I wonder if anyone knows the basis on which bonuses are paid by R. M.?
I am begining to worry whether some may benefit more from an increase in next yea's profits rather than from a steady increase in turnover and margins since 'day one'? An encouraging financial report wiithin about two weeks should provide some reasurance.
The will be considerable improvemenst in running costs and the imminentl start of incone from the sale or development of land and I don't thinkk that the proposed dividend can be under threat, howevert any increase may now be unlikely. My mail today included two catalogues and two letters which were alll franked by TNT.and so let us hope that there will be a quick deciseion regarding the price increases for delivery.
Sold some good shares to be in this at 505. Surely "Lord Froth" - aka Vince Cable - is headed for the Lords after his appointment with the select committee. Yet again the door has been kicked open to some thankful big traders. If it is allowed to dip much further it will be hat eating time for me. Good luck to all honest citizens and investors!!
Will def go threw that today if it can hold above that it would be a positive with a green day tommorow, hindsight a wonderful thing but just a thought did the government offer pensioner a protected saving account at fixed rate because most of the investors after the flotation would of bought for the div because the bank rate was so poor and all of this decline was around or just after the budget, I didn't pay too much attention as I'm not retired but it could have a bearing why money is coming from Royal Mail and going elsewhere, of course there are many other factors but every consideration must be explored as apart from profit warning and banking crisis I not seen such a decline on a footsie stock on bad news but not terrible news and there are a lot of positives about Royal Mail as well, let me know anyone on whether you heard anything for pensioners getting a Special savings account/isa/bond protected cheers
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