Cheltenham festival week ,the greatest show on earth ! imo lol
Here is an "easy" way to get a few quid back and pass a few enjoyable hours to boot . google ITV seven sign up it casts nothing then enter . they have made it idiot proof too???? pick seven winners and you'll be 100k better off . four days racing so you have a few days enjoyment .. and if nobody get all the winners come friday it could well get to 500K ? niiiiiiice!!!
fwiw my pick are abacadara cold harbour marie banrigh de brune horse cogry supasunday honeysuckle
Ha ha fred , Facebook is probably just around the corner for me but tbh i'm still mourning the loss of the handwritten letter lol... Like Bellers I'll be needing help from one of my daughters when I next see them ( my wife adopted facebook probably when it first started so I'm one of the few luddites left ).
Catch 22 though isn’t it. Widows n orphans? Trouble is having lost circa 75% on sxx it’s so tempting to go looking for a multi bagger but once bitten ???? I never saw this coming so got over confident and kept adding. That why I hope it is possible to make an example of Sirius as I do feel we were fed over confident rhetoric
Bankers and lawyers make Sirius money Emily Gosden, Energy Editor Thursday March 05 2020, 12.01am, The Times Banking Sirius has spent more than $1 billion developing its Woodsmith mine near Whitby to mine polyhalite for use as fertiliser Sirius has spent more than $1 billion developing its Woodsmith mine near Whitby to mine polyhalite for use as fertiliser ANDREW MCCAREN FOR THE TIMES Share Save Bankers and other advisers working on Anglo American’s takeover of Sirius Minerals are set to earn £23 million in fees after the deal which left thousands of retail investors nursing heavy losses was voted through.
Shareholders continued to vent their anger yesterday over the 5½p-a-share takeover of the North Yorkshire fertiliser mine developer in which some have lost tens of thousands of pounds.
The £405 million deal was narrowly approved at a vote on Tuesday after Sirius warned that the only likely alternative was for it to go bust, wiping them out altogether.
Anglo’s financial advisers, Bank of America and Centerview Partners, are expected to share in £10.8 million while Linklaters is in line for £3.5 million for legal advice. Sirius’s financial advisers, JP Morgan and Lazard, and brokers, Liberum and Shore Capital, are expected to share in £5.2 million in fees while Allen & Overy is in line for £2.3 million in legal fees.
Others walking away better off include Odey Asset Management, the hedge fund that bought in to Sirius after the takeover was announced and voted against the deal as it pushed unsuccessfully for a higher offer. It is estimated to have made about £1 million, having bought in while shares were trading below the offer price amid uncertainty over whether the deal would pass.
Sirius has spent more than $1 billion developing its Woodsmith mine near Whitby to mine polyhalite for use as fertiliser. The Anglo takeover came after it failed to raise the $3 billion needed to complete the mine through a financing structure backed by JP Morgan.
The investment bank has attracted particular ire from shareholders because Sirius has said that it could have completed a crucial $500 million bond issue to secure the financing if JP Morgan had not refused its request to include warrants in the offering.
JP Morgan Asset Management, a separate part of the banking business, has at points betted against Sirius, prompting one shareholder at its general meeting on Tuesday to question whether there had been “a conflict of interest given part of their organisation was heavily shorting” Sirius.
Thomas Staley, Sirius’s finance director, said he did not believe there was a conflict because JP Morgan was “set up appropriately for them to conduct the various activities they do”. JP Morgan declined to comment.
Well one thing is for sure and that's if we find tomorrow the NO's have it ? this bb will be a ****ing nightmare
I'll be adding if it gets to 0.5 p
Have to say if I didn't want it so badly I'd be guessing the NO's won ??? or it's so close that they are wishing they had asked the Girl Guides to do the count instead of the Boy Scouts ? and I'm sure if Chris is reading he'll be getting plenty of "suggestions "/"advice"
Francesca Washtell @fwashtell · 13m To recap: we’ve had both votes, people posed questions, the board answered them, we’re awaiting the results hopefully today (but it’s not clear). My favourite revelation was Gina Rinehart said no to funding
As I've already said I'm glad of her feed but where has she been not to already know about about Gina ????