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Share Price: 426.85Bid: 426.85Ask: 426.90Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Bp
Spread: 0.05Spread as %: 0.01%Open: 426.50High: 428.10Low: 421.60Yesterday’s Close: 426.85


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AlanG
Posts: 1,336
Answer
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:403.80
MrMan
28 Jun '16
I respect your point of view but I think you will find and I have talked over this point with local MP to me and the Barnett formula provides more for Scotland than any other ie Wales or Northern Ireland , MP,s have looked at amending the formula to offer more fairness but it's always been faught against by Scotland and who can blame them for looking after themselves.
If I am not mistaken Scotland receives £1600.00 per head of population Wales and Northern Ireland recieve circa £1000.00 if you ask any Welsh or Northern Ireland they always go on about how unfair it is Scotland receives more than they do and who can blame them trying to get the same deal as Scotland ?
Scotland also give free University education and free prescriptions I Truley feel these would be gone once Mrs Sturgeon gets her way and Scotland are using the Euro !!
Also Scotish MP,s can vote on all UK business in the UK Parlement but Welsh, Irish and English can't vote in the Scotland's Parlement .
All very interesting and fun times ahead but as previously stated I very much doubt any of us will be leaving Europe the referendum will be overridden .
Still our investment in BP is going great guns also RDS which are flying !!
Let's hope it keeps going North
Keep Smilling
 
MrMan
Posts: 1,810
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:403.80
RE: Referendum
28 Jun '16
Through the Barnett formula Scotland or any other Northern Area does not receive its fair share.
AlanG
Posts: 1,336
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:403.80
Referendum
28 Jun '16
Re the Brexit in my opinion even though I voted to leave we will still be a full member in 10 years time the politicians will keep kicking it about until it's forgotten and when you get the likes of Ken Clark saying the vote should be ignored what sort of democracy is that perhaps they are taking a page out of Robert Mugarb,s and Putins book if the result goes the wrong way ignore it , well we know where we stand when the general election comes around.
And as for the Sturgeon I think she is set on putting Scotland on skid roe !! Scotland receives much more per head than anyone else and how many UK goverment jobs are located in Scotland ? 5000 jobs at Fastlane navel base alone I hope she enjoys telling all these people why there jobs have gone . Fastlane could be moved to Tynside with very little trouble I am sure our Geordie friends would welcome 5,000 high paid , high skilled jobs .
And to finalise I did not like seeing England get beat last night and think the match should be re played until England win !!!
Keep Smilling
oilhearty
Posts: 29
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:404.55
slowly but surely
28 Jun '16
Really pleased for BP,and all us investors, and as if the divi wasn't allready great, it will be even better with the exchange rate, come september.
AlanG
Posts: 1,336
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:405.05
Pedrob
28 Jun '16
Where is Pedrob oh my I hope he did not short BP !!! And has now gone and harmed himself , I thought he would have been on here saying sorry to those he panicked into jumping ship and sorry to those he bismurched when £4.00 was predicted oh well that's life.
Best Of Luck To All Investors
Keep Smilling
Crystal_Balls
Posts: 37
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:406.00
RE: crystal balls
28 Jun '16
I think you're right!
MrMan
Posts: 1,810
Observation
Opinion:Buy
Price:405.85
Pound
28 Jun '16
The pound will never be the same again. I been in BP 6 years now. One of the factors i invested back them to track the dollar. Well its paying dividends now. Ofcouse i could not forsee anything like this.

Just a few months ago we were at lows never seen for 10 years and during oil spill. The SP has been so terrible over last 6 years but BP management done well. So this UP is welcoming especially because i expected much worse BREXIT fallout.

Now these politics who dont buy their own bread or milk, decide the will of people. So where do we go from here. The country is divided and nations too. NI want to join ROI. Scotland voted overwhelmingly to stay in EU thus want another referendum. I would be happy to pay the EU and not the UK then the EU at which has happened all these years. The barnett formula does not distribute monies evenly and something has to give. Scotland turned to those people that stole less from them than the UK. The majority of people voted in the same manner i believe. This is a crazy situation making which i hope " a mild recession". Now is the FTSE , CAC and DAX bouncing because BREXIT is going to take some time ?

One thing i am deadly sure. Osborne has to go. Hes bad business for the UK and has been since day
martin21
Posts: 88
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:403.85
on the p i ss
28 Jun '16
I think BP has been on the beer, I havent seen her so happy for a long time. May she continue her rise. :-)
corlis38
Posts: 1,665
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:403.05
crystal balls
28 Jun '16
stay clear of banks for a month or so.
corlis38
Posts: 1,665
Off Topic
Opinion:Hold
Price:402.90
well done
28 Jun '16
to all those who held their nerve here.




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