OK, I think I have it. Easier way of looking at thisGet it together man, we're relying on your forex expertise!
LolThat's better. So, would it be wise to buy a little sterling every week for the next while then cash it in when Brexit fails to pass?
And, more importantly, will you make up the difference if it passes?
I'm getting hosed right now with the dollar. Euro is stubbornly strong for some reason.Same rule if you're going to the UK on holiday soon
Should you buy holiday euros before the Brexit vote?
But I am notoriously risk averse, so won't be doing anything either..
No one tell Boris that he's part Irish tooBoris Johnson suggests 'part-Kenyan' Obama may have an 'ancestral dislike' of Britain
the final sentence of that article is chilling
Bands Pull Out Of Anti-EU Music Festival After They Learn It's Anti-EUPhats & Small did not respond to a request for comment, meaning their views on whether the UK would be able to survive on its own as a secure and independent trading nation outside the EU following a period of treaty renegotiation remain unknown.
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