Copy
eFN
 

BREXIT CABINET FALLING TO PIECES.

 

WEDNESDAY

November 15th, 2018.

"News from within the last 10 minutes directly to your inbox"

BREXIT CABINET RESIGNATIONS ROLLING IN.


ENSURE YOU KNOW THE BREAKING NEWS AS AND WHEN IT 'HITS THE WIRES'.
2 POWER PLAYERS OF THE CABINET HAVE RESIGNED THIS MORNING.

DOMINIC RAAB THE BREXIT SECRETARY WAS THE FIRST TO MAKE HIS MOVE.

HE HAS NOW BEEN FOLLOWED BY ESTER MCVEY.

WITH THERESA MAY DUE TO ADDRESS COMMONS AT 10.30AM THIS IS SHAPING UP TO BE QUITE THE MORNING.

Can Mrs May fend off her enemies?

Will she maintain control over the rest of her Cabinet?

Are there more resignations to come?

Will a Vote of 'No Confidence' be with us soon?

Is this placing a Brexit in jeopardy?

Will other politicians demand another vote now the true detail has been released?

STAY TUNED- THIS CERTAINLY WON'T BE A QUIET MORNING IN THE WORLD OF UK POLITICS.
 
FOLLOW THE BREXIT LATEST LIVE RIGHT HERE.
HOW ARE THE MARKETS MOVING ON THE BACK OF THE BREXIT CABINET RESIGNATIONS?

THE GBP HAS BEEN THE LARGEST MOVER, AND IN A NEGATIVE MANNER.

GBP has depreciated from 1.30 v's the USD this morning to 1.2760 as of right now.

If there are any more resignations or unexpected turns- expect this movement to continue.

Is your portfolio positioned to take advantage of a GBP fall?

This morning 2 Investment Banks project a fall to 1.20 in the short term?

This is a fall of almost 10 percent from this morning.

Are your investments denominated in GBP?

Are your assets mainly structured in GBP?

If so, similar to 2008- your networth will be diminishing in worldwide terms.

If you are looking to adopt some exposure to SHORT SELLING GBP, and to protect your portfolio, our research team will be happy to assist.

Worldwide Stock Indices are also trading negatively. It seems no one is enjoying the uncertainty the Brexit is creating.

Mid and Long Term investors who adopt "buy and hold" mentalities are possibly fearing this climate continuing.

Perhaps if you are the type of investor who looks to build portfolios to take advantage of short term movements and volatility, rather than merely adopt "buy and hold" mentalities- feel free to contact our team for a variation of research reports on the type of Asset Managers who might be able to compliment your portfolio.

 
Contact Us
Copyright © 2018, efinancialnewsletter.com, All rights reserved.

Our mailing address is:
info@efinancialnewsletter.com

Want to change how you receive these emails?
You can update your preferences or unsubscribe from this list.