Not always, that's one reason why new flu vaccines are often needed for each flu season.
As the virus mutates succesive generations drift away from the original.
A vaccine created to fight the original may not be effective against one that has mutated several times.
That is why flu-v was targeting a different aspect of the virus than the normal yearly vaccines.
Recall reading that this happening with the Spanish flu pandemic where a second wave of a far stronger virus happened.
Not sure if this means there will more ships to work on, as they are not being used as much. So a good time for repairs and maintainace. Or, due to less income, they may hold off. The tendrils of this virus are widespread and far reaching.
Time to start building my bunker and storing essentials. ;)
Have you checked on the NEX exchange, by any chance.
Quite a few trades have been diverted onto their.
Actions taken by Stobart Group to date include;
· A freeze on all capital expenditure spend other than where it is considered critical for safety reasons. All discretionary spend has also been deferred;
· Stobart Group has utilised the UK Government's Job Retention Scheme to put on furlough c50% of Stobart Group's 1,500+ employees as of 1 April 2020. All employees in continuing roles that allow them to work from home are doing so;
· The Board and Senior Leadership have agreed to 20% pay reductions and all other non-furloughed management have accepted 10% pay reductions;
· A recruitment freeze has been in place since early March and all variable pay awards have been deferred to August 2020 at the earliest;
· Stobart Group has utilised all measures made available by Government to help conserve cash.
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Personaly, I think that evil genius Greta Thunderbirds was behind it all.
In one hit she's grounded the airlines, taken vehicles off the road and slowed down industry. Master stroke.
What's Swedish for, Muuhahaa ?
Soz, can't stop. Gotta go and take down some 5G towers before my Flat Earth meeting at The Globe.
I'm sure they could have picked a better venue, but hey ho.
Tonights talk is about how corvid-19 is a smokescreen for the coming of Nimbiru. It's really happening.
Anyhoo, Toodles. ;)
Haven't been out TM. Was tempted on Thursday when it dropped first thing , below both my trend lines, but rode it out. :)
Did get a few more on that Thurdays dip just before the bell @ 1.79 though.
Might be play time over for me next week. Easing my way back into to work.
It's okay though. Very isolated farm on me lonesome, rebuilding a stone wall that some delivery driver drove into.
Actually, he backed into it after first taking out the corner of an outbuildings roof. Fixed that already. :)
See you're in tlw also. Mad house over there. lol
Whoa! Don't drag me back into this, if you don't mind.
The only issue I had was the wrongly titled video. Nothing else.
Didn't have an issue with you or anyone else for that matter.
And I certainly wasn't denying that these markets exist. There or elsewhere.
"Trump said on Saturday he would impose tariffs on crude imports if he has to "protect" U.S. energy workers..."
Not sure how that would help.
Just checked, we are listed on the OTC. But, on the Grey market. Whole different conversation that one.
There are infact two listings. Tickers are NXPGF, has had some activity and NXPGY, no data as such.
The NXPGF, at first glance I is see there was an increase in shorts on the 13/03 but hardly any trades since.
Last trade was on the 26/03. Also need to apply exchange rates as it's in $'s.
BTW, the prices don't reset daily. It's based on the last trade, whenever that was.
Here's the link. https://www.otcmarkets.com/stock/NXPGF/overview
Click on the various tabs for more info.
There was a link to an article but it's a month old now. But still relevant I think.
Morning. Just had a quick look into these out of hours trades and requires some deciphering.
If you look at the trades for the last part of the day, excuse the formating.
These are from the actual London exchange website not this one.
17:15:08 03-Apr-2020 184.90 GBX 499 922.65 Off-book TNCP XOFF
18:10:38 03-Apr-2020 184.70 GBX 73,918 136,528.76 Off-book TNCP XOFF
18:10:38 03-Apr-2020 185.82 GBX 33,331 61,936.66 Off-book TNCP XOFF
17:12:26 03-Apr-2020 185.82 GBX 48,534 90,187.33 Off-book TNCP XOFF
16:44:28 03-Apr-2020 185.63 GBX 8,491 15,762.27 Off-book TNCP XOFF
16:35:26 03-Apr-2020 184.90 GBX 499,861 924,242.99 Uncrossed Trade XLON
16:29:52 03-Apr-2020 182.20 GBX 288 524.74 Off-book SINT
16:29:52 03-Apr-2020 182.20 GBX 422 768.88 Off-book SINT
16:29:45 03-Apr-2020 181.00 GBX 278 503.18 Automatic Trade ALGO XLON
16:29:38 03-Apr-2020 182.20 GBX 81 147.58 Off-book SINT
Some of these flags you may already be familiar with such as Off-book or Automatic Trade (ALGO) and the UT (uncrossing trade) where the exchange balances the books at various times during the day.
Or something like that. :) Look it up for more info.
Normal "O" and "A" trades is what this LSE site shows.
Not quite sure if "A" trades as well as being Algo Bots also may be other automatic trades like stop losses, etc.
The XLON refers to the London Stock Exchage.
The TNCP flag means "Non Price Contribution to Discovery Indicators". I'm guessing (for now) that these have something to do with being out of hours trades and possible linked to also being OTC trades. See below.
SINT is Systematic Internaliser (“SI”) "This is an investment firm which is a counterparty dealing with its proprietary capital and is not a trading venue".
Whether that's a DMA (Direct Market Access) trade or other. Not sure, but it's still off the book.
XOFF states "Immediate / Deferred / No Publication" But I belive is also "off Exchange".
It also states as being OTC.
Which I always though refered to the OTC exchange in the US. OTC= Over The Counter.
Some companies are dual listed both here and on the OTC.
There they can buy stock out of our hours but during their opening times.
I believe these trades are then added to the trades when we re-open. Only so many shares in issue.
That would explain when I set up my charts, pre-open, of a morning their is a flood of trades timestamped to the previous evening when the market opens here.
More confused than ever now, I guess.