Yes eu lost touch, yes immigration needs to be fixed ,yes eu needs to be reformed ....But eu gave uk a voice , china have a elites , russia, usa elites , elites are a fact of life . Eu makes the world a better place , id rather have eu in charge than china , russia , india etc..i hope uk rejoins a reformed eu under owen smith in my lifetime !. and on bank of ireland , nice to see draghi changing his tune!
Are we now watching the end of Merkel or Europe as the want expell one of there members ,be in doubt ordinary voters will be not be involved Have been watching free trade talk with U S A the have ended as expected The elite do not like voters
I also follow irlbf and bir.ir very closely. You are correct that the IRLBF in US can be + or - as much as 5%. My simple answer is thereis not enough volume on IRLBF to trade exactly in tandem. It is somewhat irrelevant though. It is only important on the day you are buying or selling. The bigger question is that if you have a large number of shares you may have to end up selling them over days to get the fair price.
Only misprint is european union..., I.e. united, but UK is still screwed as it left EU and we must make an example of it, simply to deter other defectors. Ireland has prospered as a mainly agricultural based economic to a modern based technology based economy, thanks to joining EU, plus many other benefits,so don't forget it... HOWEVER, UE leaders can sick an apple, where the sun don't shine! We shollowed the bank bailout, but we don't swollow any further sugar coated EU pills!
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