28th October is the day to remember It is only 74 days away
Whilst we all post wishful thinking and yes I too would like the share price to be £1 along with one or two others The reality is It's a waiting game and patience is the key word
There is a set of actions that are already in place and until these happen, and they will happen in due course the share price will hover around the 75p mark
Once the actions happen we will see a rise but be cautioned it will not be double digits rises, why should it We all know the skeletons are almost all out of the cupboard and that economic indicators are getting better So I believe it is a case of sit back and enjoy the ride and as our dear Pauline says and take the odd trade when you can " We are here for the journey " Too wet to cut the grass today but not the less every day above ground or out of the flames is a good day
Welcome to another busy day for traders. Personally I am pleased with Mr Osborne for the bold decision to scrap the plan for a Public offer. One expert had this to say: David Buik, of Panmure Gordon, said: ‘The Government wants to protect retail investors and I accept that. ‘But they shouldn’t think they’ll get a better deal by going to institutional investors who are hard as nails and will bypass any offer if there are fierce geopolitical problems in the air.’ Well I agree with David Buik but once the Dividend starts flowing the Institutional Investors are likely to take a different view for obvious reason.Like many of us here HMG needs to play the waiting game and either delay the sale by 12 to 18 months or sell not more than 10% every 3 months of what is left.That way any risk can be reduced.What is even more important is for HMG to come out with a firm decision and let the market know of it sooner the better. Thank you Mr Osborne GLA
Repossessions slide to lowest since crisis ahead of rate hike: The lowest number of homes were repossessed in the first half of 2014 than in any six month period since 2006, according to figures released yesterday.
dear mr Zoros what is there not to like about the Tories and Lib Dems.........................was invited to check out my local food bank...almost drowned in the tears of despair of women trying to feed there kids on fresh air and the tears of joy at the supermarket left overs that they clutched as if bars of gold. and all the single people now living under bushes in parks because of a bedroom tax . The sheer despair on there faces watching them trail into a park to sleep when 6 months ago they had decent lives and a roof over there heads Will the Tories have built a million new single room flats before winter sets in for them.
Whats is there NOT to like well Ive been hungry homeless and skint and until you have walked that route dont tell me or them about taxes inflation banks or unions... and you cant eat Faith no matter where it comes from....
C'mon - perleeeze..think carefully of what you say: As long as Milipede and Ed Bells are front runners for the Laborious party - it has NO chance of winning anything. You know that and most of the free world knows that. The Labour party have about 2 to 3 months to get rid of these two if they seriously wish to contend the leadership. It will take atleast 6 months run up to pass a replacement leader and side kick off as plausible, won't it? And the clock is ticking. Presently HMG can't do anything wrong. Inflation under control, Interest rates under control, unemployment under control, unions under control, tax under control, BANKS under control. What is there NOT to like? IF HMG hangs in there this time next year - this stock will be stratospheric. EVERYONE will want a piece of the "perfect" bank. Safe, transparent, steady...money making machine. Gotta have faith....................................
like him or not Ed has got his feet under the table at number 10. its his to lose. just say little and let the Tories hang them selves, and as for showing your arse in Burtons window, I think you are selling yourself cheap...try John Lewis.
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