I see this use to be 500p ie 1500x higher than today's price. Such a drop would've indicated bankruptcy, so my question is when it was 5quid how many shares were outstanding, were there more placements and for how much and any share splits along the way so I can have a rough idea where the real value is. If its at 0.34 just through dilution or is there alot if potential where it stands now. If so I might add quite a bit more next week.
I completely agree, I think he actually ****ed it up with the furlough scheme, increased uks debt, gave stamp duty holiday spiralling house prices super high making the poor worse off. As an Indian ethnic person, I wouldn't trust someone whose family has ties with corrupt politicians in india it will end up being another case of russian oligarchs- why did we let them have it easy in uk when they may screw us over in the future.
Not sure why there is a lack of movies this August, buy September is usually quite as kids go back to school and college, the studios start preparing for awards season and go to festivals such as Venice and Toronto to create a buzz. October is centred around horror/slasher movies in time for Halloween, nov and Dec the studios start releasing their films that has potential for Oscars with a couple of big budget holiday movies for the Christmas period such as avatar, Lord of the rings, star wars.
Can someone explain, barclays commenced their buyback program and now the share is doing really well, moved from current lows of 140p to 173p, a c25%, whereas lloyds currently low of 42p to 45p just 8%. Why isn't the buyback helping the share price of lloyds, all the return seems a beta systematic market return and none for alpha specific return.
RE: Not sure About that but would be nice23 May 2022 10:12
Remember dr strange didn't do 1bn as it hasn't been released in middle east or China due to passive suggestion that a character is a lesbian. Otherwise it has done really well in the markets released helped by more showings as only 2hr film.
RE: Netflix now cutting jobs and blackbridge theory18 May 2022 11:13
The disney subscriptions in india is only fuelled by it having rights to ipl. New auction for 2023 happening in mid June. If they lose rights then they lose those subscription growth! Also the bid is expected to be $7.2b for 3 years. I have a feeling apple or amazon might win the bid this time round.
So you went to a quiet cinema. No details which cinema, time of day, what film, can make a lot of difference to your observation being biased. Most people go to the cinema from Friday evening to Sunday evening for a brand new film as most films are front loaded for collections. Most people would go to cinemas that are in a central location to lots of bother stuff, such as restaurants and shops and easy to get to and hassle free parking. The cineworld in Birmingham and Solihull are usually far more busier than Birmingham nec, as not many will venture out towards there. Plus you still haven't explained which newspaper gave free tickets. The only other tine when cinemas is busy is on Tuesday and Wednesdays due to meerkat. The daily box office collections shows the pattern week in week out. Please provide facts before you post your observations.
Going to cinema has the following advantages: - catching a film rather than waiting - watching DSMOM this week, I'm happy to know what's happened in the mcu plot so far and now eager to watch thor -meet up with friends and family -completely stay away from distractions such a mobile etc, so nice not to look at your phone for 3hours -nothing compares to the big screen viewing, and really immerse yourself
Saw DSMOM yesterday, cinema more than 50% full (it was a meerkat evening). Saw top gun posters plastered over solihull buses. I think momentum will build up over the fortnight. I reckon a $750m, but really depends if it connects to the younger generation who might not be too familiar with the original.