Yes unfortunately I did sell out your correct I tried to buy £100k worth at 81.5 before election day as I belived cons would win, my broker messed up and didn't have the autherisation to make the trade even though money was there ! was very angry indeed. However Ive been with LLOY for over 10 years now having been in the rights issues etc etc, I strongly belive we will be over a quid but just not yet, LLOY has an amzing trading pattern if you can get it right 86.5-88.25 is already proving to be one, but I am absolutely confident I will get low 80's NOT high 70's. If I don't which I very much dowt then I will buy on the dip around 87 after a charge past 90. Best of luck but with greek uncertainty's and the scots (been brushed aside for the moment), and EU ref, being in a position to buy back in is a comfortable one to be in
Yes,indeed I do recall British Leyland in the form of Dereck Robinson..alias Red Robbo standing on his soap box,as shop steward and urging the workers to strike. There was a scandal too that involved the Labour Party under Callaghan and bribes to the Middle East. I googled it and here's the strange story http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2006/jan/24/uk.past
Wids..I wonder why he did that..?...seemed to have everything going for him. Pretty poor form on the part of the tourists. The last thing I'd be doing was recording the event on a mobile ..no doubt they did it with instant distribution in mind. I prefer the age I grew up in..Compared to then..the 50's & 60's today's standards,generally, are pretty dismal.
Do you recall the British Leyland Motor Corporation? Back in the 1970s they were asked by the BBC if they had a slush fund for dealing with Middle East markets. They sniffily replied they did not. I commented at the time it was hardly surprising they were doing very little business there.
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