Cast your mind back to June and the FT and WPP were both strongly recommending that Britain stayed in the EU and a vote to leave would be damaging. Two months later and we have a much more positive story even though we are still uncertain as to what the future holds. In reality the UK has only voted for Brexit but hasn't actually become independent, so until we understand the terms of leaving the EU we can't calculate the net benefit or otherwise. The real picture won't be known until after the French and German national elections. Then we will see how our relationship with the EU will continue and our new arrangememts with the rest of the world will benefit. In the meantime it's business as usual with the worlds most successful marketing services group continuing it's success which is only good news for jobs in the sector