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    Which one?
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    pound
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    pound, i demand a poll
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    (Original post by sqa7)
    Which one?
    Which one what? :confused:
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    I go for the pound, damn can't make a poll
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    why?
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    pound.......sc(R)w the euro
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    bearing in mind i got E in AS eco where we didn;t study anything concerning currency i would think it is wise to stick to the pound here.
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    Pound.
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    Pound every time. Not having Europe hashing our economy thank you very much. :cool:

    Ahh the memories of this thread. My first post was on just this topic :rolleyes:
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    how dare you try to make a poll before me, doh im too slow, need to learn to type faster
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    Advantages of the Euro:
    - Higher levels of Foreign Direct Investment
    - Greater price transparency
    - Lower interest rates
    - Greater exchange rate stability and transaction cost
    - Possibility of increased capital investment
    - Expansion in competition and trade
    - Bigger market
    - It's inevitable, the UK might as well enter under its own terms. :rolleyes:

    Disadvantages of the Euro:

    - Cost of adapting to new currency
    - Inclusive monetary policy
    - Decreased consumer confidence
    - The Growth and Fiscally Stability Pact (Gordon Brown wants flexibility :rolleyes: )
    - Higher unemployment (convergence?)
    - UK is stable enough at the moment (i.e. why fix it if it’s not broke)
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    Euro, definitely!
 
 
 
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