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Five predictions for 2017
Published January 10th, 2017
After a year like 2016 with Britain voting to get out of Europe and the USA voting for Donald Trump for President you might wonder what can possible happen to surprise us in 2017.
Matthew Anwyl, managing partner of Berrys offers his five predictions for 2017:
The negotiations to leave Europe will keep rumbling on but we predict that the effects of Brexit vote will become clearer.
While many farmers voted to leave Europe in the referendum to reduce the burden of paper work we think that red tape will continue to be a headache.
Interest rates will remain low so if you haven’t already done so now is the time to review your finances, restructure debt and consider locking into a fixed rate.
Commodity prices will start to rise. We are already seeing increases in milk and livestock prices.
Boris Johnson will make a gaff!
Matthew Anwyl is based at the Shrewsbury office of Berrys, telephone 01743 271697, email firstname.lastname@example.org