If you hate seeing buys reported as sells etc!!!!!! Has already been sent to Martin Lewis, Daily Mail, Moneyweek & Watchdog. New chancellor, shaddow chancellor, most MP's & the Stock Exchange aim committee. If you follow tweeters etc, send it to them please!
If this petition doesn't reach 10,000; then imo we might as well have not bothered as it will almost certainly be filed B1N; @ 10,000 the government should respond.as well as So , If you haven't yet signed or indeed have but haven't passed it on to others, then now's the time to do so
CNA well placed to take advantage of Brexit which should see price recovery sooner rather than later.....Central Banks well placed to ensure stability across markets....7.5% lift a strong possibility in 2-3 months.
Britain is turning to a new way of making sure it doesn't run out of power, one that could turn the energy market on its head: rather than paying utilities to produce more electricity, it is paying firms that guarantee to cut industrial demand. These “aggregator” firms secure commitments from businesses across the country to reduce power usage and then sell the megawatt reduction they secure to power network operator National Grid, which is increasingly favouring this "demand-side response" (DSR) method instead of paying big utilities to ramp up power generation. Aggregators pass on the revenue to the businesses, taking a cut. Aggregators, like Flexitricity, Kiwi Power or Open Energi, have gained traction in the past year after National Grid launched a promotional campaign to raise awareness among businesses about the commercial benefits of DSR and reducing energy usage. They present a threat to the revenue of big power generation firms like Centrica, SSE and EDF Energy, who are being undercut by these newcomers and losing business in Britain's 1-billion-pound ($1.5 billion) electricity balancing market.
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