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HK [email protected] 22:40 GMT June 25, 2016
Never stops attempting fixing the word:) Soros warns of EU disintegration
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Billionaire investor George Soros has warned that Britain's vote to leave the European Union makes the disintegration of the bloc "practically irreversible".

However, he called for thorough reconstruction of the EU in an attempt to save it.

Before Thursday's UK referendum, Mr Soros had warned of financial meltdown if Britain voted to leave.

In his latest comments, he said the effects of the decision would damage Britain.

"Britain eventually may or may not be relatively better off than other countries by leaving the EU, but its economy and people stand to suffer significantly in the short- to medium term," he wrote on the Project Syndicate website.

Mr Soros made huge profits in 1992's "Black Wednesday" by betting against the British pound as it crashed out of the European Exchange Rate Mechanism.

Before Friday's vote he warned of a similar meltdown, predicting a Brexit victory would send the pound down by 15-20%. In the event, sterling fell about 10% to a 31-year low.

'Turmoil'

"Now the catastrophic scenario that many feared has materialised, making the disintegration of the EU practically irreversible," wrote Mr Soros in his latest article.

"The financial markets worldwide are likely to remain in turmoil as the long, complicated process of political and economic divorce from the EU is negotiated."

He said the consequences for the economy would be comparable to the financial crisis of 2007-2008.

"After Brexit, all of us who believe in the values and principles that the EU was designed to uphold must band together to save it by thoroughly reconstructing it," he wrote.

"I am convinced that as the consequences of Brexit unfold in the weeks and months ahead, more and more people will join us."

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HK [email protected] 22:35 GMT June 25, 2016
Calexit or Caleavefornia? Brexit lifts Golden State independence campaign--washingtontimes.com


Fire at the backyard of Donald Trump!!!

What you wished the other happens to you:

Not so pleasant, but not too serious.

GVI Trading Room john 22:33 GMT June 25, 2016
Calexit or Caleavefornia? Brexit lifts Golden State independence campaign--washingtontimes.com

I've always felt Caleavefornia was a logical candidate fr independence. Its GDP only smaller than Japan Germany and the UK.

HK [email protected] 22:31 GMT June 25, 2016
Second referendum, can buy several months time for HM Gov.

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"Don't get excited about prospects for a 2nd referendum. Most of the petitioners came from outside the UK."
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A) Where this may sound naturally true, those are still legitimate votes, and you may or may not believe that the Big-Money is behind them.

Yes it begins to look like children's game where some can't accept a defeat, and demand it all over again, until they win.

With Specs. gold longs at a recent record Hi, and despaired commercials shorts, once if, a second Refer. decision passes, gold can slam 100$ down. Regarding too, that gold now is at a fair value.

For AUD$, I like to see the last two monthly candles at the close, where seems it will keep on sinking for sometime.
For the careful trader it means sit and wait for few days.

E$, whatever will be decided, EU is now in a big trouble from groups demanding Refe.
So instead of looking to fix Britain in retaliation, they rather should look for possible fire in their backyard.



GVI Trading Room john 22:26 GMT June 25, 2016
Calexit or Caleavefornia? Brexit lifts Golden State independence campaign--washingtontimes.com
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Pro-independence Texans weren’t the only ones energized by the vote by Brexit vote.

The California secession movement has been riding a wave of interest since Thursday’s vote by the United Kingdom to leave the European Union. The campaign has already gained a Brexit-inspired nickname: Calexit

ct: Calexit or Caleavefornia? Brexit lifts Golden State independence campaign--washingtontimes.com

HK [email protected] 21:49 GMT June 25, 2016
"Politically Correct", never dies:Xenophobia a Big Factor in Pro-Brexit Campaign
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Too many scaring negative events have happened with immigrants, to turn people against taking in more of them.

Blaming half of the UK of being xenophobic should be checked against facts on the ground.

Exporting "Politically-correct" items from the US, will not sell well in the UK:(

nw kw 19:46 GMT June 25, 2016
Brexit Vote Outcome Shakes Financial Markets

GBP-LME-has china support for investments, china power bank in gbp will get gbp out in market in time to keep up with the usa fed. so go go fatly gbp look out he ray.// see a plan gbp a made and aggressive,,,,,,,,,, comments pl.

dc CB 18:13 GMT June 25, 2016
Brexit Vote Outcome Shakes Financial Markets

We are joined by Mitch Feierstein of PlanetPonzi.com in order to dissect the economic, monetary and financial consequences of the ‘shocking’ Brexit vote – Britain votes to leave the European Union.

Keiser Report: Your Special Brexit Coctail

PAR 17:46 GMT June 25, 2016
Second referendum, can buy several months time for HM Gov.

Petition was start by British employers of the European institution afraid of losing their fat cat salaries. Europe is sponsoring the petition.

dc CB 17:45 GMT June 25, 2016
Brexit Vote Outcome Shakes Financial Markets

In her reporting on the Brexit last night, CNN’s Christiane Amanpour brought up xenophobia as one of the reasons that the push for the UK to leave the European Union was so successful.

As the results were coming in last night, Amanpour told Anderson Cooper, “A lot of these Leave movements are led by the hard-right, very very xenophobic, anti-immigrant, very populist, nationalist, white identity politics––they are the leaders who are pushing this momentum.”

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CNN’s Amanpour

PAR 17:42 GMT June 25, 2016
Second referendum, can buy several months time for HM Gov.

Europe has a long history of second referendums. The rich hate to lose.

Turkey will become a member

Ñot a single European official dare to say to Turkey that they will not become a member.

Euro rates wll go further negative = INSANITY

Draghi pumped € Trillions in the markets and it only created more unemployment =INSANITY

INSANITY = Doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results

The ECB econometric models are inspired on LTCM and ultimately lead as the nobel prize winers of LTCM to BANKRUPTCY


Banca Montei dei Paschi is Bankrupt but kept alive by MARIO.

GVI Trading Room john 17:39 GMT June 25, 2016
Merkel sees no need to rush Britain into quick EU divorce -- Reuters.com
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel sought on Saturday to temper pressure from Paris, Brussels and her own government to force Britain into negotiating a quick divorce from the EU, despite warnings that hesitation will let populism take hold.

Eurosceptics in other member states applauded Britons' decision to leave the European Union in a referendum that sent shockwaves around the world, with far-right demands for a similar vote in Slovakia underlining the risk of a domino effect.

Merkel sees no need to rush Britain into quick EU divorce -- Reuters.com

GVI Firex Jay Meisler 17:25 GMT June 25, 2016
Second referendum, can buy several months time for HM Gov.

Don't get excited about prospects for a 2nd referendum. Most of the petitioners came from outside the UK. Highly doubt there would be a 2nd vote. There would be civil war.

dc CB 16:28 GMT June 25, 2016
Brexit Vote Outcome Shakes Financial Markets

Brexit Support Was ‘Largely Censored from the Mainstream Media’

This is just more evidence of the same trend. Journalists I spoke to said they aren’t allowed to write about this sort of thing. If they write anything that discussed the Brexit, or the exit part of the vote and the sentiment for it, that was, they said, largely censored from the mainstream media. So, maybe it’s no surprise that our media over here was unaware there was so much sentiment on that side. It’s being censored from the news. If you write off the narrative on that topic and others, in that country, just like in this country, they want to drum you out of the mainstream and paint you as controversial. Maybe that’s why people didn’t have the information to understand what was going on.

Sharyl Attkisson

Bali Sja 16:01 GMT June 25, 2016
Good For them!!!

Second referendum means buy cable

HK [email protected] 13:44 GMT June 25, 2016
Second referendum, can buy several months time for HM Gov.
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Other options are turmoil risky.

HK [email protected] 12:46 GMT June 25, 2016
Play it cool. This guy will make the French more mad!
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25 June 2016
12:19 GMT

Chief executive of the Leave campaign Matthew Elliott says they are in no rush to start negotiations to leave the EU. He believes it would be better to start informal talks regarding a full settlement, which would include all aspects of Britain’s relationship with the EU.

"We don't think there is a need to swiftly invoke Article 50," he told Reuters. "Its best for the dust to settle over the summer and during that time for there to be informal negotiations with other states," he added.

HK [email protected] 12:16 GMT June 25, 2016
Good For them!!!


The vote was not binding, but see to that, that the French are demanding the Brits to exit as fast as possible, that in agreement with other members of the EU, as the matter may turn contagious and destructive for the EU.

Probably the Big-Money too, will push for a new referendum.

By Tuesday we shall know about, if this petition will begin rooting foot in the reality.

HK [email protected] 12:08 GMT June 25, 2016
Good For them!!!


Entry: .............. Target: Stop:



An old Chinese adage says: If you became too rich; You must have done something(s) wrong :(

GVI Trading Room john 12:07 GMT June 25, 2016
Good For them!!!

What's to stop an endless string of petitions? The vote was not binding anyway. I doubt it will be revoted since there is no new information. A new referendum could spark a strong voter backlash. against the sore losers?? But what do I know?

GVI Forex Blog 11:46 GMT June 25, 2016
Brexit Vote Outcome Shakes Financial Markets
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John M. Bland, MBA

Brexit Surprise
The U.K. Brexit vote was a shocker. Early exit polls confirmed an as expected victory for "Remain", but then the tide turned as the votes were actually tallied and the "Leave" vote prevailed by 52% to 48% with the leave side getting 17mln votes vs 16mln for stay. Markets had been set up for a "Stay" outcome

Brexit Vote Outcome Shakes Financial Markets

HK [email protected] 11:45 GMT June 25, 2016
Good For them!!!
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Brexit strips world’s 400 richest people of $127bn - Bloomberg

Brexit-caused losses of the world’s 400 richest people amounted to an eye- watering $USD127.4 billion in a single day, Bloomberg estimates. Rich Britons have lost a “mere” $5.5 billion, according to reports.



TrendsBrexit

The British voters’ decision to leave the European Union caused profound ripples in all major global equity markets.

The Bloomberg Billionaires Index says billionaires lost 3.2 percent of their total net worth, now estimated at $3.9 trillion.

The worst losses among European billionaires were suffered by Amancio Ortega, Europe’s richest person, who hemorrhaged $6 billion. Many other mega rich individuals took a massive hit, including Bill Gates and Amazon magnate Jeff Bezos, who lost over $1 billion each.

Britain’s wealthiest person Gerald Cavendish Grosvenor dropped more than $1 billion. However, for the UK’s wealthiest Brexit was surprisingly less devastating than for others in the billionaire class. Altogether, Britain’s 15 richest people lost “only” $5.5 billion.


British co-founder of stockbroker Hargreaves Lansdown, Peter Hargreaves, lost the most, seeing his fortune shrink by 19 percent to US$2.9 billion.

In a major irony, Hargreaves was the largest donor to the Leave campaign, donating £3.2 million, according to the UK's Electoral Commission.

Hargreaves has shown no regret, and says he is ready to work with the British government to shape the nation’s economic future once the country stops being an EU member state.................




Brexit strips world’s 400 richest people of $127bn - Bloomberg

HK RF 11:19 GMT June 25, 2016
BOMBSHEL??? Million sign petition for new EU referendum
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Entry: READ IT All Target: Stop:

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A new referendum means that all the movement we saw last week will be reversed(not immediately, but eventually): Watch it closely it can be very serious for the Mkts.!!!
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Million sign petition for new EU referendum

A petition calling for a second referendum on UK's membership of the EU has gained more than one million signatures following the vote to leave.

The petition will be considered by Parliament as it has passed the required 100,000 threshold.

The UK voted to leave the EU by 52% to 48% in Thursday's referendum but the majority of voters in London, Scotland and Northern Ireland backed Remain.

David Cameron said he would stand down as prime minister by October.

The petition, set up by William Oliver Healey, states: "We the undersigned call upon HM Government to implement a rule that if the Remain or Leave vote is less than 60%, based on a turnout less than 75%, there should be another referendum."




Thursday saw a 72.2% turnout, significantly higher than the 66.1% turnout at last year's general election, but below the 75% mark suggested by Mr Healey as a threshold.

The Scottish independence referendum in 2014 had a turnout of 84.6% - but there has not been a turnout above 75% at any general election since 1992.

The petition site temporarily went down following "exceptionally high volumes of simultaneous users on a single petition, significantly higher than on any previous occasion", a House of Commons spokeswoman said.

'Make divorce official'

The parliamentary petitions system is overseen by the Petitions Committee, which considers whether petitions that receive more than 100,000 signatures should be raised in the House of Commons and debated.

The committee is due to sit again on Tuesday.

In a separate petition more than 100,000 people have called on London Mayor Sadiq Khan to declare the English capital independent from the UK and apply to join the EU.

The page, set up by James O'Malley, states: "London is an international city, and we want to remain at the heart of Europe.

"Let's face it - the rest of the country disagrees. So rather than passive aggressively vote against each other at every election, let's make the divorce official and move in with our friends on the continent."

LINK

nw kw 03:59 GMT June 25, 2016
Commitment Of Traders Report

cad new gov. child tax benefits are going up next month big time change, long cad and if other gov. are changing have look long com, or oil.

HK Kwun 01:58 GMT June 25, 2016
too much today

Sell Gold
Entry: 1320 Target: 1200 Stop: 1350

already said too much today for gold, even Dow dropped 600pts, gold couldn't rise any, pls follow me sell

 




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