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BANGKOK 23 April 2019 03:52
ivor bigun

After Brexit will the pound rise?

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34 minutes ago, asiamaster said:

Not immediately but once the promised favourable trade deal with the US falls into place the Pound will rise. The EU is the one that is doomed.

The Dunkirk miracle all over again? Sorry the UK has run out of miracles.

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52 minutes ago, asiamaster said:

Not immediately but once the promised favourable trade deal with the US falls into place the Pound will rise. The EU is the one that is doomed.

Do you really believe that Dump will keep his promise of a favourable trade deal? His motto is, and always has been, America First.

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Dont rely too much on Trump, he has been known to BS a little. Of course only 17.4 times, on the last count, but then who is counting! Those big trade deals will vanish, when it comes to America first. 

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2 hours ago, ivor bigun said:

Rise against what currency? Now think hard about this as its a very difficult question ,we are on a Thai expat website talking about expats in Thailand ,now what currency do you think we would be interested in?

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Give us a clue mate, please. I know the sun is up but it hasn't got over the yard arm. Not where I am anyway.

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2 hours ago, Farang99 said:

Leavers will say YES, Remainers NO. As for what will really happen - anyone got a crystal ball?

You missed the one at the top of the page.

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More to the point, will the UK rise again?🤔

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8 hours ago, stanleycoin said:

I will check. :giggle:

 

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The Pound may rise in few years, but unless there is an agreed Brexit, there is only one way the Pound will go in the coming years, and this is down, down and down......

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3 hours ago, asiamaster said:

Not immediately but once the promised favourable trade deal with the US falls into place the Pound will rise. The EU is the one that is doomed.

If one wants to believe in the promises o fPresident Trump............As far as the EU, or the EURO, is concerned, it will not be negatively affected as much as the UK. 

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4 hours ago, Tengu said:

Is the British Pound based on the price of silver? If so, what is the exchange rate?

If not, the question makes no sense to me, or at least begs the question: Rise against what currency?

 

 

Could it possibly be the Thai baht?

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38 minutes ago, Gandtee said:

More to the point, will the UK rise again?🤔

With this government of total idiots? No chance

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1 hour ago, robertson468 said:

In your wisdom, please don't mention that Italy is in recession, Germany is almost there, Greece has major financial problems, France has very severe industrial problems, Poland is questioning it's membership of the EU............your view is a little blinkered!

Italy in a recession? Germany almost in a recession? Maybe you change your daily Medicine....

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Victoria Bateman is a nice and fearless lady and literally shows the naked truth on Brexit!
> https://www.theguardian.com/global/video/2019/feb/15/owen-jones-meets-the-naked-anti-brexit-protester-we-are-a-nation-of-prudes
So what,she said nothing ,just we should discuss things naked, ,as for her body ,well a brazilian and a boob lift would not go amiss,but apart from that waste of time.

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