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    I'm going on holiday to Italy at the end of June. Can any financial whizz kids advise whether it's worth buying Euros now or waiting till later. I've noticed the pound is starting to slip and just wonder if this is going to be part of a pre-brexit trend until the June referendum.
    I know there must be many experts out there so would really appreciate your input. Thank you
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    I'm not an expert but given the general trend, I think you're better off waiting up until the middle of June before buying your euros


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    Thank you Delilah
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    sterling is overvalued and, in an extreme scenario where capital inflows temporarily slow in the run-up to the referendum, it could face large declines :yep:

    or maybe not :dontknow:
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    (Original post by TheArtofProtest)
    Go for a spread right now, diversifying your risk. After two months, short your position and liquidate your assets. Invest that into a sub-prime mortgage package and barter that for a villa in Italy.


    I also have a degree in astrology so I can read your horoscope if you prefer.

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