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Share Price: 33.00Bid: 32.50Ask: 32.75Change: -1.50 (-4.35%)Faller - Rockhopper
Spread: 0.25Spread as %: 0.77%Open: 35.00High: 36.25Low: 32.50Yesterday’s Close: 34.50


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Giblets
Posts: 63
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Price:35.50
RE: after leaving the EU
Today 15:41
What a load of tripe!
 
Gatsbytoday
Posts: 159
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Price:35.50
after leaving the EU
Today 15:25
Argentina will take back the Falkland islands from England the same way Spain is taking Gibraltar.
Uncertainty will drag the RKH's price down every day.
eegbvi
Posts: 5,608
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Price:35.50
Interesting
Today 14:28
Angela Merkel has apparently just told her
Governing Board the markets think the EU is
no longer governable. First EU cracks starting to appear. ?? Mr Juncker will no
doubt disagree.
eegbvi
Posts: 5,608
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Price:35.50
Brent
Today 14:03
Steady at about $48 awaiting the next EIA
numbers on Wednesday. The RKH SP being
pushed down by persistent small sellers
who haven't yet worked out that all RKH
assets including cash are in US Dollars indeed even the income also is. On that basis
the NAV has risen about 10% due to Brexit.
But market still in panic mode.
bobsnest
Posts: 19
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:34.00
Stewart MacDonald this Thursday
Today 13:16
Stewart MacDonald at the Shares evening on Thursday. http://www.sharesmagazine.co.uk/events
eegbvi
Posts: 5,608
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Price:35.50
Voted Remain
Today 13:16
PKOK that vote was screwed by London and
SE wanting to stay in purely for jobs and in
particular house prices likely to drop 30%
there and the north of England which voted out purely on anti immigration as portrayed by UKIP while dozy Jeremy sat on his hands
without explaining to northern labour voters
what it was all about. I suspect Parliament
will try to overturn what was clearly a screwed vote. As I am in Bahrain I didn't vote
btw. Now its all about Juncker and pals
keeping their snouts in the Brussels trough.
I think UK should keep them sweating.
falklandinvestor
Posts: 322
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Price:35.50
British Turkeys "Brexit" for xmas.
Today 13:10
==Whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap===
""Only the English could colonies half the world and then leave the EU
cos there are too many Foreigners in it ! and thus the sun sets on the
Britain, as we retreat into our castle behind our mote, and rebuild
Hadrian's wall, RIP British Empire, Imo, The Result was entirely predictable
and predicted result. I Have no sympathy for voters who inflicted this wound
on themselves. As a pensioner, I have voted for IN, I feel Vindicated, but this
is a little or no comfort. To paraphrase the Roman historian "They made a
desert and they called it ~Take back Control~". Now let's see if taking control
means we can do something about our abysmally low productivity (lowest in Europe)
and the functional literacy and innumeracy of so many U.K. school leavers.""
Rollonsummer
Posts: 107
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Price:35.50
Don't Panic
Today 12:56
People not a loss till you sell things will come right if you live long enough stop looking at the shares then you won't be sick remember health before wealth it's no good to you in a coffin .HOLD ON.
peekayokay
Posts: 402
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Price:35.50
I voted remain
Today 12:34
for the simple reason I have hard earned money, a private pension pot and a stockholder in an eclectic mix of oil and banking stock.I considered selling all last week and buying gold or dollars as temporary safe haven until the wind blew over but decided to stick and wait out the panic and uncertainty however the result went. In hind sight I should have sold, but there are many in my position who must have thought the same and did nothing.
The ripples going through the markets worldwide are expected by our vote to leave and more so for European Union and markets as this uncertainty is focused on their inability to have done more to prevent it. The obvious knee jerk reaction from the EU is to kick the UK in the nuts and prevent this contagion spreading to other countries who also question their own identity or ability to control the self serving Brussels luxury gravy train and thus lead to empty office space without a UK benefactor to support it. Germany and Merkel seem to be on the same page for now as she see's the collapse of their economy without it's strongest member and trust me she will work as hard as possible to give 'us' the best possible leave conditions - similar to all we have now but without the red tape. Project Europe as it stands is a failure and needs to be re-jigged as a unified trading market as originally set up and not a political union. Until this mantra of ' trade is more important than politics' is accepted we can't move forward. The people of the UK have voted for independence in a trading environment bereft of red tape that strangles it and I have accepted their choice.
eegbvi
Posts: 5,608
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Price:35.50
Brent
Today 10:39
Up slightly so far today as analysts realise that oil prices are completely divorced from
Brexit. Oil trade goes on as usual




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