With such mixed messages coming out of the industry and through media I thought it would be nice to share the below, written in the Guardian this week. Ok, from what I hear, the real impact on June's decision to walk away from the rest of Europe will not be felt until the Spring, but hey, it is nice to share positivity.
The article highlights how the weakening of the pound has had an increased interest in British products abroad - for more analysis on this my blog on the EEF's Chief Economists views is well worth a read.
Happy trading (at least for the foreseeable future).
Fears of a post-referendum recession have receded further after a rise in exports and a better month for the struggling construction industry buoyed hopes that the UK economy has continue to grow since 23 June. As the pound tumbled following the Brexit vote, goods exports from the UK to other countries rose 3.4% between June and July. Exports to the EU, made cheaper by the pound’s decline, rose 9.1%, according to official figures. It was the biggest rise in EU exports since October 2010. In a separate release the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said construction output stabilised in July