Brexit Aftermath ‘UK retail has suffered sharpest fall in four years.’ Now the shock of the UK Brexit is somewhat over, the numbers are starting to show the results of pulling out of the E.U. The effect is expected to also affect the nations in the E.U., as well as; Economists are watching the US and other major economic players.
What many thought was that Great Britain was a ‘globalist and a unionist’ in it’s role in the E.U. But the real problem was the threat to the UK internally and it’s sovereignty. The range of policies coming from the Central E.U. establishment pushed the UK out of the picture as voters wanted their country back. Some called for a re-vote on the matter, yet the UK is still in the process of officially pulling out of the UK. It will take some time.
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now read this, Brexit Aftermath ‘UK retail has suffered sharpest fall in four years’ [original title UK economy was growing before Brexit vote, retail sales fall since vote]
Newly released statistics show that before the Brexit vote the UK’s economy grew fairly robustly. But at the same time we learned British retailers suffered their sharpest fall in sales in four years after last month’s vote to leave the European Union. Between April and June gross domestic product rose by a better than expected 0.6… [Read more…]