i used to work in a bank and the things i saw included insider trading. or even embezzlement of cash that the bosses pretended they werent happening. on a different note, i have a question. what are the hopes for tema resolute to beat BAE when bidding for contracts? anyone has a clue of the inner workings of such dealings?
RE: Final trades today per London Stock Exch.01 Jun 2020 13:04
I see yes. I was just curious. The way I see it, even if there are issues with the ML or perhaps a delay in granting it we have other future revenue generating ops lined up. Kinda odd to sell at these levels after all that director buying
if you hold infa in the long term it should be fine. but in this current market conditions anything can happen. it just feels very wrong that the sp500 is back above 3000 as if nothing had happened. 5% contraction in GDP and 40 million americans unemployed. it isnt very logical
i wish i quite like locusts. but people like you seem to come from fantasy land. there will be a wave of credit cards, loans defaults, mortgages defaults and repossessions. the printing presses will only camouflage things for a bit. unless they will bail everyone out and we will enter communism in disguise.
more is not so much the BOD. it is one of the best i have ever come across. Whats worrying is the worrying "optimism" in the equity markets when we are faced with severe recession. I expect a market crash and likely a banking crisis in the not so distant future. no equity will do well in that scenario
Stuart, please don't disappear when your cash will have evaporated. See what DB has to say. Not that their advice should be followed, on the contrary, but still. "Deutsche Bank AG economists are working on the basis that a vaccine or a cure won’t be widely available for the next year and a half." Now imagine what will have happened to airline stocks