No comment needed! Comments courtesy of the Three Stooges no coincidenceintended here!Not really!
I have said a great deal about the growth of the Euro zone since 2008. It has been a lacklustre 2.2%. At a time when the world economy has grown significantly US 14% Canada 14%. UK 8.8%, Eurozone France 4.6%, Germany 7.4% Greece -27%. Etc., Just to add to that had it not been for... Continue Reading →
Today a lot will be made of James Dyson’s announcement reference Singapore. The doom sayers will jump on this implying his negativity to his Brexit stance. Using it to display a lack of faith in the UK post Brexit. I would countenance the opposite. When you read his announcement he is very clear that he... Continue Reading →