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Great performance, once they hit 160p I thought I should sell and buy back as they usually peak on good news then fall back, well I didn't. I am overseas now and am 7 hours behind you so this morning I took a look at google finance and saw they had closed at 155p (thinking I would have been right to sell), checking here and Halifax its 161p. This seems to be a regular occurrence on google, I just wonder why?
"The days of hard borders and bitter disputes/wars between neighbouring nations are long over, Brexit will inevitibly fail."
I suspect the citizens of Ukraine would love to believe those days are long over. My list of people to filter is ever growing
Not a bad deal? I read they are taking on 2800 Tesco bank employees, I thought one of the ideas of such purchases was to achieve synergies. I despair, the sooner the board are removed and replaced with AI or someone pulls the trigger on a takeover the better
I believe the likes of lightico are used as BT try to adhere to OFCOMs requirements, ie the customer was aware of the terms and conditions before taking out the contract, so as well as someone telling you all the information you need to know they also send the document for you to read.
If authorities suspect fraud or money laundering they can instruct a bank to freeze an account, and the bank aren't allowed to tell you why. Doesn't sound like this is the situation here but you are wrong, accounts can be frozen by the bank and give no reason
I am really not sure why people come on such boards suggesting they know more than others and in effect can predict the short term rises and falls, but even worse bounce from buy to sell in minutes. What I do know is that the filter tab under "Share discussion for Role-Royce" is a great way to block there nonsense posts, just click it and type their name and they are blocked
It seems the Clowns at the top have been persuaded by some market research agency that because EE has been a little less unsuccessful than BT then changing the name will fix everything and customers will suddenly become loyal. No no no. Call EE as a new customer and try to order a £10 SIM card, and if after 20 mins you haven't run out of patience you are a better person than me.
Adviser "thanks for your purchase and welcome to EE...... what do you do for refrigeration? how about boiling ? do your whites come out whiter than white? It would be so funny if it wasn't true
I just read an article in the Telegraph in which it states "Its new chief executive, Allison Kirkby, has £220,000 in bonus payments tied to diversity and inclusion targets.", I really hope this is provisional and tied into some share price improvement target and profitability improvements. It does sometime appear the clowns are really running this circus
Halifax have managed to reinvest my dividend at 1.184, it looks like they couldn't have timed it much worse. I am really quite curious how others did, I would have imagined large brokers would have placed a couple or three bulk orders throughout the day to get an average price, or is it automated in some way or did some highly paid broker think this was a deal. Your thoughts