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AMC TrickyDickyTwo 13:05

LME Nickel Stocks "The market to watch is not so much the ebb and flow of nickel and vanadium prices, it’s how are electric vehicle sales are going because that’s the end market. “And if that really starts to take off, metal prices will follow.” That might be stating the blindingly obvious but it needs to be said. TDT

FRR thefozzer 13:04

Website Booster, worth remembering that the court docs show the money lenders wanted 180 days of flow test data from the T wells. Zone 19 could be the jewel in the crown at Taribani, is it any wonder why T39 wasn’t put into the public domain in light of legal wrangle with Hope? I’d be playing my cards close to my chest also.

FRR Nett53 12:50

Website Booster, please, just once, try and say something constructive. I know it’s difficult but give it a go.

LLOY fynne 12:39

Everyday Airbus … that and their super jumbo has turned out to be a bit of a flop. … of course Brexit is a consideration… all business will make it a consideration? It’s a bit like me saying “it’s a consideration” As with Nissan the “cause” is not Brexit but falling sales. And just to state most of the airbus A380 sales are outside the eu (long haul) Airlines want smaller more economic twin engine planes apparently so nothing to do with Brexit eh?

AMC nuno.figueiroa 12:35

LME Nickel Stocks Seeking Alpha – 17 Feb 19 Electric Vehicles And The Future Of Oil By 2040, 30 percent of all new car sales will be electric, according to analysts at IHS Markit. What does this massive increase of electric vehicles mean for th

HSBA fynne 12:27

Brexit Wars 3 arsanias: A tax advisor can help. I appreciate the advice, and yes I have a tax advisor thank you… I know you lot think I’m constantly drunk but oddly enough I’ve managed so far? Anyway it’s Sunday and another good thing about Greece is it’s still “their day of rest” unless you work in a local coffee bar.

HSBA fynne 12:21

Brexit Wars 3 Eadwig: Yes, I jumped into the conversation. Sorry for any confusion. Np … I copied it from his post but came up attributed to yourself, so felt compelled to add an edit to avoid more confusion?

LLOY petethenovice 12:20

Everyday Today LONDON (Reuters) - Airbus said on Sunday it would have to make “difficult decisions” about future investment if Britain crashes out of the European Union without a deal, adding it had already spent tens of millions of euros in preparations. “There is no such thing as a managed ‘no deal’, it’s absolutely catastrophic for us,” senior vice president Katherine Bennett told the BBC’s Andrew Marr. “Some difficult decisions will have to made if there’s no-deal (…) we will have to look at future investments.” She said Airbus had already spent “tens of million of euros” on preparing for Brexit, for example on stockpiling parts and securing IT systems.

LLOY frog_in_a_tree 12:11

Everyday Everyday… …it seems that we get news of another of Failing Grayling’s failure. He was responsible for the privatisation of parts of the probation service four years ago and now some of those private sector providers are going bust. the Guardian – 16 Feb 19 Grayling attacked over 'disastrous' part-privatisation of probation service Private provider Working Links went bust just as it was found playing down offender risk It is not just Grayling of course. Another disaster was foisted on the nation by arch-Brexiter Iain Duncan-Smith in the form of the disaster prone Universal Credit. Given that Failing Grayling and Duncan-Smith are Tory Brexiters, why on earth are we following their lead? Failed ministers in a failed government leading the nation over the cliff edge. Why am I not surprised? Frog in a tree

LLOY broadmoor1 11:16

Everyday petethenovice: Going forward with a bitter divided society, broken GOV and Opposition with MAJ of industry warning how bad it will be and real danger in NI and Scotland is just reckless and I think most know it… And you think the best approach to resolve the divide is to turn over what the majority voted for ? Deluded thinking and just a case of you chucking your toys out the pram at losing , get over it.

FRR booster11 11:27

Website Botts, When it comes to fake news you are the expert not me.

AMC nuno.figueiroa 11:29

LME Nickel Stocks ABC Rural – 17 Feb 19 Nickel boom breathes new life into mothballed Kimberley mine A reopened nickel project in the East Kimberley has made its first shipment, worth $8.6 million, leaving the remote port of Wyndham for China.

LLOY petethenovice 11:32

Everyday broadmoor1: nd you think the best approach to resolve the divide is to turn over what the majority voted for ? Deluded thinking and just a case of you chucking your toys out the pram at losing , get over it. ahh Broadmoor. I think its important to make sure NOW that a Majority want this no matter how much Face you and UKIP would lose… Did you get any answers to. 1 one single Tangible benefit FOR brexit 2 Examples of any LEAVE campaigner’s telling us we would be worse off…

LLOY petethenovice 11:04

Everyday Trisco: As stated the other day, I voted leave because I firmly believe that while the initial 12/24 months might be a rough ride, but medium/long term I can see us prospering at a faster rate than our EU friends, and if we remained in the EU. This is my own personal opinion built on optimism. It’s not built on any professional forecast, or battle buses, or what Johnson and Farage told me, just my own optimism. Which I am by nature. I’m sorry if this rationale isn’t good enough for you. I think the rough ride will also be somewhat caused by the hardcore pro remain voters dragging their heels (which as part of a democracy they are entitled to) and trying to derail anything positive to prove their points. You seem to be a deep thinker… While LEAVE headlines were saying £350m /week EU regs cost us billions Migrants are all claiming benefits etc and no downside to Brexit YOU were thinking we might be WORSE OFF. Now with all the estimates (inc Govs) of how bad things will be, you think 12/24 months when even moggy says 10years+ Cant see how things can turn out well because although you will try to blame Remainers fact is something like 60% dont want Brexit neither do the Young, Scotland NI, Industry. Going forward with a bitter divided society, broken GOV and Opposition with MAJ of industry warning how bad it will be and real danger in NI and Scotland is just reckless and I think most know it… Only way to resolve this is to ask the country again. Thats needs a strong PM not controlled by RW loons

FRR Symore_Bottoms 10:58

Website rooster - stop trying to spread fake news and fear. Don’t you take a rest on a Sunday or are you on double time? Anyway, that webpage is at least 1 year old, way before they kicked off the 3 drill program. T39 was officially communicated through the RNS back in July. If you want to know more about T39, that would be a good place to start.

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