I meant that is what JCB's are being used for now, well at least in my village - they have had a go at a natwest one a while back but i think it ran out of diesel before they could finish the job. Just can't rely on the farmers around here to keep their diggers full of fuel.
Calisto: Well said.If we are moving to a cashless society, the Hole in the wall also called Cash point will no longer be needed and JCB can get busy lifting them one by one ! job not big enough to lift the JCB share price! GL
Now that the process of selling the Branches is well and truly underway, the regulator should feel satisfied to allow LLOY to pay a dividend.That is an added attraction for buying LLOY and for the SP to move North. I think and hope that the next lot of HMG sale will be above 80p GL
They won't be £300 million richer though will they. They have written down £1600 million already by preparing TSB for market. They need to claw it back. That is why I like what they are doing - selling it off bit by bit. They should get much much more than if they had succeeded in selling to The Co-Op for £750 million!!!!!! Crikey the mind boggles if the ex (drug taking slob) boss of the co-op hadn't been outed and was now running a 'stable' high street bank like TSB Aaaaaargh!
IMHO HMG sale is the main if not the only immediate or the short term risk factor for LLOY.Once the 25% TSB is sold the next lot would be easier to sell , at least I hope so.On 20 th June LLOY would be some £300 million richer. GLA
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