by Martin Armstrong
We will have the BREXIT report out next week. This is incredibly important for the fate of Europe hangs in the balance. Politicians are only interested in saving their own jobs. They do not care about the people and the markets reflect this arrogance.
Nobody has seen a chart of the Euro v British Pound since the floating rate system began. We had to take the formula used and recreate it in time. You cannot use the ECU because the pound was included. This shows the dramatic high the Euro made against the pound in 1985. Even during the rally of 2008 when the Euro reached $1.60 on the greenback, it looks like a minor blip on this chart against the pound sterling. In 2015, the Euro fell to .6937 against the pound and then rallied to close at .73750. We have a Yearly Bearish Reversal at .73450 which it avoided like many other markets for year-end 2015. If we elect this Yearly Bearish Reversal, this is warning new lows even against the British pound.