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Next Season is going to be lot more Expensive!

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Well we couldn't have predicted that!

Our forum parasite turns up with a post to agitate just at the point of any interaction.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
View on £ vs either € or $ hasn’t changed , very little downside whatever outcome with more upside to come .Once we get more certainty I would expect the £ Over the next year or so to move towards1.30 vs € and perhaps as high as 1.60 against $ (perhaps a little optimistic )

Politically anyone’s guess but my moneys on Mays deal passing next week and cheaper skiing next season for all £ holders Very Happy Very Happy
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
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Some more technical analysis from my chart man

Sterling/Euro (€1.1736) – the pound has also been gaining ground against other leading currencies and its latest price action relative to the euro is worth a closer look. As the weekly chart demonstrates, this pair has spent much of last year and a half stuck in a range, with resistance in the region of 1.16, but that situation changed last week as sterling rose by 1% and, in doing so, rose to its highest reading since May 2017. From a technical perspective this is clearly a meaningful development as it strongly suggests that a decisive shift in sentiment is underway. The next area of possible resistance is now at €1.194 or so.


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@Rob Mackley, So what you are basically saying, is that Stanton is looking more like a plumb and quite frankly more likely wrong?
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