I am a novice to these markets, but, I do run a successful Co (otherwise I would not gambling on here) What I see emerging and I am happy for the more knowledged among you to comment, but, now we are at the latter end of the issues and problems and I believe seeing a glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel? Dont you feel it UNUSAL why the SP is hovering between 0.85 and 1.05 after to being so much higher ? with far more issues and problems to sort out ? My take is that there is a VERY LOW KEY TAKEOVER already HAPPENING and ONLY when they have most of the required shares? Will the takeover come out into the open, otherwise the SP will ROCKET UP and to quickly? Thus this way will NOT COST then ANYWHERE NEAR AS MUCH, as if they announce good news FAR EARLIER ? As quite simply this would then COST them, FAR MORE? Because WHOEVER it is who is after GKP will want it AS CHEAP AS POSS - YOU MARK MY WORDS ! Im now thinking Double money at best (£3.00 ish) to satisfy the wrath of all the PI's - This is my uneducated guess ? IMHO
No problem at all with what NW is doing - should have done it for three years now to be honest. Would definitely have been on top most days with that method. Only problem is if you get something like OG agreement or the like and you could be on a loser big time. I'lll wait now.............
Isn't DB support on the bond market rather than the equity market? My reading was that it was there to iron out volatility - possibly given that there are two different bonds here on very different terms so could cause volatility between the two (even though they will of course trade separately)?
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