Man SP being pulled back down despite the 'fund news' proving that any such rumours to the opposite would have been untrue..
This activity gives more importance to the follwing:- 'The Banking Standards Review Council, a new body established to overhaul banking behavior in the UK, is not receiving support from major Wall Street banks, including Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (GS). Banks are reluctant to accept the BSRC, as failure to comply with the council’s standards might mean they are liable to legal proceedings”. . . . . http://www.bidnessetc.com/27665-goldman-sachs-says-no-to-bsrc-in-uk/ . . .. . . .
Does this not beggar belief that such companies refuse to to be legally responsible to comply to abide with the rules of the country yet the London Stock Exchange allow such companies to be in a position manipulate their market.
Numis: ‘sell’ no-growth Man. Is this statement from Numis not b/atant disregard for Man's improved funds, especially the one Numis paid a lot of attention to in the past i.e. AHL. The additions Acquisitions of GLG, FRM, Numeric, Pine Grove, none of those are not making more money for Man Group.
This Numis statement is completely baseless and made to degrade the value and fund performances of a prosperous business. The London Stock Exchange clearly state that this kind of member activity is against their rules. WHAT are the LSE REGULATORS going to do about Numis.
As was GLG,(up just under 1%). Athough actual Official Estimated weekly figure not yet reported but I still reckon around $1.32 for AHL So, IMO, nothing to substantiate that fall in SP after 2pm nor the prevention of Man's share price from climbing way above 120p, (except the seemingly blatant mm accommodated fiddling of course).
phantom leak or insider information again. Difficult to tell what AHL will be until Monday's weekly figures are out later today as Man has changed its reporting format but I reckon AHL will still be around $1.32 but I hope your latest figures are more correct. (Still extremely good in the tumultuous circumstances). Hoping for better from GLG. If so price could really soar and out of reach of the current clutches of (GS or whoever), more so if whatnext's point is addressed and we get some genuine bod investments.. Still think that the laxity of the regulators has a lot to answer for, so bldy blatant as to what is happening over and over again
down its pulled, its Tuesday and results not out til after close, so the mice will play. For instance 2.11pm there was 9 buy trades at 120p, totaling 15,000 or so shares and the price never budged upwards. then one sell trade of 400 and the price strated to tumble, now mm's happy to be hauling down Man's SP again, 118.5p as I type.
So blatant yet I wonder if the regulators actually get paid.
Oh look its hit that 120 ceiling again. I looked at the trades this time, bit obvious really (fatlad correct again). Array of trades started to kick in at the 119.8 -120 band (almost 8x) oddly also that there were a dozen sells in a row at 119.8 and it went up, then a dozen buys in a row. It isn't even subtle which is the worrying thing.
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