The upcoming vote in the UK about leaving or not leaving the EU is certainly scaring the horses.
The IMF has recently warned that a Brexit scenario has the potential to destabilise the “fragile” global economic recovery.
Ex-President Of the USA, Bill Clinton, has revealed that Democratic frontrunner for the nomination to be next president of the US i.e. his wife Hillary, is concerned that Brexit will be “awful for Ireland”.
There’ll be many more scare stories between now and the fateful vote in June. The latest Treasury report by George Osborne being another case in point.
Dry econometric analysis and formulae are probably not going to win the argument. But headline grabbing figures of loss might just swing it.