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Share Price: 50.00Bid: 47.00Ask: 53.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Zoltav Res
Spread: 6.00Spread as %: 12.77%Open: 49.50High: 50.00Low: 49.50Yesterday’s Close: 50.00


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Chiel
12 Dec '14
Sums up Abbott as a plonker. Never mind how much western media demonises Putin, the man fights for his country. Not like the anti British leaders we have. I was reading an article where I googled, Jim Rickards Russia oil, it was the second piece down called money morning a 25 year depression I think. A seriously good bit of market info.
 
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12 Dec '14
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limited re Sunday post
12 Dec '14
Good summary of the actions that have led to the perilous position the West is in now, not just the UK. Incidentally I wondered myself about 'Brown's Bottom' - clever people can lack commonsense and do silly things but is he really that stupid or....
I am a great admirer of Putin - a true Russian patriot who puts his own country first - and had a good laugh at a montage somebody posted on Twitter of Abbott NOT shirtfronting him after all his bluster. You'll find it on this page - http://rt.com/news/213291-shirtfront-abbott-word-year/
Hilarious. By the way I am in Thailand just now and thought it might be a good time to buy some Russian currency but the spread is incredible so didn't bother. Looks like the banks are happy to take rubles but not so happy to sell as there was a spread of OVER FORTY PER CENT between buying and selling prices.
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Brutally
10 Dec '14
down today
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Greece
10 Dec '14
Had it's biggest ever stock market collapse today.
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Belgium
9 Dec '14
Asks for gold back. Is the EU doomed.
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Putin
8 Dec '14
Visiting India this week, another gas pipeline to India is being discussed. There's only so much gas to go around. Good job we own 2 large areas full of gas that's already in commercial production.
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west siberia
7 Dec '14
Temp is well below -10° , operating conditions are now fully met.
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Chiel
7 Dec '14
Max is entertaining and has some good guests. Soros, is a bad one. Convenient that we pegged sterling to the Deutchmark and he cleaned up. Then Gordon sold 400 tonnes of our gold at basement price. I wonder who bought that. Gold, rose up not long after. Soros was involved in the breakdown of Yugoslavia.
Throughout the world, banks sold mortgages and loans to the wrong people. These banks should have gone bust, yet again our politicians used our money to bail them out, very convenient again.
Now many countries are heavily indebted to certain groups. Gordon again played a major part in this, very convenient.
Now, collectively all these indebted countries play to the tune of these particular groups that control the policy of the US. Very convenient.
Now Soros and friends are behind the Ukranian coup. The main target is Putin and the break up of Russia. This group is now very well financed thanks to certain multi government friends in the west. With their populations, who had no obligations to the banks, now and for a long time in the future going to suffer from austerity and a national wealth sell off. Now you know why the police have been militarised.
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Re:Rouble
5 Dec '14
with so much money printed ad hoc and ECB embarking on another quantitative easing from January ( rather for sure then maybe ) they can attack anything . In case of Rouble the action maybe more concerted .Soros is kind of cliché now but I would no ruled out top officials here from western countries.





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