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Member Since: Mon, 11th Oct 2010

Number of Share Chat Posts (all time): 13,515
Number of Share Chat Posts (last 30 days): 2

Last Posted: Mon 09:44


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Mon 09:44


hope so...more often than not these profit warnings seem to be over done! It's a company I have invested in in the past and more recently, thankfully taking a little profit last week and back in again today...always good to see someone like yourself on board!..lol....hope everything else is good with you
12 Nov '14


Is 360 history?...how long have you been in this game? .... And doesn't history usually repeat itself, or is that just you after dinner!!!...lol..hope all is well with you
14 Sep '14


Chasing a bit of skirt? How does that work? Please enlighten me? Lol do you cut a bit off skirt off?..throw it as far as you can, then run after it?..is that a Southern game?...lol ..
9 Sep '14


has your ship not come in yet! Dry Docks again eh! Hope you are getting all this sunshine, be interesting to see which way the vote goes...top of the league?..no chance but 2nd atm, but a long way to go yet ! take care and atb
7 Sep '14


Britain has for the first time waded in to BP’s legal battle over payouts for the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, saying US court rulings against the energy group raise “grave international comity concerns”.

In a filing to the US Supreme Court, the UK government said BP had “gone to great lengths to restore the gulf coast”, but was being forced to pay large sums to individuals and businesses who were not affected by the spill.

It warned that the courts’ treatment of BP undermined confidence in fairly resolving disputes in the US and the “trust necessary for international commerce”.

The UK’s arguments have been echoed in filings from business groups, warning that rulings against BP could hurt businesses and consumers and make the US a less attractive place to invest.

The intervention comes on the heels of protests from France over an $8.9bn fine levied against BNP, the French bank, which fuelled European concerns about US “extraterritoriality”, or the principle of US authorities extending their reach to foreign companies.

The BP filings, known as “amicus briefs”, are intended to help persuade the Supreme Court to hear a case that could limit the compensation that BP is forced to pay.


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