LLOYDS is going to FLY Let me know if you hear any in the ruined village not the new town Best regards TJ
Brexit Wars 3 Sir_Buns-Up_Knealing: China has put an absolute ban on the eating of and trading in wild animals. 1/2 way there.
LLOYDS is going to FLY Hi TJ, I shall keep watching the market. I take the ups and downs in my stride and don’t lose sleep over it. I too have recently been thinking about visiting Oradour sur Glane. I shall listen out for any birds. Best wishes, Frog in a tree
Brexit Wars 3 FIAT good afternoon, You and the remaining Ultra europhiles here are quite happy to run down the country because of your abject failure to stop Brexit aren’t you? Endlessly ‘ticking up’ each other’s contribution in a seeming desire to bolster each other’s efforts. If you don’t like my contributions IDGAS. Not surprised you fail to appreciate my sense of humour. I see you Ultras as sad, embittered losers living in the past. My contributions could be either sympathy or derision. I choose the latter JAR
Closing Prices Close . . . . 169.20 Open . . . . 173.60 High . . . . .173.60 . . . 08.00.24 . . AT Low . . . . . 166.20 . . . 15.37.58 . . AT MD Auc . . 1 @ 169p LSE Vols . . . . 354,246 . . . 499 trades AT trades . . . 395 . . 79.16% OT trades . . . 104 . . . 16.00.00 CP . . . 84,575 @ 165.60 FTSE100 . . . 7,017.88 . (-138.95) . (-1.94%) Brent Crude . . . $54.96 . (-0.87) . (-1.56%) . . (15mins delayed) If the Chinese weren’t so “into their wild animal potions” and “slaughtering wild animals in Abattoirs” where the disease got pasted onto normal every day produce, then the Corona outbreak wouldn’t have started.
LLOYDS is going to FLY At the close, LLOY down over 2% at 52.01. FTSE down just under 2%
LLOYDS is going to FLY frog_in_a_tree: I see that the FTSE is down by 1.6% today. With yesterday’s fall that gives us a drop of about 5%. Oh dear! Hi there Fiat, I hope that you are well. I have decided to stop looking at markets and prices until somebody informs me that the sun is out, summer is here and this coronavirus was just a distant dream. My problem might be will the powers that be allow my grandson and myself to leave these shores, drive around the Somme and return to the U.K. without having a temperature guage or whatever shoved in our faces over Easter? Also, I am due to take my granddaughter to the theatre in London on Saturday and out for dinner as well. Will London still be open I wonder? I know, where’s the corkscrew? I feel the need to douse my worries with a few large glasses of a reasonable Bordeaux… By the by, I came across some photos yesterday of my last visit to Oradour sur Glane. A place that will live long in my memory. I swear that I never heard a bird sing any time I have visited there, even tourists were quieter than is usual. Best wishes TJ
Brexit Wars 3 Morally Bankrupt just about describes BREXIT… “To sign up to a trade deal which results in opening our ports, shelves and fridges to food which would be illegal to produce would not only be morally bankrupt, it would the work of the insane,” Batters said. “This goes wider than what’s good for farming. This is what is good for Britain.” U.K. – 25 Feb 20 Brexit Britain must avoid 'morally bankrupt' trade deals - farmers' union The lure of trade deals with countries such as the United States will test the &...
LLOYDS is going to FLY I see that the FTSE is down by 1.6% today. With yesterday’s fall that gives us a drop of about 5%. Oh dear! Frog in a tree
Lancaster Oil Production ( EPS ) Let’s hope it shows 20,000 bpd
Brexit Wars 3 hows the Turnip harvest going… and the German public are really on board…
Brexit Wars 3 Eadwig: So nothing like a total shutdown then? You make me laugh. No you’re right, everything is fine. Absolutely nothing to worry about at all.
Rns 25/2 Interesting RNS. No real news but confirmation that talks continue on many fronts. One line: “the Company intends to use its interim and full year results announcements to provide updates on the status of various collaborations and will not make announcements between these unless a disclosure obligation arises.” A rebuttal to shorters? Any ideas?
Brexit Wars 3 HuwJarse: Manufacturing PMI expected to come in at around 30, the lowest number ever recorded. So nothing like a total shutdown then?
Sirius Crispin Odey has upped its stake in Sirius to 1.4% from 1.3% with the deadline for proxy votes looming on Wednesday. Odey Asset fund has accused Anglo American and the Sirius board of undervaluing the company and pledged to oppose the 5.5p a share cash offer unless it was declared final.
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