Today the cost of government borrowing for ten year money has fallen to just 1.29%. Last November and even this January before Brexit came to dominate much market commentary the cost of UK borrowing was over 2%. It is particularly noteworthy that as the chances of Brexit have risen in the polls and in the betting, so the cost of UK state borrowing has fallen.
This is of course the opposite of the predictions of the Treasury and the US investment banks. They have been wrong again. UK public finances will obviously be sounder out of the EU, as we will no longer have to pay all that money to them. We will no longer risk being dragged into ever more expensive EU policies trying to offset all the economic damage Euro austerity does.