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Project Jeer- BREXIT BOOM! UK exports hit 3 year high as Auntie Theresa primes the Detonator!

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BREXIT BOOM: UK exports rise to highest level for THREE years as May prepares EU divorce

BRITISH manufacturing has been given a boost of confidence ahead of Brexit talks with the European Union (EU) as export orders have risen to their highest level in over three years, according to a survey by the CBI.



BREXIT BOOM: UK exports rise to highest level for THREE years as May prepares EU divorce







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This increase in exports is I think the expected result of the devaluation of the Pound.

What is amazing is that none of "the experts" predicted it.
 

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Several US Silicon Valley giants have given a thumbs up to post-Brexit Britain with their plans announced during 2017 to expand their UK operations, including an announcement by Netflix in the last week.

Video-streaming service Netflix has secured a new London headquarters, joining a throng of Silicon Valley giants in growing their presence in the UK.
The firm — whose great successes include Orange is the New Black and The Crown — has signed for 12,000 square feet of offices at the Fitzroy Place development near Oxford Circus, the Evening Standard can reveal. It is relocating from smaller space nearby.
The move next year will see it nearer Facebook which has expanded just off Oxford Street with a new London headquarters.

Other media and tech behemoths that agreed larger central London offices in 2017 include music streaming business Spotify and messaging app Snapchat’s parent.
Netflix crowns strong year for London tech with new HQ