Brexit looks like it's going to happen

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  1. BillsCarnage

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    Between this and the upcoming presidential vote the market is going to be on edge. By the end of the year we might be close to recession mode.

    Tomorrows opening bell could see one of the biggest drops since '08

    The Dow futures are already down 600+
     
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  2. English on tour

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    Absolutely criminal, I am shocked and saddened that some some of my fellow Brits have been swayed to vote the way they have. Time will tell, but it will take years to recover if we ever do.

    Boris will end up as PM which is as laughable as Trump getting in over there. Corbyn already has a vote of no confidence from Labour and can see him being done too.

    Things have always been said to move fast in Westminster, today has been staggering already.
     
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    So, is Cameron resigning? Can a PM just quit like that?
     
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    What was the driving force behind this? I keep hearing that EU members have gotten tired of bailing out entire countries.
     
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    English I would invite your opinion to the threads in P&R about this but they have become so heated that it would likely get lost in the shuffle.
     
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    Honestly DeAnna it feels like xenophobia to a certain extent and also partly two figures up the an establishment from the country who I think feel they have been ignored for too long.

    Some of the arguments for leaving, mainly from ukip were deplorable hate filled nonsense. Some of the Remain campaign stuff was laughable too, but it seems that playing on people's fears on immigration and promising them their England back has worked.

    People don't like change, but have voted for change in order to to achieve this. Go figure!

    I've no idea how it will pan out and hopefully this dices ion doesn't come back to haunt us.
     
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    Brexit moran.

     

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