$1.2855 (2.1% on week). So who is continuing to prevent SP from rising, is it GS. JPM? Whoever it is should be told to make a bid or put up. Not right that Man's SP is continually pulled down by shorters just so that a sneaky t/o can be performed. AIMO.
AHL still in recovery up anoth0.5%
1.2855 0.5% 2.1%
RE: After a turbulent few days AHL
We're stuck in this trading range currently....hopefully , a positive q3 in October will push us past resistance. After all, they did say that they had soft closed an AHL fund to new money due to unprecedented demand.
After a turbulent few days AHL
climbs back up in hwm $1.2785 with a 1.5% rise yesterday. Building on from what Barclays have said. With this continued strength in AHL and improvement in GLG Flagship funds, (up again last week), EMG should cetainly put another 30p towards the EMG 153p share price as touted a few weeks ago in a post by ll Editor (lll) http://www.iii.co.uk/news-opinion/trends-and-targets/trends-and-targets-8072014 on July 7th 2014.
12 Sep '14
has been improving over the past 4 weeks and last weeks figures show improvement of the 8 Flagship funds of 8%, 9%, 11%, 14%, 41%, 50%, and two over 100%. Seeing as the dividend is based on performances, if AHL & GLG keep this up then surely the next dividend will be up considerable.
11 Sep '14
AHL stems the tide $ 1.2818
To just a blip, £ recovering against all major currencies so AHL ought to continue its rise today? One thing about the shorting is what is stopping undesirables getting quick easy money out of the market. The types that would certainly not go long. Are there any safeguards?
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