NM, like you, I am bewildered by this guy's most recent output. Firstly, why the suggestion that he now has information that has caused him to consider a backtrack based on his interpretation of a 'white flag'? why does he assume that GKP has placed itself up for sale when the RNS states that it could simply an asset sale. Hardly a white flag in that case since AB, for example, has been available for years. Surely, he must have had very good reasons to volte-face. After all, he must have realised it would seriously dent his future credibility. It doesn't quite add up as if there is a piece missing. Will he change his mind again after the upcoming meeting with JG, one wonders?
Chandley-1976 Certainly some truths in it on fundamentals and market conditions - but Shaikan's a unique asset in short supply (a house isn't) and it would be a advantageous purchase for a number of majors = high demand. Sure, we'd get higher bids if the oil price was $100 and region was stable, but for the article to talk about 50p a share and struggling for buyer interest...
Spot on Duffy. well he successful made me bite and subsequently increased my posts, maybe if I now go and post another 425 time in the nest 30 across a number of irrelevant boards he'd take me more seriously.
Anyway enough of all this, I think like you Duffy we know who the genuine people are and we don't need our local Neighbourhood watch to look after us. Head down and hope this company comes right in due course. I am sure it will. Good luck to all the true LTH
Kurdistan announce the arrival of 250 billion dinars from Baghdad and is preparing to pay salaries next week
Long-Presse / Sulaymaniyah The Central Bank announced in Kurdistan region of Iraq, Thursday, arrived about 250 billion dinars from the central government to Arbil, while the Ministry of Finance in the region confirmed that the employees' salaries will be distributed early next week. He said the central bank director in Kurdistan Adham Khurshid in a newspaper quoted statements and media Kurdish and vassal (range Press), "The amount of 250 billion dinars, arrived this afternoon from the central government to Arbil," noting that "the amount will be transferred to the Central Bank ".
For his part, said a spokesman for the Ministry of Finance and Economy in the Kurdistan Regional Government, Ahmed Abdel Rahman, said that "upon the arrival of the amount we will distribute ministries and institutions that did not receive one month's salary in December last salaries."
Abdul Rahman said that "it is scheduled to resume the distribution of salaries process starting from the beginning of next week."
The head of the Kurdistan Regional Government, Barzani said, in the 23 February 2015, he brought with him from Turkey during the recent visit of $ 500 million to pay the salaries of the staff of the Kurdistan region.
The head of the Kurdistan Regional Government, Barzani revealed, in the (February 16, 2015), for the Baghdad to pay salaries to its employees every 40 days, and confirmed that the central government "bankrupt" and undergoing a financial crisis, and said that the right of the region cut off oil exports in the event of non-receipt of allowances agreed, as pointed out that the agreement provides for sending more than one trillion dinars from Baghdad to Arbil.
The head of the Iraqi Council of Ministers Haider Abadi stressed, in the (February 16, 2015), that Iraq faces many challenges including the decline in oil prices and their impact on the budget and the security challenge, and stressed the need for concerted efforts to liberate the city of Mosul and the rest areas in coordination between Baghdad and Erbil, and as pointed out that the government is committed to resolving the problems with the Kurdistan region in accordance with the Constitution, the President of the Kurdistan Regional Government Nechirvan Barzani stressed the keenness of the region to communicate with Baghdad to solve all the problems.
The head of the Kurdistan Regional Government Nechirvan Barzani, in (January 28, 2015), that there is a misunderstanding with the central government on the export of oil, and pointed out that the region will not issue more than the agreed amount, and as pointed out that Kurdistan is facing the biggest financial problem, he stressed that the government is obliged to take special measures to address them.
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Well put, Fascinated. 500+ posts is an awful lot. I think most here are adults and can read/ignore what they wish. Self-appointed Neighbourhood Watchers generally getting themselves all steamed up for no good reason. Maybe they just aren't comfortable with people having a different point of view.
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