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Looks to be down about 1.5p to me..

I want to be first....

Black Swan as at 9.00am tomorrow morning.

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Bankers going to lay in for an hour tomorrow are they? :)

They might be wanting too..... :) It will take an hour for the main news channels to get their head round the consequences......

Edited by geezer466

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Yet another great Labour feck up. Another financial disaster looming. A run on the pound could cause Salmond all sorts of problems. A 10% devaluation will be interesting I wonder if the Scots would want to keep the pound then, a yes vote is going to cause years of uncertainty Salmond may have to make commitments he doesn't want to in order to prevent panic.

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Seems like a good buying opportunity to me. Scotland is clearly a drag on the UK's finances so losing it will, in the longer run, likely increase the value of the pound.

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Seems like a good buying opportunity to me. Scotland is clearly a drag on the UK's finances so losing it will, in the longer run, likely increase the value of the pound.

I don't know...I think Ulster and Both the NW and NE of England are bigger drags in the tax revenues vs expenditures stakes.#

I'd also contend however that if the inflation tax is considered, It is in fact London that is the biggest drag on the UK, quite the opposite of 'official' figures.

My main concern about the Scots is not they are workshy or lazy...simply that they are communists. Reds. Totalitarians. Marxians. :huh:

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My main concern about the Scots is not they are workshy or lazy...simply that they are communists. Reds. Totalitarians. Marxians. :huh:

I think you are confusing reds in the bed communists with gingers.

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Charty

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Cable made a four week new low here last week, so it might weaken further in the coming weeks.

And started falling over 2 months ago. Not last week with the polls. Edited by Killer Bunny

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Seems like a good buying opportunity to me. Scotland is clearly a drag on the UK's finances so losing it will, in the longer run, likely increase the value of the pound.

That's just what I think too! Although in the longer term the pound is trash, just like all fiat! B)

Edited by renting til I die

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I have a lot of time for the Scots (in general) & if they really want to go it alone, I think they should.

It would be interesting to see their attitude towards the workshy; I think they'd be a lot less tolerant than Westminster. A lot of 'Socialist' policies would be dropped faster than you can say 'Hollande'!

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untitled.PNG... so it might weaken further in the coming weeks.

I ve noticed that there was a gap up in cable last year about September time. Gaps act like a vacuum and tend to be filled. I think we can see it go below 1.600

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