Where Angles Fear to Tread

June 24, 2016

2:30am – Friday

Filed under: Politics, UK Politics — Right Angle @ 1:43 am

The turnout in Scotland appears to be low in comparison with the rest of the UK (65% voter turnout) compared with 71% in England with 5M votes counted.

Remain have a 100k lead, but they will need to have some cities come in with large Remain votes, as Scotland might not be able to carry this now.

Meanwhile Betfair (on low volumes) and Sterling (GBP:USD) are all over the place. Betfair has gone from 1:10 (Remain) to 3:2 (Leave) and now at close to flip a coin, whilst Sterling has fallen from 1.50 at the close of the polling stations to 1.40 and is now back to 1.45.

Gosh, this is like white water rafting, with sharks, in a hurricane, with snipers on hills. A little more ‘interesting’ than I expected and still much time to go.

Right Angle

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