ROBERT DANES | RBD BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
“It’s no safer than Germany that’s for sure – I think it was just their lucky day yesterday. I think Germany is the power house, but I think it’s a question of whether it bails out everybody else or goes its own way... Whatever happens in Europe is going to drag [the UK] down – or up.”
IVAN MAZALOV | PROSPERITY CAPITAL MANAGEMENT
“To some extent Germany will suffer because of this, but from a currency perspective I guess they are benefitting from a weakened euro so they can work harder and produce more value because they are more competitive. For the UK, Europe is the largest trading partner so we will be affected.”
DAVID ADAMS | PURE SPORTS MEDICINE
“Without a doubt the UK is more stable than the Eurozone. The issue with Europe is that you are including countries under one regime that aren’t as economically sufficient as other countries so to me that doesn’t make sense at all.”
* These views are those of the individuals above and not necessarily those of their company.