Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Invltd Nm LSE:2005 London Ordinary Share ZAE000081949 INVESTEC LTD NM
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28/3/2009
17:33
Finally??? 'Perfect storm' puts all types in financial peril ........."What's happening to families is a perfect storm," says Bob Manning, a finance professor at Rochester Institute of Technology.............. http://www.usatoday.com/money/perfi/general/2009-03-26-peril-bankruptcy-foreclose-crisis_N.htm?loc=interstitialskip
topbidd
06/9/2005
21:06
The perfect storm Sep 6th 2005 From The Economist Global Agenda It's not just natural disasters that need preparing for: http://www.economist.com/agenda/displayStory.cfm?story_id=4367203
topbidd
20/7/2005
11:09
Obviously, you need to pick the right biotech, any old rubbish just won't do. Try OXB, PTI to name but two.
electron230
20/7/2005
10:58
Year of the biotech. Tell that to any XEN shareholders out there. Don't make me laugh.
rossannan
30/4/2005
08:03
"King of churlish spirit, violent temper, and ever addicted to falsehood and wickedness" THE DAY OF ASHLEY has arrived? Go chat with him, on his very own thread: http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=8847250 Find out how he is a harbinger of the Days of Doom
energyi
28/4/2005
05:50
AJ, I know you are trying to wind me up. Havent you something better to do? Perhaps you should go and ramp some insurance stocks for instance- they can use your help
energyi
28/4/2005
00:31
Perfect Storm is Coming: in 2005 Maybe For the British and other European Monarchies quite clearly. Remember Mussolini?
mr ashley james
28/4/2005
00:29
E, Yes, people are clever enough to develop alternatives. That is not the problem. What they cannot do is develop sufficient alternatives in time to support a global population of 6 billion. It is the shift to a more viable population and the ensuing chaos which may throw us back to the stone age. Here's a less alarming website you may find of interest. http://www.peakoil.net/
goatbreath
27/4/2005
21:17
repossession= "reverse loan transaction" as in: The Smiths had reached the point where they wanted to enjoy the benefits of renting, and so entered into a Reverse Loan Transaction. Mr. Smith was chuffed about the change, saying: "Owning was costing me a bundle each month. After we went along to the bank to organise a RLT, we moved and found ourselves paying 30% less per month for the same quality of accomodation." Although he suffered a loss of equity in his former home, he said he expected to make it back from the monthly savings within 2 1/2 years. He has also stopped worrying about falls in the value of his home, and sleeps better at night.
energyi
27/4/2005
20:59
Then again alternative energies look more palatable when the car won't go ;-0
madgooner
27/4/2005
20:57
People are clever enough, to find inventions to forestall another stone age. But the days of cheap oil, and wasteful energy usage may be numbered
energyi
27/4/2005
20:43
E, I agree, this peak oil stuff does not wash. Too many shale deposits for starters. Shell exec said last year that peak not for at least another 30 years at present usage/current fields. Not in his interest (or Shell) to say that....... The peak talk does remind me of good old fashion ramping, lots of speccy money in oil these days. Refinery capacity is a different matter though.......
collection agency
27/4/2005
19:34
Alot of upward action in Oil this year. But Gold has not proven itself yet That article is OVERLY DRAMATIC: "The long term ramifications of Peak Oil on our way of life are nothing short of mind blowing. As we slide down the downslope slope of the global oil production curve, we may find ourselves slipping into what some scientists are calling a "post-industrial stone age."
energyi
27/4/2005
19:29
If you've ever wondered why there is going to be a global crash - here's the answer: http://www.lifeaftertheoilcrash.net/ For those that think it will be a buying opportunity: think again.
goatbreath
30/1/2005
07:42
Fickena, here's what a quick foray into Pharmagene has turned up; I've kept it as concise as possible. By all means exclude it from the header if it's too early-stage. Pharmagene [PGN] Web page: http://www.pharmagene.com Development strategy: to achieve early-stage licensing and development partners for their therapeutic candidates. Discussions are underway for their four leading compounds. 2005 R1 for irritable bowel syndrome: entered Phase I in January 2005 R4 for migraine: to enter Phase I R65 for women's health, glaucoma and immunology: to enter pre-clinical trials R99 for inflammatory/immune disorders: pre-clinical candidate to be selected Pharmagene also has a drug discovery services division that is generating revenues. The share price is currently (end of January 2005) trading around cash level.
mjneish
26/1/2005
22:23
I see that there are reports that China is now prepared to let the Yuan float freely after US talk of reimposing trade sanctions. Good news.
michaeld
26/1/2005
10:16
Yes S and I find it difficult to understand why the US and UK economies haven,t imploded already. Nowadays they seem to be able to defy gravity by continuing to run with large trade deficits for a very long time. The danger of this is, I feel, that when the correction does eventually come (one year? ten years? who knows)it is likely to be more severe? Only if the USD and related currencies drop against the low cost Asian ones can there be a soft landing towards a trading balance imho.
michaeld
25/1/2005
20:51
Michaeld. Spot on. Believe that ironically, UK will pop / implode, long before Mainland Europe.
s704
25/1/2005
20:02
Is there an Economic Armageddon ahead:? This panel discussion says there is: http://www.voiceswest.com/kor/1211-17.mp3
energyi
25/1/2005
18:38
yes E, US indicies like $USD weakness. Is there a misunderstanding?
tpaulbeaumont
25/1/2005
18:15
"inverse relationship" SPX in Euros has been rangebound for a LONG TIME! So obviously, The Dow likes a weak Dollar
energyi
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