During the last recession, it was reported that Germany printed up brand new DMs in preparation for the Euro failing, showing how confident they were in riding out those particular rough waves in the storm... :grin:
18-08-2019 7:56 PM - edited 18-08-2019 7:57 PM
I've no investments, savings or property to lose, so I'll just do as I did the last recession, just carry on as normal wondering what the fuss is all about... :grin:
Same here (except for £262 in Premium Bonds - are they safe:shocked:).
Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear, not absence of fear - Mark Twain
He who feared he would not succeed sat still
@Minivanman NOOOOO dont desist......I want to see how many different subjects posted you can bring cauliflowers into the discusion-------Maybe we should start it as a competion for everybody (prize for winner ofcourse would be a cauliflower!:angel::rolleyes::wink:
Now we have
No deal, recession and plummeting pound now ‘most likely’ Brexit outcome, says Barclays
Of course w can expect the usual project fear cries from quarters, but frankly with all the other negative signs I'd much rather heed rational thinking than the quasi-religious zealotry of some.
22-08-2019 11:51 AM - edited 22-08-2019 12:07 PM
Well somebody looks happy about the news true or not and sure it was much higher against the euro years back, but that was way before Brexit was even an idea.