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Share Views Episode 10 - DAVID LENIGAS talks Gatwick Gusher and AAAP


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Member Since: Mon, 16th Nov 2009

Number of Share Chat Posts (all time): 7,920
Number of Share Chat Posts (last 30 days): 7

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30 Mar '16

Little bounce today due to yellens indication of less int rate hikes than expected with next hike possibly not till november however Brexit contagion will continue to have negitive impact for banks exposed to uk and our fkir is one of those banks i believe SP has strong chance of revisiting yearly Low at best and if uk citizens vote for brexit sharp fall for SP and other financials to be expected.
21 Mar '16

Best wishes for a full Recovery.
10 Mar '16

Could todays statement from Draghi be game changer as ECB wants to fund Domestic Banks WHO Lend to economy at reduced rates, with a stong uk and recovering irish economy our fkir surly to benefit from todays ECB action.
3 Mar '16

I actually believe oil price has bottomed and although a retest of recent lows or close is possible feel oil price at recovery stage question is will the Banks be prepared continue with funding and life support long enough to keep the wolves from the door.
3 Mar '16

Remember seeing this statement couple of years back as a shareholder sad to see whats happened to shareholders but not boc he will walk away with decent gold handshake.
3 Mar '16

At or above 0.28 resistance would be nice.
29 Feb '16

Interesting how the Yield with The irish ten year Bond has dropped from Late morning on even with election uncertainties.
24 Feb '16

Agree, hung dail followed by an announcement from FG-FF early next week stating they have found common ground and in best interest of Country to form coalition gov along with anointed indes.
24 Feb '16

Currently + 1.04% Looks like increased possibility with FG-FF "Grand coalition" gov calming the bears.
24 Feb '16

Tend to agree however i expect common sense to prevail and expect a FG-FF coalition gov to be formed i suspect both fg and ff are already conducting secret meetings to start negotiation process.


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