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(13-10-2016, 09:12 AM)Bugs Wrote:  Unilever says it faces higher costs because of the fall in sterling

The GBP/Euro exchange rate is very little more than it was in 2013.   I don't remember Unilever prices falling as the exchange rate improved in 2014-15.
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#12
Brexit looks likely to replace Climate change as the source of all ills(in this Country at least) :-))
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(13-10-2016, 12:25 PM)Happydaze Wrote: Brexit looks likely to replace Climate change as the source of all ills(in this Country at least) :-))

Yes, it will certainly be a better substantiated reason.
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#14
I am sure of it.
It's a well known fact that Brexit is the underlying cause of the hole in the ozone layer.

Just seen reports of a travel company that has gone belly up blaming Brexit.

The fact that is was badly run, underfunded and in trouble for years just forgotten. Hey ho!
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#15
Climate change will probably be blamed on Brexit!

Might sound far-fetched, until you remember that not so long ago "they and their media" got away with blaming the world recession on the UK Labour government (and not the greedy bankers in the USA!!)

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#16
Here's the proof, I just knew it Sad
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Brexit made me fall off my bike last week. I was pondering on a move to Scotland when I hit a tree root! Party Yay!
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#19
Back on to hounding Unilever.

The pound is causing things they sell in the UK to cost them more and loose profit - but conversly, things they sell on the continong will be making more profit.  And they sell more there than UK if you believe the spin.  So OVERALL Unilever is more profitable. So just pay the discount and get on with it!

The really big will come when the markets realise that Trump won the Americans' election and is turning the White House into a golf course and buying up all the world's uranium.
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#20
I have been reading that as the £ drops less migrants are coming over as they cannot earn enough money when they take it back
home. Its an ill wind that does no good.
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