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    Why is that we wasn't warned of the serious consequences of voting out? Does the majority of Britain want us to be ruined or did they not know what would of happend?
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    People saw destruction of their own country a better option than letting immigrants have absolutely anything :congrats::congrats:
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    (Original post by rimstone)
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    FTSE 100 is higher than it was on June 19
    FTSE 250 is higher than it was on June 16

    And why does exchange rate matter, how are China and Japan able to produce larger economies with larger populations and weaker currencies (9 RMB, 140 yen for every £)
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    (Original post by shawn_o1)
    FTSE 100 is higher than it was on June 19
    FTSE 250 is higher than it was on June 16

    And why does exchange rate matter, how are China and Japan able to produce larger economies with larger populations and weaker currencies (9 RMB, 140 yen for every £)
    How is Japan larger than UK? Uk has more gdp than Japan.
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    We were warned countless times ffs
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    (Original post by shawn_o1)
    FTSE 100 is higher than it was on June 19
    FTSE 250 is higher than it was on June 16

    And why does exchange rate matter, how are China and Japan able to produce larger economies with larger populations and weaker currencies (9 RMB, 140 yen for every £)
    Also The pound is the strongest currency in the world so your argument is pretty much invalid.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    How is Japan larger than UK? Uk has more gdp than Japan.
    http://www.investopedia.com/articles...-economies.asp
    (please note the date of the article)
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    Or was it is that the remain campaign didn't do enough to convince people, because all they were campaigning for their economy and businesses?
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    (Original post by shawn_o1)
    http://www.investopedia.com/articles...-economies.asp
    (please note the date of the article)
    India has a stronger currency than Japan and is higher in the GDP PPP list
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    A lot of prominent experts and people in general came forward to say not to leave but none of their reasoning was presented in an informative or accessible way so they just saw some rich bloke staking his piece and probably thought... 'Yeah whatever bet you'll do **** all for me though' and voted the opposite to whatever these bunch of elites were telling them to do. The whole campaign was rushed and a mess.
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    (Original post by Little Popcorns)
    A lot of prominent experts and people in general came forward to say not to leave but none of their reasoning was presented in an informative or accessible way so they just saw some rich bloke staking his piece and probably thought... 'Yeah whatever bet you'll do **** all for me though' and voted the opposite to whatever these bunch of elites were telling them to do. The whole campaign was rushed and a mess.
    Look at Indias GDP (PPP). Look at how much it has risen over the years. India is the worlds largest democracy.
 
 
 
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