Good news for us Brits. Apparently the brexit-related price-hikes related to the pound are coming to an end. Next and Morrisons predict end to Brexit-related price rises - https://www.theguardian.com/business/2017/sep/14/next-morrisons-brexit-price-rises-weak-pound I got a bit sick of people blaming brexit for hiking their prices when we haven't even exited anything yet, and the fluctuation of the pound:dollar and pound:euro has been much greater in the past and we never saw country-wide price hikes then. Apple seem to be charging £1000 for a phone, or $1000 - so they don't give a tosh about the actual value of the pound or dollar by the looks of it. Dow breaks through 22,000, boosted by Apple - as it happened - https://www.theguardian.com/business/live/2017/aug/02/uk-economy-poised-rebound-2018-forecasters-predict-business-live-bank-of-england?page=with%3Ablock-5981a825e4b0d340766ccb80 Apparently towards the end of 2018 we'll be pretty much back to normal. No more excuses from suppliers to increase prices and blame brexit when they're actually just making a few quid.