What are Orchard Thieves and Dutch Gold? Italian wine is now increasingly popular in the UK. The production most years is greater than Frace. I do not include Prosecco although I like it better than Champagne e crept Pol Roger. The super Tuscans are superb and flaunt the wine laws. By the way enjoy Jamesons as well as Scotch. HiN is about the third of the UK price in Italy. God help the EU if Renzi lists in Decrmber.
.. there is talk that Trump is going to force a change on the Deutsche Bank - Justice Dept lawsuit.. the 15 billion penalty lawsuit.. DB bought a lot of uncertainty upon the banking industry... interest rates are also going up.
Three birds with the one stone Bruce! Yes I'm aware Banca Monte des Peschi is indeed Italian but the Portuguese bank I referred to was BCP. And the second bird, in a very recent poll 56% of people polled in Great Britain now favoured remaining in EU, and across Europe satisfaction with EU has increased since Brexit vote, except Spain. Finally, I don't know who is playing with our SP or why, but with electronic trading algorithms it should not be too difficult to move an SP over a period of time. MHO.
I think it is a good time to be young. A new dawn is breaking. Lots of new opportunities for trade especially with USA protectionist. Germany has apparently already signalled it will do a deal with £18 billion of car exports to UK to shift. France ditto with wine although sensibly the Brits are beginning to latch on to Italian ones . Very toothsome and reasonable eg Montefalco from near where I live. Yesterday Insaw Gaia e Ray a Piedmont Chardonny at an eye watering €200 a bottle! no I did not buy one. Italy will be out of the Euro currency within 18 months. I doubt the EU will Exist in another decade. The last time a Euro currency was tried in the 19th century it lasted 10 years or so.
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