widespread presence of ppl like yourself however in the uk




    lol 'real experts' ie not the imf, BoE WTO etc advised not to leave in the first place - these arnt real' experts' according the brexit fans :dunce: nigel farage is the king of economics- a failed currency trader. to a jeremy kyle brexit voter - yes i suppose he seems like a smart guy.



    we were also the fastest growing developed economy the last 18m and a safe bet for foreign investment - as acheivng AAA rating reflected - that is well on the way to being undone by the vote of morons who made up 51% of the vote. it is inexplicable to anyone with an understanding of international economics. i think china usa, india australia are incredulous to see exactly how thick some brits actually are these days




    its been 4 days einstein. give it 4 months.





    i doubt you even understand the term, let alone that it is perfectly predictable possibility during a currency crisis. again dont comment on subjects you clearly have no understanding of. talk to me about polish brickies if you wish.
    Get off the steroids little boy, it's addling your brain.
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    The result is a disgrace, I plan on moving to America providing trump wins
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    The truthful answer to the OP is that it depends how bad things get. We've already seen an upsurge in racist attacks and we are only a few days out from the Leave vote. Next it will be targeting gay people, Jews, people from Asia, etc. I suspect we haven't seen anything yet.

    The truth is there's a tidal wave of hate behind this Leave vote and whilst this was originally caused by the profound economic malaise the world slipped into from 2008 and the way this has impacted on working people, it has successfully been channelled into xenophobia and hating the other.

    There are a lot of people who won't want to live in the kind of Britain (or England and Wales, or just England) that is shaping up.
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    (Original post by Fullofsurprises)
    I suppose under Johnsono-Govo-Faragism those nasty cultural degrees will be shut down in favour of proper British subjects like tea making, sewing and kicking foreigner's heads in?
    It's sad that leave won. I'm interested in what country you will be moving to? Personally I'm considering America or anywhere else in Europe. Somewhere sunny like Spain or Greece maybe, but Germany would still be ok.
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    (Original post by 41b)
    Get off the steroids little boy, it's addling your brain.
    i can prescribe them , but i never use.
    try developing a valid argument - mission impossible for a brexit voter.

    britain is now the warning to the world -dont let the stupid vote
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    (Original post by Manchester_123)
    It's sad that leave won. I'm interested in what country you will be moving to? Personally I'm considering America or anywhere else in Europe. Somewhere sunny like Spain or Greece maybe, but Germany would still be ok.
    The potential list is getting shorter by the day - the US seems to be in the grip of a fascist takeover as well, in the form of Trump - the EU is melting with the far right ascendant in many countries.

    It's truly tragic that working class anger has been diverted like this to parties that have no solutions, only wrecking. That's what Leave was - a wrecking operation.
 
 
 
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