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Most of the people i work with are working from home , and most of my kids , i few of my friends are closing their offices , just dont need them now , we have zoom . we could halve the pollution problem . this is a massive oppurtunity to reset society but are we too fickle and greedy .
we could give our spare cash that we invest to worthy charities :)
I think it will inevitably change society - its just too early to tell how. My main guess would be that, although the office wont go away completely, working 2 or 3 days from home will become the norm for many industries, companies will realise they can save property costs and employees will just demand it. Certainly my major name UK employer doesn't seem in any rush to bring people back. I think its also going to hasten the end of the high street - which will move from retail to a entertainment/food and housing mix. More fundamentally I wonder if it will change our obsession with economic growth and GDP as the benchmark of national success.
I was at Liverpool station for the last 2 weekends and no one was there , and i went on Thursday , it was the same .
it was eery , this covid is around for a couple of years i think , Theatre/Music have no over choice but to film , of course there are other companies to film but we are sitting well here , as Bonker posted the madness of a drive in show ?? it dont stack up financially and into winter ?? what sort of business meeting are they having to come up with that gem !!
Too early to tell. August is still the traditional month for holidays. I am going in tomorrow, will see for myself as well. One thing to remember: London has survived worst - b*mbings by both Luftwaffe and the IRA, plagues, fogs, flooding, recessions, urban decay. Covid 19 will pass as it should.
you do wonder if this is perhaps a seminal moment in society,s history ,perhaps more significant and more permanent than has yet been appreciated.most of us (including me) have i think assumed that eventually things will return to "normal",although we may have our different views as to time scales.but now i begin to wonder.been looking a photo this morning of a deserted liverpool street station( heart of the city). too early to tell but food for thought.
More grim news from the theatre business. @bectu reporting that redundancies and layoffs have jumped from 3000 to 5000 in a month. 2700 of these in London and West End. All the major regional venues reporting redundancy proceedings.
agreed albert its no big deal really,but aim does tend to exaggerate the effects of individual news items etc.tbh i struggle a bit with some of the logic today.not taking issue with anybody but i would have thought that if i had an option which meant it was my last chance to buy something for 1.2p which was currently worth 4p or 3p or even 2p i would buy it, i exercise the option and then if i thought the share was going down i would sell them.so for me,even someone with a negative view would likely exercise if they could.my take (just guessing of course)is that the 1.2p options have in fact all been exercised over a period (its pretty well impossible for pi s to keep track without access to the share registers etc) or else any unexercised are ones which for some reason can no longer be exercised.just my opinion.
Bad news yes but if your a vulture get your snout in at around.I week we will probably receive a positive Rns.They could do it now but let’s not rush eh.Bet the tipster was as surprised as the rest of us when the sp went tumbling.
Not really I have said in previous post they want allow this sp to go above 5p.Thats just an opinion.Make your own observations by what actually happens.Next we will see the mother all tree shakes so be prepared.If I am right we will now see a deadly silence.
The share option take up or not can be easily explained if it was an employee/director who has left the company, their option would have lapsed, however they would have still remained on the books as an option. As for options be available at 9p, this will appear a bargain shortly. GLA
Don’t need to be told about warrants it’s the way it works.Shareholders are are nothing more than cash cows for warrant holders.Draw the suckers in issue the warrants then repeat.The actual company is just a legitimate laundry that will eventually go out of business when it has outlived its usefulness.They will feed off this carcass for some time to come.All imo.
Yes but they would have been Italian i.e. last Friday. The fact still remains that 2 million have seemingly lapsed. If might even be more if it is other warrants/options which have been exercised. If Melody explained then we wouldn't be here trying to figure it out. But I don't suppose they will.
Thanks A1EX that's what I assumed. The rules do say though:
This rule will not apply, however, where such individuals have entered into a binding commitment prior to the AIM company being in such a close period where it was not reasonably foreseeable at the time such commitment was made that a close period was likely and provided that the commitment was notified at the time it was made.
Could that provide a loophole? Just curious in general about the interpretation of the rules.