Good morning from M20 The Div news is as refreshing as the sunshine. The news says this week Lloyd is applying to BoE . Two issues , the balance sheet has to be right and Mr Carney needs to agree with Lloy ( AHO) Is there a political wind force behind this? What is in it for AHO? Head hunters would be delight too apart from the share holders, Osborne will let a sigh of relief ! Lloyd almost certain to hit 75- 76 this week provided no major EU or US upset.IMHO Buy sell buy sell mantra holds till results at least GLA
does anyone think cos gov want to sell stake that stock could reach £1 plus all that cash being created by EU has to end up somewhere; lloyds to benefit in someway? is it worth a risk to get in now and hold for a rise on this basis?
you know i cant beleive that greece has got the nerve to negotiate it wasnt the germans who were not paying there taxes it wasnt the germans who spent there fortunes given by europe on women fancy cars and maney other corrupt things.Now they are crying so why should we pay for there stupitidy.Germans are 100 percent correct good on them
True, both sides will try to flex their muscles but they will be watched and pressured from outside forces!!Dragging their feet will frustrate other stake holders within and outside Europe!Osborne for example will be keen to see an end to the game to avoid potential contagion should Greek end up exiting. In short we are all in it together! How did the great Greeks end up in this mess ? Surely neither Putin nor Obama had a hand, in it or did they? GLA
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