Now that the grammar purist have gone, buggered off, and forgotten in my self indulgent opinion, hopefully forever, a LSE and other bulletin board issue. PINN continues to lack cred and corporate institutional interest, apart from respected lord Mr DJ CBE. There is an investment agenda here from third parties but has not yet been positively reflected by the "city". A waiting poker game is being played out by corporate big players. My opinion is to buy ahead of substantial corporate activity resulting in an upside in shareholder value. I hope that makes sense to the vast majority of PINN watchers to the exclusion of the petty minded minority here, Rudi are you listening, an in joke ?
Looks like Sir David Jones knows a thing or two about the stock market, and "as the Chief Executive of UK retailer Next, David Jones increased the company's worth from £25m to a staggering £3.5 billion"
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