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FT Reveals Why London Spins Skripals' Poisoning

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Today, one of the world's largest economic publications Financial Times publishes a material that actually sheds light on why it is now that London suddenly, with new activity, recalled the case of the poisoning of Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia. Article FT reports that London faces a serious financial threat related to the decision of the banking sector in Germany and the entire EU.



The largest bank of the Federal Republic of Germany (this is Deutsche Bank) is going to withdraw huge funds from British jurisdiction to German. This is about 450 billion euros, which Deutsche Bank is ready to redirect to Frankfurt am Main. This decision is associated with the process of leaving Britain from the European Union, including its economic sites.

According to FT, the leadership of the European Central Bank decided that EU banks should reduce their capital in British financial institutions. To date, the largest "mainland" investor in London is Germany. The ECB decided that Deutsche Bank could leave in London no more than 25% of capital. And the total assets of this bank in Britain is about 0,6 trillion euros.

In this regard, Britain is trying to take measures to ensure that its economy does not go down due to the withdrawal of huge funds by the Europeans. The best reason is to find a common enemy. Now, Teresa May is trying to represent Russia as such an enemy, which, according to statements by the official authorities of the United Kingdom, has poisoned defector Skrypal and his daughter in Salisbury.
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  1. voyaka uh
    voyaka uh 17 September 2018 14: 21
    +16
    England is already suffering losses due to Brexit. And it will carry even more after the official release next spring. But the Skrypal case doesn’t help them save money.
    1. maxim947
      maxim947 17 September 2018 14: 22
      +6
      That's what parasites are! Everywhere bastards climbed, what a nation so rotten. One thing is not clear - why did pragmatic Germans get there with such capital?
      1. voyaka uh
        voyaka uh 17 September 2018 14: 25
        -3
        Why did they "fit in"? On the contrary, they Crawled out of the united Europe. smile
        1. maxim947
          maxim947 17 September 2018 14: 26
          +2
          Climbed in - in the sense of snatched. What prevents the Germans and others from concentrating their capital at home? And at the expense of "got out", so they have not got out anywhere yet and it is not a fact that they will get out at all, they can turn on the back with such a boil.
        2. Mountain shooter
          Mountain shooter 17 September 2018 14: 44
          +3
          The bindings may be: Rob the Russian oligarchs simply by passing the appropriate law.
          To cancel the exit by organizing a new referendum under the brand name - aggressive Russia is attacking us, now everyone will be poisoned, we need to HOLD TOGETHER.
      2. Thrall
        Thrall 17 September 2018 14: 26
        +8
        Fantasy of the author of the material.
        The Financial Times publishes material that actually sheds light on why right now, London suddenly remembered with renewed vigor the case of the poisoning of Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia.

        The FT article does not even hint at the Skipale case.
        1. Black sniper
          Black sniper 17 September 2018 15: 35
          +3
          London goodbye, it's time to go home, London goodbye ... German assets sang together. laughing
      3. fa2998
        fa2998 17 September 2018 15: 27
        0
        Well, it’s understandable, they were in a single EU, a more attractive investment climate. But you tell me why our people got there, took out capital, buy up football clubs, castles, the most expensive apartments? request hi
        1. Katyusha
          Katyusha 17 September 2018 21: 45
          +1
          Quote: fa2998
          Well, it’s understandable, they were in a single EU, a more attractive investment climate. But you tell me why our people got there, took out capital, buy up football clubs, castles, the most expensive apartments? request hi

          They were told that London is such a world "Rublyovka". I took everything there - I rose in the top list to the highest level. But in fact it turned out that there was an ordinary pirate Anglo-Saxon launch))). And it must be, like all Ilfa and Petrov - if not read, then watched. So the type was warned)) what
      4. Katyusha
        Katyusha 17 September 2018 21: 37
        +1
        London City has a lot of capital, and more abruptly. Already from half a century the capital of the financial intern, and this is practically the world. I suspect that the Americans set up their "brothers" -tori with Brexit. Now "metropolitan" laurels and trillion-dollar fin-cream are back in NYC. This time around the mega-scam the Britons may not survive. Especially with Mei at the helm from the Tories. Last time Churchill - the cunning fox somehow got out of it, retained his status.
    2. Barzha
      Barzha 17 September 2018 14: 41
      +3
      England is already suffering losses due to Brexit. And will carry even more after the official release

      Yes, according to the most conservative estimates, Britain could lose up to 9 trillion. $. That is 3 (!!!) annual GDP. And this will entail a snowballing outflow of investments. Although Trump promises Britain the "most luxurious" terms of interaction ... After the end of their exit from the EU.
      This sentence strongly resembles an anecdote: "The gypsy wanted to teach his horse to live without food. He almost taught it, but the horse is dead!"
      1. voyaka uh
        voyaka uh 17 September 2018 14: 47
        +1
        The British have a deep intuition of survival. I think that in the long run, leaving the EU is the right step for them. In the meantime, let them develop science, improve the quality of their technology (which is lame), etc. And do not drive commissions from banking transactions.
        1. maxim947
          maxim947 17 September 2018 14: 53
          0
          The British have a deep intuition of survival

          That’s for sure.
        2. Berber
          Berber 17 September 2018 16: 24
          +1
          In fact, these are good wishes to British citizens.
        3. Barzha
          Barzha 17 September 2018 16: 56
          +3
          In the meantime, let them develop science, improve the quality of their technology (which is lame)

          For some reason I remembered: When the new Range Rover was released, then David Beckham said: I’ll surely buy two of them so that there is always one at hand while the second is under repair! laughing
    3. venik
      venik 17 September 2018 15: 28
      0
      Quote: voyaka uh
      England is already suffering losses due to Brexit. And it will carry even more after the official release next spring.

      ===========
      And what is this talking about ??? The fact that the "European Union" is such a "funny shop", into which it is EASIER to enter, than to EXIT IT then !!!!! hi
      1. Andrey VOV
        Andrey VOV 17 September 2018 16: 18
        0
        As in the saying-entry-ruble, exit-two .. well, or rather the euro or the pound))
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  3. Xroft
    Xroft 17 September 2018 14: 23
    +2
    It sounds crazy even against the background of what the Germans and I are doing the Nord Stream. Rather, there are ears in the United States and an attack on the idlib where, as you already know, we were previously accused of using the omp ... even they plan to impose sanctions on dry sanctions
    1. Berber
      Berber 17 September 2018 16: 26
      0
      That's right, here the connection is more clear. And it fits well with their standards.
      1. Kasym
        Kasym 17 September 2018 18: 50
        +1
        City is the largest financial center in the WORLD. He became one for two reasons. First, international. the financial market began to develop here since the 50s, attracting banks and investors from all over the world. Secondly, all companies registered in London received a "European passport" allowing them to sell financial services throughout the EU. London (by EU standards) accounts for 78% of foreign exchange transactions, 85% of speculum. funds, 74% of financial instruments, over 60% of maritime transport insurance.
        But as soon as England leaves the EU, the laurels of the financial center will go to France or Germany. Therefore, these two countries are withdrawing their funds and vying to organize this fin. center. The "fight" will still be for him. hi
        1. voyaka uh
          voyaka uh 18 September 2018 00: 52
          -3
          "Number one" in finance ALREADY returned to New York this year.
          But London just won't give up laughing
          1) The countries of the British Commonwealth. Former colonies. And now they are stronger than the former metropolis. This is Canada, Australia, India.
          Will they go to make deals in Frankfurt, Paris? - More likely to strangle themselves.
          2) English is international. Who will go to do insurance in Paris, if the contract
          40 sheets in small handwriting will be written in German or French? belay
          3) London court and international arbitration. Paris has no such authority
          nor Frankfurt.
          1. sgapich
            sgapich 18 September 2018 03: 37
            0
            Quote: voyaka uh
            2) English is international. Who will go to do insurance in Paris if the contract on 40 sheets in small handwriting is written in German or French? belay

            Well, for me personally, it’s much easier if the contract is drawn up in French. The truth is, something nobody calls to sign documents of this level. (sarcasm) laughing
  4. Million
    Million 17 September 2018 14: 24
    +4
    Tired already with these Skripaly ....
    1. Thrall
      Thrall 17 September 2018 14: 28
      +5
      About meldonium it was even more interesting smile
    2. Boa kaa
      Boa kaa 17 September 2018 14: 47
      +5
      Quote: Million
      Tired already with these Skripals ...

      They are clumsily trying to make the Skripals a symbol of "the anger and treachery of the Putin regime," which uses methods prohibited by the community to deal with dissenting former citizens who suddenly regained their sight and chose "freedom." This is all for the people who look at the zombie and "hawala". The goal is to distract from Brexit. This is called to shift attention to another object. The woodcutter apparently thinks that she has ended up in the land of Os, and good Goodwin from across the ocean will harness this "battle of the iron chancellors" for her.
  5. spirit
    spirit 17 September 2018 14: 25
    +6
    Oh, nonsense ... It can in no way affect the withdrawal of money. After Britain decided to go her own way, this issue was already resolved, and the poisoning of at least ten moles doesn’t affect this business. The sums are too serious, hi
    1. Black sniper
      Black sniper 17 September 2018 15: 16
      +2
      The Skripals case and the outflow of German assets are completely different topics and in no way can overlap! The article is really strange ...
  6. Moskovit
    Moskovit 17 September 2018 14: 31
    +1
    Watched euronews. Not a word about the Skripals, but a lot of the consequences of Brexit. Especially in light of the statement by the mayor of London Khan, that a new referendum is urgently needed. The British do not know that you just need to call the guys from the All-Russian Central Executive Committee and everything will be fine right away!)
    1. voyaka uh
      voyaka uh 17 September 2018 14: 42
      +2
      Britain has a disproportionately bloated banking and finance sector. A significant part of their GDP is made up of commissions from any international transactions. To the detriment of science and technology. So it will be useful for them to "shake off the bank fat". laughing
      1. Terenin
        Terenin 17 September 2018 15: 28
        0
        Quote: voyaka uh
        Britain has a disproportionately bloated banking and finance sector. A significant part of their GDP is made up of commissions from any international transactions. To the detriment of science and technology. So it will be useful for them to "shake off the bank fat". laughing

        And they will shake off their "bank fat" together with Teresa May, on whom they will "hang all the dogs" with Bregsite. I believe that the Skripals' case is their own game against May "for every fireman."
    2. igorbrsv
      igorbrsv 17 September 2018 15: 14
      +1
      . The British do not know that you just need to call the guys from the All-Russian Central Executive Committee and everything will be fine right away!

      Do they even vote?
  7. parusnik
    parusnik 17 September 2018 14: 35
    0
    Not much does not fit with another statement by the Britons, that sanctions against Russia, in the "Skripal case", will be applied after the final exit from the EU. And while the process is underway, no sanctions will be announced ...
  8. K-50
    K-50 17 September 2018 14: 41
    +3
    As always, Germany is withdrawing the money, and Russia is to blame. sad
  9. fa2998
    fa2998 17 September 2018 15: 29
    0
    Quote: fa2998
    Well, it’s understandable, they were in a single EU, a more attractive investment climate. But you tell me why our people got there, took out capital, buy up football clubs, castles, the most expensive apartments? request hi

    Quote: maxim947
    One thing is not clear - why did pragmatic Germans get there with such capital?
  10. thinker
    thinker 17 September 2018 16: 38
    +1
    Quote: Thrall
    The FT article does not even hint at the Skipale case.

    The author fantasized from three boxes. It is very useful to look into the source.
    A large-scale transfer of bank assets from London to Frankfurt will take 3-5 years or even more, sources say. Deutsche Bank CEO Christian Seving previously promised that the bank would maintain a “substantial” presence in London after Brexit.
    1. Katyusha
      Katyusha 17 September 2018 21: 15
      +2
      "Substantial" is 25%). And if other fin-monsters follow, then the world will finally see "small britain", which it always was).
  11. A. Privalov
    A. Privalov 17 September 2018 17: 38
    +1
    Orlusha annealed:
  12. Ros 56
    Ros 56 17 September 2018 18: 37
    +1
    What does the withdrawal of German bank money have to the Skripaly? Well, May will translate the scandal from a sore head to a healthy one, how will this affect the finances of small-shaving?
    1. Katyusha
      Katyusha 17 September 2018 21: 23
      +2
      Through the Skripals, the British Tories wanted to draw the Europeans into the next united neo-Russophobic front. The British have this tradition). But it works worse. For some reason.
  13. AB
    AB 17 September 2018 18: 46
    +2
    And sho? Should I believe it?
  14. Zomanus
    Zomanus 18 September 2018 00: 23
    0
    Now Britain will begin to degrease our corrupt officials in droves,
    who placed their assets there.
    And I think that few of them will be able to prove the legality of their assets ...