Chancellor George Osborne said that the UK Treasury will publish a "comprehensive analysis", which will display all the pros and cons of Britain in a reformed European Union.
The analysis will include the economic costs and benefits of EU membership, as well as describe the risks associated with the release of a block structure. Osborne made the announcement as he warned that if in the course of the vote, which is scheduled for June 23, will end in favor of the country's exit from the EU structure, it will lead to "immediate economic shock" and will have a long-term economic costs. Osborne also said, his responsibility as Chancellor focused on jobs, livelihood and quality of life, adding that "the UK out of the EU will be long, expensive and heavy, which affects all areas of its responsibility." last week, against the backdrop of increased uncertainty about UK prospects after the EU, the pound showed the worst dynamics against the dollar since 2009.
Osborne denies fears G 20 about the fact that the output of the UK from the EU requires the government. He said that "the idea that the US Treasury or the head of the IMF or the manager of the Central Bank of China dance to the UK government's tune" a bit bizarre. It is useful for an experienced trader: Gann Theory .