Prefer a nice lobster myself :) Does make you wonder, if so many are looking to buy in at a certain level and there are funds trying to close shorts close possibly IIs adding to their positions (possibly Suttie as well), then would it be to their advantage to let it drop to a level where everyone else will be piling in (including PIs)? One reason I am always happy to buy a little higher and have had some nice bounces that never quite got to the target levels that the charts would suggest (have also missed out on some when I have been too rigid with my buy target!).
In interim audio they flagged that auditors wanted to add a matter of emphasis statement. That is reason risk upgrade. You forget that farming out 25per cent of etinde solves all finance issues. And fid converting resources to reserves allows for many other sources of finance to be accesses. Xel rook out a short term rbl debt facility at 14 per cent.
I would say that is another good sign, if HSBC increase the risk is because want PI either not to buy or to sell so they can buy. Do the opposite of what hsbc, Goldman sucks .....And other financial or better criminal organisation suggest and you will be a winner :-)
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