If there is anything positive in the Budget for oilcos there should at least be an RNS to the effect of same on the company. Then we have the intrigue around the next tranche of warrants, though at the current sp most likely a repeat of what happened in June.
We must sometimes accept our own roll in the movement of a stock. It's easy to blame seedy ramping share pushers and shorting hedge funds for the ups and downs but harder to acknowledge we play an imortant part too because of our natural greed and fear 'instincts'. Companies themselves are not entirely guiltless in this respect. Alarm bells should ring if you see posters establishing an inappropriate relationship with directors that goes beyond the reasonable as this clouds objectivity markedly.
of the rampers who abandoned here after being mauled by HB & CC is getting a similar pasting on ii @09:49 ...again. Still promotion went to another who cannot put up a legible sentence & spends his days @ the 'Crazy Golf' attraction
"LONDON--Oil prices slid on Friday on concerns over the resilient U.S. crude production and a deal between Iran and the West that could unlock millions of barrels of crude on to the oversupplied world market. "
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