The newspapers have been full of doom and gloom over the past week. Some may be heaving a sigh of relief that the Chilcott report may distract from the main topic of the day. Personally I think we need to man up and get behind the decision and show some faith in our country.
Certainly markets for property will be affected but price plunges and the fall of sterling are not set in stone. We are all still pretty busy as life does have to go on.
Bargain hunters buy battered property and bank stocks new Alex Ralph, Markets Reporter July 7 2016, 12:00pm, The Times Housebuilders have been hammered by uncertainty about the UK economy since the referendum vote MATT CARDY/GETTY ShareSaveSave Stock markets rebounded strongly after beaten up property and banking stocks were bought up as investors went bargain hunting. Reversing yesterday’s slide, the FTSE 100 rallied 92.83 per cent, or 1.44 per cent, to 6,556.42, despite the stronger pound, and the FTSE 250 index recouped 233.83 points, or 1.49 per cent, to 15,903.54, in line with the main bourses on the Continent. Analysts said sentiment was also supported by a firmer oil price and dovish minutes from the US Federal Reserve’s June meeting, held before Brexit, which were released last night.