Category Archives: Currency

Finance and the Referendum

An interesting study has been performed which shows that people provided with more information are more inclined to vote Yes.  I had not long finished reading that when I checked how the BBC are covering events and found that the … Continue reading

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Currency Options for an Independent Scotland

Since I previously wrote on why the option of retaining the pound was the correct approach for the Yes campaign, it is safe to say that there has been a lot of chatter on the topic.  While it is important … Continue reading

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The Currency of a Yes Vote (Part 1 – Sticking to Plan A)

The whole concept of why currency is important to the referendum on Scottish independence is a complex one – even though currency itself is relatively simple! I’ll try to deconstruct the reasons why in this series of blogs. Firstly, I … Continue reading

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