and yet still
yet still superior to the dollar. and when I try to find something about where the Euro is post Brexit all I get is pages of google results talking about the pound sterling. Best I can find is "forecasts" but I want to see what happened "the day of" and it's positively BURIED. Best I see is Euro vs dollar and while theres a huge spike "the day of" as currency speculators jumped in, there's a drop right after.
If Brexit was such a bad thing why is the Euro *stronger* against the dollar for the last week than before?
when our President or other world leaders announce something and there's market drops, we're told its about "covering ones bases" or "ignorance" or "reactionary" or any sort of dismissive term when those in the biggest echelons of power and money want to promote whatever is spoken of.
When something those Consortiums do not wish to see happens and there is an economic drop suddenly it's "indicative" and "proves" that whatever happened was a "bad thing".
Post Brexit fecal deposition is because a lot of money and power players are finding they have less control than they did before, and their subsidiary mouthpieces are here to make the peons believe it.
An organization that created the money first, then the trade agreements, then a few years later bothered to start thinking about a Constitution that the people would live under and potentially be protected by, anyone with memory not ruined by social media or recreational chemicals knows the order of priority as this was established.
the hype and intentional confusion between the EU and NATO is just another bit of icing on the FUD cake.