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How is it that the millions of shares bought or sold at 16.35 each day never affect the following day's price. Anybody any idea who is doing this -- in the last 2 days 20 million shares were bought at 16.35.
What will be the cost of making OR a wholly owned subsidiary? And how long will it take?
There will be new IT systems, updates to existing IT infrastructures, data centres, and much more.
Maybe £2, 3, 4, 5 Bn ? and internally separating OR originally took 7 years or so ...
Who will be paying? Hopefully not BT. As it will be an OFCOM enforced change then the costs should be passed to OR as an operating expense which will result in prices going up to cover it. And… Read More
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