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    Default Should American Workers Be Worried About Brexit?

    I will admit, I was on vacation spending my time with my grandchildren when this all materialized. I am totally not up on what happened or why. Came across this which explains what the aftermath might be.

    Brexit, British voters’ decision to leave the European Union, had an immediate effect on the stock market in the U.K. and abroad on Friday, and may lead to a “mild recession” in Great Britain in 2017, according to Goldman Sachs. It could also have devastating impacts on British trade, job opportunity, and even the rights of British citizens to travel to European countries.

    If you’re reading this from outside the U.K., no doubt your sympathy is with the Britons, but some part of you is wondering how all this might affect your life and career. For Americans, these are the potential problems that could emerge from Brexit:
    Should American Workers Be Worried About Brexit?

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    Default Re: Should American Workers Be Worried About Brexit?

    Wall Street Brooklyn analysts have been talking about a correction all year.. The markets have been in record territory but all year.. They just needed an excuse and Brexit gave it to them.. They will buy off the lows this week and make billions.. Also heard that Soras lost billions..Now that would be interesting but as Obama and Clinton both hoped that Britain would stay in the EU.. Both campaigns financed in part by George Soras.. Too bad we don't have the dot connector anymore..

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    Default Re: Should American Workers Be Worried About Brexit?

    The market today... No one screaming the sky is "raising" ..

    Dow Jones Industrial Average (^DJI) -DJI  Watchlist
    17,409.72 + 269.48(1.57%) 4:33PM EDT

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    Default Re: Should American Workers Be Worried About Brexit?

    They have their own nation. No banker or corporate sponsored slavedriving boss of the world owns them.
    I read that the credit eaters retaliated by immediately punishing their credit rating.

    They ought to drop out of the world finance groups and raise their finger high at them.
    It's all about the banks, credit and debt.....slavedebt.

    These bankers need a lesson that other figures in history received.
    Nobody gets money for nothing but a banker
    ..and for some sick reason they think they deserve it.

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    Default Re: Should American Workers Be Worried About Brexit?

    credit raters not credit eaters.

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    Default Re: Should American Workers Be Worried About Brexit?

    I don't want their GD credit.
    I don't need their GD credit.
    And I don't give a damn about their GD overemphasized credit rating.
    They can KMA.
    And that should be the people of the world's mantra.
    Get lost banker scum!
    It's a PRIVILEGE to be able to operate your business in OUR COUNTRY!

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    Default Re: Should American Workers Be Worried About Brexit?

    Market back to where it was before the "Brexit" vote.. Actually higher than it was before the vote.. I would assume that there was plenty of money made over the last few weeks..

    It started that day at 18011.07 then the so called crash




    And then today

    Dow Jones Industrial Average (^DJI) -DJI  Watchlist
    18,146.74 + 250.86(1.40%)

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    Default Re: Should American Workers Be Worried About Brexit?

    Quote Originally Posted by crazy View Post
    Market back to where it was before the "Brexit" vote.. Actually higher than it was before the vote.. I would assume that there was plenty of money made over the last few weeks..

    It started that day at 18011.07 then the so called crash




    And then today

    Dow Jones Industrial Average (^DJI) -DJI  Watchlist
    18,146.74 + 250.86(1.40%)
    Wall street and the thieves.
    Yep ... lost a few thousand and then made it all back.
    Plus I bought silver the day before the vote. Wish I had bought 10 times as much.
    Silver spot on June 22 - $17.45.
    Silver spot today $20.25

 

 

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