just to help you a long a bit more - hyperinflation is near now and expected(almost certain) soon 8 i am hearing first in a country 88 you might least expect - now might be worth adding that into your equations / algos - see any event will be driven not only by today but also what is coming so............
imo naturally 888...................... ,;
maybe if an event is close the jv / t/o partner already has this so in no hurry............................... who do you think will profit from such a delay if................... :-) potentially......................
or say if you had a short at what sp would be your preference to close it high or low i wonder - remember this is just meaningless waffle a discussion nothing else ;
think abooot the instruments already in play and ones available to use the positioning and potential inter-dependencies - think of the distribution and the accumulators / accumulation already known - remember expect the unexpected imo
dont want to use all me cards NO SIRREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!! lol
going bust - yeah whatever?! - wishful thinking by some more like LOL
anyhoooooo metro advertising for more staff........................ one example below
Supplier Commercial Manager
Company Name Metro Bank (UK) Company Location Holborn, GB
County: Central London
Starting salary (depending on your level of experience) from circa: £62,000
Closing Date: 31-May-2020
salary low but hopefully someone will want it
whatever next ?!
AN apocalyptic virus from chicken farms could dwarf the coronavirus pandemic and kill half of the world's population, a scientist has warned.
Dr Michael Greger, a scientist and campaigning nutritionist, claims our close connection to animals makes us vulnerable to the worst kind of epidemic.
Coronavirus spread around the world like wildfire and killed more than 364,000 people after it is believed to have jumped to humans from bats.
But the best-selling author of How Not To Die says the real plague that could wipe out HALF of us is yet to come.
Dr Greger writes that "with pandemics explosively spreading a virus from human to human, it’s never a matter of if, but when".
The doctor has written a new book called How To Survive A Pandemic where he details that as "long as there is poultry, there will be pandemics", adding: "In the end, it may be us or them".
The scientist advocates the benefits of a plant-based diet and predicts that diseases harboured by chickens could nearly wipe us out.
During the H5NI bird flu in Hong Kong in 1997, the government sought to kill 1.3million chickens to eliminate the virus.
The virus has never been fully eliminated as outbreaks have happened again between 2003 and 2009 outside of China.
But vegan Dr Greger advocates changing the way chickens are "farmed" to prevent another outbreak.
He says the mass farms where chickens live in such tight spaces they cannot flap their wings and the high ammonia level from their droppings are a recipe for disease.
The scientist claims we need to shift from the mass production of chickens to smaller flocks that are raised in less crowded spaces with outdoor access, better hygiene and without the use of human antivirals.
Dr Greger says unnatural egg production and the practice of breeding also needs to end.
However, Dr Greger cautiously warns that may not be enough as the viral link between chickens and humans ultimately needs to be broken.
Dr Greger said: "The more animals are jammed together, the more spins the virus may get at the roulette wheel while gambling for the pandemic jackpot that may be hidden in the lining of the chickens’ lungs."
It comes as the number of infections from the coronavirus have passed 6 million worldwide, with 366, 928 deaths.
In the UK, weeks of lockdown measures have seen a significant reduction in the 'R' rate - with new scientific papers estimating it to be between 0.5 and 0.9.
The virus has claimed over 38,000 lives in the UK, making it the second hardest-hit country in the world behind the US, which has now suffered over 104,000 deaths.
While restrictions across Europe have seen cases on the continent fall dramatically, the pandemic is hitting its peak in Brazil and Russia where the infection rate is spiralling.
can you post the link that states metro are "having to "sell" Isa "
i must have missed that -i thought it was an offer to attract new customers didnt realise they were having to do this? personally thought it was good pay low interest to depositers then lend out again at 8% + what is there not to like? probab;y a bit lower on mortgages but i like metro charging higher to borrow as that reduces risk
and a whole load more you wont even know aboooot till published later imo
not quite what you asked lol however worth further consideration - sorry some symbols dont work and transpose as ? on lse but the gaps are v important but if you have a very strong economic / finance / algo backgrouns should be able to complete the gaps / ? - you might not get it fully but is a taster............................ eg ROE here assumes that x is equal to its opportunity costs therefore no need to assume constant expected growth in book equity delta costs of capital and growth rates to vary over time - hence perfect activity for............................................. imo - it may seem as clear as mud but will add if i get time problem is restricted by lse unable to accept symbols....................
this and loads of others working on.............
(E,(ROE,) = ?E,r,?? ? > t)
i could cudders but only so much one can say allegedly imo ;
personally dont see bbl win being just a coincidence but.......................
calllllllllllllllllllllllllllll the plumber perhaps? and that is not directed at metro who are water tight imo
but fantastic and only part of what...................................... imo
yep gotta save yeeeee best cards till later - hence not saying too much atm - more to come BILLYBOBS!!!
anyone else like events
and of course IMO LOL