Well what a funny day so far We are down another 1.8% and for what reason other than sentiment The FTSE is down 26 points but not too catastrophic
Do we think there is another sell off coming Will the board exercise the motion that was passed a while back to buy back shares This might suit the gov since they want to unload their remaining 25% If only we had WL back She worked as a tea lady on the 7th floor at Gresham St And did a partime stint on the carpark in the basement
I still think she made a belting cuppa
But just checked out my investment went down by nearly £10K in the last four or five days not to worry though Its only money
This thing is the best bank in the UK, however it was just sold a dummy by Gordon Brown although I am sure Mr Blair knew a lot more than Gordon when he handed over. A bit too convenient for my liking. However AHO, IMO, has the strategy which will gain shareholder value. It is not a case of buy backs to get rid of HMG but get the DIVIs going and the big pension boys will return. Then buy back is therefore facilitated. But it could take time. I am not convinced we will see DIVIs this year but next. The price will go up.... I bought in at 47 so I can ride it. Once the divis are agreed then light the rocket paper. Cheers.
If you are referring to Antonio......I do not agree .... but quite apart from that even if you were partly true,which you are not,there are a more CEOs ,Chair persons etc far worse clinging to various gravy trains,and have been for years.
based on a bit of rest or a pull back whatever you want to call it. Look we all know the markets are at an all time High so its understandable we will have a few pullbacks so when we reach 80 odd we get a bit of a pull back when were under the 75p range along comes the sugar cubes after a bit of rest ok we may see a bit lower but we all know the 80p will be on the table in a few weeks figs out in a month Gov looking to offload another tranche Divi coming soon The Economy,positive housing market come on the list is endless nevermind all the middle east and ukraine nonsense
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