Based on not knowing what each countries treasury will do in the next few months to push economic growth or if/when & how bad any Covid resurgence will be.
The UK is to see technology spending fall by 9.3 per cent in 2020 followed by a more modest 1.1 per cent decline in 2021, according to research by Forrester. The analyst firm has also compared France, Germany and the UK's likely tech spending scenarios in light of how these nations are managing the pandemic and stabilising …
So this fall in spending explains https://www.theregister.com/2020/07/17/everything_must_go_distributor_clear/
I assume the analysts' process for dealing with the unexpected is:
1. Will it increase or decrease spending? Flip coin to decide.
2. Make up appropriate figures.
3. Write up figures as a press release.
giving us all headaches and there is a lot, lot worse to come. If there is no deal with the EU watch out people. One extra bottle (only 2ltrs allowed) of vino could cost you dear.
Wonderful opportunities? my arse. We'll be lucky to get the used toilet paper from anyone at this rate.
Didn't you get the memo?
We have the best economy in the world. For too long, we've given to that EU charity, and now we've stopped, there's no way in hell those other pauper countries will do well. We won the war, after all. Single-handedly, of course.. Well, the English did. The other provinces aren't much good for anything either.
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