Worth a listen to Friday's Q1 webcast - better than many before imo Impressed by the speed of flexing capacity as consumer preferences change without compromising margins Clearly hoping for a late booking surge and as availability diminishes for Spain and Med opportunity to increase margins No mention of Fosun however which I had expected
Like your observation Harry. You might like this quote. "China is important but not as important as it's going to be in 2 years time". George Magnus ( Economist, China expert, OU) in discussion with Danny Gaber, Fathom Consulting ex Bank of England. Interesting debate R4 Today Prog about 2.45 mins in. Worth a listen. More insightful than men in red braces. Good luck.
Tcg should get out of this "penny" share,consolidate and make it 1 for 5 at least. It is to easy for the people in red braces to purchase/loan vast numbers of shares to make it worth while buying,then selling on short spurts Yesterday`s trading again proved this,The sudden lift in the morning probably sucked in hundreds of PI`s,only to have their shares devalued in no time at all. The same happened in the afternoon. Do it tcg,and this might just give the share a chance to rise,risking five times more money might just curb their constant attacks on this share.
..was my hope and we may have cracked it. Against the general drift this is encouraging. The 70s might have been a very bad dream. Santa Anna must have sold a bit too early. Get off your caffeine habit
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