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|ImpYou love to fire the shots, but can't handle return fire. Lloyd's going above 60p next week......can you handle that?"You can't handle the truth!"That's a line from a great movie :-)|
|We don't have any immigrants in my area, no work, too cold and over 20 miles to the nearest City.
Having said all that, it's pretty pathetic when all the ills in this country seem to be blamed by many of you on these "immigrants".
Whilst I said we don't have any immigrants in my area it still doesn't mean that you can get an appointment at your doctors surgery or that there's no roadworks in the area or that it doesn't rain quite frequently, it's just that unlike you, we cannot blame any annoyances, bad luck, or social injustices, on "the immigrants"...........|
|Guess who ?
The Flying Imp ! No! it is Super Imp !!!!|
|Guess who ??|
|O/t - Just look at that BOO chart.
'Stairway to heaven'.
The high st seems old hat for shopping. The bedroom is now the shop counter.
Noticed the BOO adverts are all over the tube and the international presence is growing rapidly.|
|will dip at close|
|sux_2bu 28 Oct '16 - 10:26 - 187932 of 187932 0 0 (Filtered)
Can't read you. Got you filtered you pathetic little moron. We know you are an alias of one of the morons created on the 26th October 2016. 😎|
|Smooth take off for IAG this morning. Well done Willy.|
|Is the Imp drunk already ffsThe share price rises and the Imp becomes more intoxicated.|
|donkeystone 28 Oct '16
"most idiots never ever reveal views exactly"
You can at least comprehend what most idiots say though. Capital 'M' at the beginning of the sentence ending with a '.'.|
|Pain for some of the cautious.
Stocks fell on Friday, curbed by the continued surge in global bond yields, while the dollar hit a three-month high against the yen as investors grew more confident that the Federal Reserve will raise U.S. interest rates by the end of the year.
Benchmark 10-year U.S. and euro zone yields rose to their highest since May and 10-year British yields were firmly on track for their biggest monthly rise since January 2009, the second biggest in over 20 years.
Investors' focus turns to third quarter U.S. gross domestic product figures later on Friday after upbeat jobless claims, manufacturing and home sales data on Thursday strengthened the case for the Fed to raise rates by the year-end|
|most idiots never ever reveal views exactly|
|Aceuk 28 Oct '16 - 09:39 - 187925 of 187926 0 0
No need for that 'old boy' but it confirms I won the argument so thank you.|
|Aceuk 28 Oct '16 - 09:11
"Minerve sorry but on that one you really don't have clue or understanding - Alp in his time had to deal with Americans at a very high level (much higher than I have ever been or will be) and we for our sins have distributed USA product nationwide in the UK for many years."
I have lived in the United States! The company I founded had a subsidiary over there. I have worked for IBM. My GF has worked for Compaq/DEC. Some of our friends are owners of a reasonably well known and very old US company. I have met and know a lot of senior people in Disney. I have socialized with US oil lobbyists. I have friends all over the US. Therefore I know Americans! I know the difference between good ones and bad ones! It is the same in any country. I know some Americans - church going families - you didn't need to shake hands at all - their word was their bond.
So please shut-up. Reserve comment until you know who you are dealing with.|
|Lloyds’ margin call is encouraging, says UBS
News that Lloyds (LLOY) will keep its 2017 net interest margin in line with this year’s is a ‘statement of confidence’ in the future of the bank, said UBS.
Analyst Jason Napier retained his ‘buy’ recommendation and increased the target price from 65p to 67p following third quarter (Q3) results on Wednesday. Underlying profits were 2% better than expected at £1,912 million but news that the net interest margin would be 2.7% was what mattered most.
‘On the conference call management announced that Lloyds aims to hold the 2017 net interest margin in line with 2016’s guided 2.7%,’ he said. ‘This was significant news – seeing the share rally 4% intra-day – and implies an increase from the guided Q4 2016 margin as deposit re-pricing catches up with the impact of the Bank of England policy rate cut applied to the mortgage book.’
He added that on a revised estimate Lloyds traded at tangible net asset value for a forecast return on tangible equity of 11%, 8.9x 2017 earnings per share and with a running dividend yield of 5% and 7% in 2016 and 2017 respectively.
‘With substantial capital upside and strong running yield, we retain our ‘buy’ recommendation,̵7; said Napier.
The shares added 1.5p yesterday to close at 57.4p|
|used to be called Survival of the fittest.|
|Are the non locals in better health then LADESIDE, of don't you have any in your area?|
|Minerve sorry but on that one you really don't have clue or understanding - Alp in his time had to deal with Americans at a very high level (much higher than I have ever been or will be) and we for our sins have distributed USA product nationwide in the UK for many years.|
|My Doctors surgery is full of people born in the area.|
|We've always checked a lot more than our fingers after shaking hands and/or doing business with an American ;-)|