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John from Moneycorp

Brexit – what happens next?

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    I have removed a number of posts from here in to a thread in the main section of the forum http://www.pomsinoz.com/forum/showthread.php?t=256713 please remember this section is for Moneycorp to liaise with and update members.


    If you are depressed you are living in the past. If you are anxious you are living in the future. If you are at peace you are living in the present.

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    Brexit Battle with Barnier

    A promising start?

    David Davis has begun Brexit negotiations with the EU as both sides met face to face for the first time yesterday and exchanged hiking gifts in an attempt to break the ice. Davis entered with a ‘positive and constructive’ frame of mind to build a ‘strong and special partnership’ with the remaining EU members. 

    The initial exchanges will continue to focus on setting out how talks will proceed in future as they look to put in an orderly process for negotiations. The early view from the joint press conference yesterday afternoon sounded as expected with Davis saying talks got off to a ‘promising start’ and Barnier re-iterating initial points about there being ‘substantial consequences’ from Brexit as they stick to the EU Agenda of negotiating the Departure Bill before any trade deals. 

    There was very limited reaction in the currency markets as a result, but there are various comments in the papers- most notably from Tim Farron the former Lib Dem Leader who claims Davis has capitulated on day one!

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