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|Next Friday, you muppets. Figures Thursday. Going to be superb with a 1p dividend is my forecast. Friday morning 61p.|
montyhedge 22 Jul'16 - 14:29 - 180521 of 180548 0 0
If these are not 61p Friday Morning, then I'm not the No.1 trader.|
|monty demoted to no;2 now...|
|try the filter button ferrett
|montyhedge- your forecast of 61p is slightly at odds with your previous forecast of 41p- and NO you are not an even moderate trader|
|Big after hours buys on the old nag|
|The drop was in the Service sector and it was just one point less than anticipated, imo the market has been wanting a reason to drop a few points and it took its chance today!|
|another terror attack in Munich now - gunmen on the rampage in shopping centre with several dead.|
raffles the gentleman thug
|Figures showing a sharp drop in UK economic activity should be treated with caution, according to Patrick Minford, a professor at Cardiff Business School who argued for Brexit.
The Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) - which showed business confidence and activity at their lowest level since 2009 - was "taken at the height of post-Brexit 'Project Fear'", Professor Minford said.
The Bank of England released a report pointing the other way earlier this week. Employment figures from May are also still very strong, he said.
"It's possible we'll have a bump in the third quarter, but we'll recover from it I think," he told BBC News.
The PMI data were collected between July 12-21, when Theresa May had just become the new Prime Minister.|
|Jacko - well done on UU, writing covered calls on your holding would give a big boost to your yield. Aviva - wait for the results, put on watch list.|
|Lloyds price seems be following GBP/USD in general over recent months.
£ is down again today. In general, the opposite seems to be true for UK listed Pharma / Mining stocks.|
|Alp...have held United Utilty for several years, often trade them as well. The morning after Brexit they fell sharply so I bought 50 contracts of the August 920 calls, cashed them out with a nice profit. I still hold the stock which I check for any option plays. Aviva,,I will have a look.|
|FTSE100 heading for 12 month high's
LLOY heading for 3 year Low's|
|....and another one. Superglass, the UK's largest independent glass wool maker to be taken over.|
|Slightly strange share price movement - is there something unpleasant in the results that has leaked???|
|buyer at 50p|
|Oddly I too feel compelled to buy some into the close. These poor shares have already lost half the dividend we expect to be paid this year|
raffles the gentleman thug
|I've just averaged down below 70p for the first time for (what seems) an age, boom or bust next week !!|
|montyhedge 22 Jul'16 - 14:29 - 180521 of 180530 0 0
If these are not 61p Friday Morning, then I'm not the No.1 trader.
I'll hold you to that!|
e j blythe
|Buy volume bigger than sell volume !|
|Poor old Lloyds missing the FTSE 100 party, even Barclays are up.|
|Jacko - I don't share your view that because others maybe in a mess that we are not.
Buying bombed out stocks where others fear to tread is an approach over the long term. There may be safer candidates than Lloyds - eg Aviva, United Utilites???