Let's call that 16-21 and it just gave the south side a reasonable test with the aid of the folks from Wilmington. There is also the matter of a little gap to be filled. Seems to be no shortage of eager buyers willing to face into the onslaught of Blackrock's selling either. On your PBT comment from earlier: - Do we know what % of PBT emits from the UK versus ROI? - Do we know to what degree the bank has hedged its GBP currency exposure? To do so would be routine I expect. A 30% hit to overall PBT sounds like it might be a stretch. If you don't have those numbers immediately to hand, no bother. I can dig them out of the reports. I know some of the cuter investors on these boards would have the banks KPIs memorised and down pat.
Some of the other more serious posters introduced themselves over the weekend while the children weren't around to muddy the waters.
Haven't posted in a while, long term holder of bkir averaging out at 28 (ouch). Good to see the .16 support still holding. Can definitely see the sp heading back towards support tomorrow for the more active of us. Considering averaging down soon, in the long term i can only see this heading one direction which seems to be the echo.
It really is surprising that questions are being asked why this SP is going up! The posts made in the past week, spoken positively of by the people now questioning the move upwards, explained exactly why this share was about to break on the upside. For the latest confirmation of the future direction look at what Draghi said today....tapering will happen from March 2017 at the latest....prescribed by the German investors. Brexit has little if anything to do with this share. As I noted previously stop worrying about your neighbour and buy into value.....on this one you will be left behind if you loiter. Blackrock's sale should be your buy!
Blackrock reduced holdings again on 20 Oct from 6.15% to 5.996%. Did it a few week's ago also. What is their game?Funny this time the SP has gone up 5.56% this afternoon. Probably back down tomorrow. Howth
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