[OT]When are the Brexitards going to twig?

JPMorgan issues bleak warning on Brexit damage
https://www.ft.com/content/af41135c-8436-11e8-96dd-fa565ec55929
“I do think that, because of Brexit, some businesses across the financial and manufacturing sectors will be relocating from the UK to other parts of Europe ..."
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On 10/07/18 19:49, Huge wrote:

I do think thast, because its in their interest to say that, they may be just expressing a fond hope that people will listen and be SCARED by their statements.
"There are many regulatory issues that remain to be solved, and the fact that Brexit happened should make the dialogue between European countries easier."
See? Even they see positive aspects...
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On Tue, 10 Jul 2018 20:10:52 +0100, The Natural Philosopher

The true sign of an Express reader. If you can only spout drivel, stick it in upper case so it looks like it actually means something.

"should"??? in lower case too??
Anyone with half a brain would know that with the risk of nations getting more and more protective of their markets, it is not a good time to go it alone.
Anyway, I must dash, I'm off to GRAB a GLASS of CARBONATED COLA [Express style]
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Oh, can younstill get that? I thought there wasn't any CO2 left to make the stuff
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On 20:27 10 Jul 2018, Archibald Tarquin Blenkinsopp wrote:

A few days ago my news feed brought up the weather forecast from the Express by mistake.
It said, with usual Express hype, that temperatures were set to PLUMMET and we could later expect DANGEROUS STORMS!
Translated this means the hot weather will ease a bit and there will be rain in parts.
Who believes the Express any more?
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Whay did anyone ever believe the Express?
I expect they'll predict snow for tomorrow (and blame it on the EU).
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On 10/07/2018 20:27, Archibald Tarquin Blenkinsopp wrote:

Don't use up all your ration coupons in one go on the piles of carbonated sugar water and beer in the supermarkets. There is a shortage you know!
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Not just a British shortage. There is no truth in the rumour that Heineken have stopped using CO2 when turning water into money.
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On 10/07/2018 19:49, Huge wrote:

Is that the same JPMorgan that didn't see the 2008 crash coming even 1 day before it happened?
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On 10/07/18 23:31, JoeJoe wrote:

The very same.
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On 10/07/2018 23:31, JoeJoe wrote:

Well the spokesperson for Lloyds said they would be moving, on TV today.
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On Thu, 12 Jul 2018 18:50:44 +0100, "dennis@home"

'Along with other banks who are already setting up shop Brussels / the EU' (she said).
Cheers, T i m
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On 12/07/2018 22:30, T i m wrote:

Frankfurt or Paris maybe but why Brussels?
Isn't the French President offering those financial institutions transferring to Paris the intensive of deregulation? I wonder how this will work with France staying in the EU and what the result of that will be if it happens?
I also wonder how long before the finacial services bubble bursts in relation to them being a cash cow for many governments? No longer do you need any physical trading floors - just a reliable computer link anywhere in the world. Even in the domestic market banks are hemorrhaging staff and branches because most of us have changed our banking habits and in much the same way high street shops are closing because we can buy country wide or world wide within minutes from home.
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wrote:

No idea, just quoting what she said.

Pass.

Pass.

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God knows.

Presumably you meant incentive.

The EU doesn’t have any real say on how banks are regulated by EU countrys.

Bugger all IMO, but it would allow those banks to claim that transactions were done there when that is useful to claim.

Not sure there has been much of that.

That’s only a small part of financial services.

But there are still people involved somewhere.

Because so much of what used to involve humans doesn’t anymore.

Yeah, I pay very little deliberately anymore, almost all of it happens completely automatically and I just check that it hasn’t been stuffed up.

Sure, but there are still a lot of financial services that still involve people somewhere doing stuff on computers.
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Just the standard Brexiteer response. Those who think the EU regulates absolutely everything. When is suits them to think it.
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On 14/07/2018 11:50, Dave Plowman (News) wrote:

EU countries are allowed to offer incentives to bring business into the EU from countries outside the EU.
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On Tue, 10 Jul 2018 23:31:27 +0100, JoeJoe wrote:

The worthless opinions of JPM, GS, CNBC, Bloomberg, the FT and all the rest of them are for hire to the highest bidder. Always have been. Thank god (most) people have (at long last) woken up to this.
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I just get a page telling me to subscribe to the website :-(
And, yes, I have cleared all the cookies.
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On 11/07/18 13:26, Mark wrote:

Well fortunately I have a free subsription from years ago, enough to read it

Indeed. It is behind a paywall.
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