Now we are out of the EU; a new report just released states that uncertainty surrounding Britain is now gone, Britain is more attractive to investors, and after the pandemic, the money will start to pour in.
This is not the news the failing EU wanted to hear. Nigel Farage has stated in the past that once Britain is out of the EU and countries start to see Britain doing well, EU member states will begin to reconsider their membership and run for the exit.
The report from an economic advisor for MainSky Asset Management, Dr Adolf Rosenstock, wrote: “In the long run, Brexit could lead to stronger relationships with global trading partners such as China, India or the USA.”
“We assume that Great Britain will experience a strong cyclical upswing in the coming months – and therefore, months earlier than the European Union.
“It is therefore hardly surprising that not only the pound rate has recovered in recent months, but that the British stock market has also ended its long phase of underperformance for the time being.
“In addition, with the rising external value of the pound and rising yields, the British bond market is now also moving back into the sights of investors.
“All in all, Brexit was and is a clear cut in trade relations between Great Britain and the EU, which will therefore remain an integral part of future investment decisions.
“For future market trends, however, it is first and foremost more important that the outcome of the negotiations was expected to be even worse until the end of last year and that the new mode now creates clarity where there was previously great uncertainty.”
This news, along with new trade deals being agreed with nations worldwide thanks to International Trade Minister Liz Truss’s hard work, Britain will become a shining champion of free trade.