Looks a bit overdone at the moment , so maybe half a punt is better than none , forgive the pun . Agree with mailman likely to be volatile for a while and there's still that Gap at 329 . You could set a limit buy at that price , if it doesn't get there you haven't lost anything , on the other hand tucson could be right and the SP is going to get hammered .
Reason: original 15pt target (as posted) more than reached. I suspect most of the falls spurred by 1 opinion poll showing YES campaign leading slightly in Scottish Indie vote, thus mostly sentiment driven. This could of course soon change, as other polls suggest different voting indications. Hard call, so best book profits.
Seems an idea to try catch the bounce back in event of a NO vote.
Yes vote threatens U.K.’s influence on international stage: Scottish independence would be geographically dramatic for the U.K.: it would lose just under a third – 32% – of its land mass. Yet the rest of the U.K. (rUK) would lose much, much more.
A bit of politicising ? Lol. No denying it will affect their credit rating adversely to what extent or how significant that will be is one of the imponderables at the moment . As for the rest of it , they may find they are better off under an independent Scottish system . Corporation tax is likely to be lower for a start . They may just move south and preserve the status quo , who knows ..At the moment it's all speculation .Just to clarify , I'm pretty ambivalent about all this , I don't really care one way or another , if I were younger and still living in Scotland
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