What a Scottish Yes vote means for Australian marketsVeröffentlicht: 17. September 2014 Abgelegt unter: AUSTRALIEN, Schottland - Scotland, Scottish independence movement | Tags: Geldpolitik, The Haggis, Währung Hinterlasse einen Kommentar
A Yes vote to Scottish independence on September 18 would mean a great many things for Scotland and also for England. But what would it mean for Australian business and financial markets?
It’s tempting to say “very little”– what do internal politics half a globe away have to do with us? Yet the Australian dollar strengthened markedly against the pound last week, almost surely due to a poll suggesting that the Yes vote was ahead 47-45 per cent.
Richard Holden – business spectator
On Scottish Independence And Its Impact On The Markets
Tomorrow, in an historic vote, Scotland will decide its fate when people go to the polls to vote on their independence. What started out as looking like a clear cut victory for the “no” vote, a vote against independence, has developed into a close contest, with the latest polls now showing a very narrow lead for those who wish to maintain the status quo and some recent samples suggesting that the “yes” camp could carry the day.
Martin Tiller – Nasdaq.com
Die schottische Gefahr für Europa
In einem Großbritannien ohne Schottland werden die EU-Skeptiker umgehend die EU-Mitgliedschaft der Briten beenden und so einen Grundpfeiler der EU einreißen.
Claus Vogt – GEOLITICO