The £17 million is not a buy its just book balancing it's not an actual trade, but there was some nice buys which looks positive. I feel the will rise until 3rd March it's obviously going to be very positive and increased in profit hopefully I am correct I see £2.60 plus by results day . Best of Luck to all investors Keep Smilling
My bet is on a compromise on Greek debt not default which will be a boost to the markets. Printing a little more money can only exite inflation....it's what they are trying to do anyway. I'm being optimistic again though!
Looks like it's time to lock in profit (or minimise losses) and buy back in at around the 220-229 levels. It's very reasonable to predict a large amount of profit taking on the share by traders and the wider ftse 100. I like the company and will be buying back in so I also am hoping for a great set of results this year.
Not sure if you've read Tesco's profit warnings recently or fraud investigations ? or the competition Tesco's is struggling to compete with and dividends been cancelled for 2015 or Haven't you seen the price of oil recently even the likes of BP will be reducing dividends in 2015 drastically if this carries on
Barclays Bank PLC ? Lets wait for the update and see if 2.35 is fair value :-) fingers crossed you still around posting hey :-)
Looking at yields, I see no reason why we are not already at 7,000. I can't see anywhere else to put ones cash which is otherwise earning nothing.. I agree it's moved quickly so there could be a blip but my money is on a continued rise and a stronger $. Close call though. Good luck whatever.
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