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Member Since: Wed, 6th May 2009

Number of Share Chat Posts (all time): 1,249
Number of Share Chat Posts (last 30 days): 25

Last Posted: Today 16:20

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Today 16:20

Stagecoach, I do not think people were feeling sorry for JO. However, they were feeling sorry for the 1300 (mainly young) people who have just lost their jobs as a result of the failure. Most of them will no doubt be plodding up and down our streets in Deliveroo garb in the next few months as they join the so called gig economy.
Today 15:48

Narrow minded
Take your pick, all of these crop up on a regular basis, plus the abuse
Today 12:37

farewell then.
Mr Oliver
Chef and "bloke"
your food was "pukka".
But perhaps,
a tad too expensive?

EJ Thribb (17 1/2)
Today 12:24

Yes the ST may have been optimistic at £500M as numbers from the Sunday Telegraph 19th May are predicted to be considerably worse "Analysts expect the former state postal monopoly to report underlying pre-tax profits of £342m on Wednesday, down 40pc on last year, as it continues to battle a plunge in letter volumes and higher costs in its European parcels arm GLS."
Today 12:07

Well the Sunday Times comment in the business section said Rico would unveil a "truly dreadful" set of figures Wednesday, so either this sell off is an overreaction or there could be worse to come? A pure gamble IMHO and as I am not a day trader I will sit tight and keep well out for now.
Mon 16:49

Ian Cowie had a little piece in the Torygraph Sat saying he has seen his "safe" stake in VOD, which he bought for income, decline precipitously. However, he is sticking with it rather than selling out. I am doing the same.
Mon 16:42

The lack of personnel with university degrees in banking tells you far more about banking that it does about Universities. Try curing Cancer or inventing a new method for gene editing or something else useful and then see how far you get with no A levels. T**ts
Mon 14:49

Mickleover then UTT? Derby Brewing Co is OK, but better beer round the corner from their Derby Tap in the Exeter Arms (Ay up me Duck by Dancing Duck Brewery) or the good old Brunswick (White Feather, their own brew). More bothered about the bank branches going though. Will be down in Burnaston this weekend, so Etwall pubs for me (Blenheim and Hawk & Buckle)
Thu 15:30

RE holdings by pension funds. These do not appear to be big holders the main institutions holding NG. stock are:
Capital Research & Management Co. (Global Investors) 143.95m 4.22%
BlackRock Investment Management (UK) Ltd. 128.24m 3.76%
BlackRock Fund Advisors 100.67m 2.95%
Legal & General Investment Management Ltd. 96.42m 2.83%
Norges Bank Investment Management 92.20m 2.70%
The Vanguard Group, Inc. 90.39m 2.65%
The Caisse de placement du Qubec 63.07m 1.85%
Standard Life Investments Ltd. 49.71m 1.46%
Lazard Asset Management Pacific Co. 44.76m 1.31%
Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (Investment Management) 43.83m 1.29%

I cannot see the labour party shedding many tears over losses by this lot!
Wed 12:23

British Steel has said it is seeking further financial support from the government to help it address "Brexit-related issues". It follows reports the company needs a loan of up to £75m to keep trading in the coming months.

Oh bugger that is another £75 mil that will not be going to fund the NHS when we leave the EU. Add that to the £33M already paid out in Ferry contract damages (with more lawsuits likely) and the additional £56M involved in either terminating or extending said contracts and we are up to a staggering £164M on Brexit-related transport issues alone. Yes its going really well and it was all supposed to be so simples.
10 May '19

So what! This is a single issue election and I will vote for whoever I think has the highest chance of stopping a hard Brexit in my geographical area. Many Tories will vote for the Brexit party on the same basis, but will probably never vote for them ever again. As for the paper tiger that is Farago, he will disappear from the political stage as soon as the EU elections are over.
9 May '19

I have a great idea for promoting the Brexit party! After a long session in the pub Nigel could get into a small light aircraft piloted by a "mate" and tow a large banner extolling the virtues of voting for him over rural Britain. a vote winner for sure!
8 May '19

Nice to get a Trump-inspired drop on the days when the dividend is reinvested. Does not happen often :-)
3 May '19

Like most people I vote differently in local and national elections. Locally I have voted Lib Dem for years as our man (unlike the dismal Labour drones and offensive Conservatives) actually works very hard, responds to needs of the local community and actually effects change for the good. Nationally, I will not be voting for Corbyn as voting Labour in a GE here is basically a wasted vote (as is voting Tory). So I will be weighing up who is best aligned with my views and beliefs and may make the biggest impact nationally.
3 May '19

Sting69: When since mid Sept 2017 has "being out" of UKOG over a long weekend made any difference to any investor and why would that not be the case now?
3 May '19

Don't you lot know when you are being wound up big time? Member since 30th April and 9 posts all on RMG and all designed to get peoples backs up. Just filter/ignore.
1 May '19

Biggest purchase on 1st May by Pascal Soriat CEO who purchased 17.100 ordinary shares at £58.255. I know a £100K is relatively small beer for someone on his salary, but nice to see the confidence he has in AZN non the less.
30 Apr '19

figures at 19 year low and best since the financial crash of 2008. Euro up on news. German inflation figures which are due later this week may dampen the response though.

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