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    He isnt, there isnt a single metric that makes this look good economically hence his appeal to optimism.
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    as long as he stockpiles anything he uses daily from the continent he should be fine for the initial shocks. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Unilever_brands


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    dosen't look like that based on GDP growth, what metrics are you using?

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    GDP Growth compared to whom?

    Our GDP is currently growing faster than Germanys.

    We also have record high employment and the highest rate of foreign direct investment in Europe.

    When Max says 'there isn't a single metric supporting Cullion's opinion' what he really means is 'argle bargle argle bargle I don't know anything about economics and don't follow the news very closely'
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    but since there hasn't been a major adjustment since the vote, and only a continuation of treads; the reasonable conclusion to make is that the current economy is still the pre brexit economy, and that the post brexit economy will involve a major change in the markets.

    if they were optimistic they would be buying and there would be a noticeable uptick, of they were worried there would be a noticeable downturn; instead the markets are acting like nothing has, or will happen. So I guess the smart money is on this whole thing blowing over without major changes?
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    Thats exactly the argument that people who were predicting an immediate crash if we voted out now make. Except for a few hinest ones like the chief economist at the Bank of England who now concedes that his model was simply wrong.

    Once again, you're factually wrong though; manufacturing and inward have both grown since the vote. We haven't simply seen a continuation of the status quo.

    Rising investment a year before we leave suggests that on balance, investors are comfortable with growth prospects here.

    The EU has all kinds of economic problems; protectionist policies, subsidy of grossly inefficient industries, a failing currency union thats causing huge unemployment in the south. Its less than half of our trade and shrinking relatice to the rest of the world. There's a lot of downside in staying and a lot of upside in leaving.
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