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HSBA arsanias 20 Sep 2019

Brexit Wars 3 Good news for the continent. Japanese companies will still try to have access to the EU. They will relocate.

HSBA petethenovice 20 Sep 2019

Brexit Wars 3 more bad brexit news U.K. – 20 Sep 19 No-deal Brexit would force Japanese investors to reassess 40-year... Japanese companies and investors would be forced to reassess their four-decade b...

HSBA arsanias 20 Sep 2019

Brexit Wars 3 john.a.reeves: OK - no deal then Why is Johnson not honest about it instead of promising a deal? There is no compromise between TMs deal an no deal, thus I it’s not TMs deal, it’s no deal.

GKP MikeyAdmin 20 Sep 2019

RNS Dividend Payment Theoryman. Every Buy Back RNS has carried the same statement " the Company’s issued share capital consists of 229,429,566 Ordinary Shares." I would love to get more money, but the facts are that for Shares to qualify for a Dividend they have to be part of the Issued Shares. VS8. Best of luck with the email.

LLOY swamp_rat 20 Sep 2019

Commodities Crypto ETFs FX Indices. inc VIX swamp_rat: Us500 short 3010.19 Closed 2999.86

HUR ash6666 20 Sep 2019

Half year results Just seen this. Helpful post from Bloodhound on Adfvn just now: "I guess it’s alright for me to post this and I sincerely hope I’m not betraying any confidences from the company in doing so, if I am I sincerely apologise. Ok, I received a reply from HUR today regards the the question I asked which was: “Can you give me an approximate end date or your expectation as to when six months pressure data will have been collected.” Reply: “The quote that you have identified specifically mentions “steady state production”. You will note that our latest updates guide to a degree of production interruption during the final quarter of 2020 which would have an impact on the data we will be collecting. Note that we are targeting a capital markets day in Q1 2020. That is a good indication of when we expect to be able to make a material update on analysis of the subsurface. A specific date has not yet been fixed.”

HSBA oilovlam 20 Sep 2019

Brexit Wars 3 Labour policy on Brexit is straightforward Labour policy on Brexit is convoluted 0 voters

HUR ash6666 20 Sep 2019

Half year results I’m still not sure there’s much next year to re-rate this, just hopes and plans and that’s the problem. After our next free carry about to start it will take huge sums of money to go on to the next stage, hopefully without dilution.

HSBA J_Westlock 20 Sep 2019

Brexit Wars 3 Doesn’t do anything to my Friday evening John. I won’t be voting for any of the main Parties discussed here so poll ratings of the various Leaders means zip to me.

HSBA john.a.reeves 20 Sep 2019

Brexit Wars 3 JW - good evening quote=“J_Westlock, post:21607, topic:1145436”] I’m not sure why, their current position of the Party hasn’t altered… unlike other Parties; it is to negotiate a deal based on a customs arrangement. [/quote] Thought I’d post this to brighten up your Friday evening m8. Ipsos MORI’s new Political Monitor poll reveals Jeremy Corbyn now has the lowest net satisfaction ratings of any opposition leader since the survey began in 1977. 20 September 2019 Jeremy Corbyn has lowest leadership satisfaction rating for any opposition leader since 1977 Few see Corbyn doing a good job at handling Brexit Labour party supporters strongly in favour of delaying Brexit / holding second referendum Ipsos MORI’s new Political Monitor poll reveals Jeremy Corbyn now has the lowest net satisfaction ratings of any opposition leader since the survey began in 1977. Three quarters of Britons (76%) say they are dissatisfied with the way he is doing his job as leader of the opposition (up 7 points from July) – 16% (down 3 points) say they are satisfied) leaving him a net satisfaction score of -60 (down 10 points). As the Americans say - he couldn’t even be elected as a town dogcatcher! JAR

HSBA J_Westlock 20 Sep 2019

Brexit Wars 3 oilovlam: That ‘sort of’ is the policy of the Lib Dems…if they win a majority in a GE they Revoke…otherwise they will pursue a 2nd referendum (‘presumably’ by whatever means at their disposal). The chance of them winning a majority in a GE is quite small (we should be able to agree on that)…so IF they did win a majority in a GE that would be quite extraordinary and ‘presumably’ the electorate would have given them a mandate (under the first past the post voting system) to revoke. Seems straightforward & honest to me…unlike the Labour policy which is convoluted, confusing & ‘possibly’ plain silly (IMO). Seems to me that the Lib Dem policy is convoluted: if they win a majority then they revoke… no matter fact people may have voted who didn’t want to revoke… but should they form a coalition then they drop that and revert to having #BrexitRef2. The Labour policy is clear… its to respect the last referendum and negotiate a deal with a customs arrangement but to have any type of deal confirmed at #BrexitRef2. The advantage of the latter is that it also allows Remain as an option whilst respecting the referendum process thus allowing an effective end to Brexit talk for a decade at the very least.

HSBA oilovlam 20 Sep 2019

Brexit Wars 3 petethenovice: They re being attacked by labour and Tories because they are taking votes from both… on this policy… If they get people voting for them…then it must mean that ‘some’ people like the simple ‘nuclear’ option to end this Brexit mess…IF they win a majority in a GE then that’s democracy. Similarly if BoJo won a majority in a GE he would ‘presumably’ see that as a mandate for ‘No’ deal. Swings & roundabouts…or whats good for the goose, is good for the gander.

FRR gordon-the-novice 20 Sep 2019

Ii new corporate action update I’ve been staying quiet in the background as I had/have nothing to add to what has been going on. All my (and my partners) holdings are with ii so this is very relevant to us. I haven’t logged into our trading accounts but also haven’t had an email regarding notification of a message in our accounts regarding a corporate action. It would be very helpful if anyone has advice on any action I need to take. Our holding is just over 8 figures. Thank you

HSBA petethenovice 20 Sep 2019

Brexit Wars 3 oilovlam: so IF they did win a majority in a GE that would be quite extraordinary and ‘presumably’ the electorate would have given them a mandate (under the first past the post voting system) to revoke. Seems straightforward & honest to me…unlike the Labour policy which is convoluted, confusing & ‘possibly’ plain silly (IMO) The usual biased QT audience but Ed Davy is clear. LDs want a 2nd ref IF they cant have one They will campaign in an election for Revoke If they win thats is… (long shot) They re being attacked by labour and Tories because they are taking votes from both… on this policy… twitter.com BBC Question Time (bbcquestiontime) ‘Whether it’s a European election or a general election, a vote for the Liberal Democrats is a vote to stop Brexit’ @EdwardJDavey defends his party’s position. #bbcqt [link] 33 PM - 19 Sep 2019

HSBA oilovlam 20 Sep 2019

Brexit Wars 3 J_Westlock: …it doesn’t seem unreasonable to have a Party policy/position BUT also offer a Referendum on it. There’s no reason why a Party shouldn’t also allow a free vote too rather than pretend they are all united on it. That ‘sort of’ is the policy of the Lib Dems…if they win a majority in a GE they Revoke…otherwise they will pursue a 2nd referendum (‘presumably’ by whatever means at their disposal). The chance of them winning a majority in a GE is quite small (we should be able to agree on that)…so IF they did win a majority in a GE that would be quite extraordinary and ‘presumably’ the electorate would have given them a mandate (under the first past the post voting system) to revoke. Seems straightforward & honest to me…unlike the Labour policy which is convoluted, confusing & ‘possibly’ plain silly (IMO).

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