seanhunter:Agree. Bought some this am , now sitting on a tidy loss!!! Best to sit on it at least till the end of the trading week. Dow futures is 121 points down.
Someone wanted to start a competition for end of 2016 SP forecast. I thought Meerkat was doing it already. Perhaps someone should start a weekly competition to make this thing bit more interesting. My take for the end of the week price is 64.89 ;a wild guess nothing scientific !!!
Sean Hunter is perplexed - all this talk of the global economy, the Dow dragging us down.... well the Dow was up almost 400 points on Friday and we still have this fall today. Sometimes you just can't win.
Time to put these shares away in a drawer... for 3 weeks.
Lloyds Banking Group PLC ORD (LON:LLOY) had its stock rating reiterated as ‘Buy’ in a report released by analysts at Jefferies International.
Jefferies International today set a target price of 101 on the company’s stock. According to the analyst this now indicates there is a potential increase of 54.29% from Lloyds Banking Group PLC ORD’s current price of 65.46.
This is an area of major uncertainty for the markets.It is more than likely that AHO and team would put out statements supporting the MHG stance whichever way they go
Mr C seems to be working under some strain. He knows too well the possible repurcussions of both options. Walking tight rope is something only few politicians enjoy.Yes some turbulent times are likely GLA
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