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|You're missing a lot of cutting-edge research, mostly expressed as optimistic equine metaphors.|
|I have Chinese and Chesty on filter.
Am I missing any hard facts?|
|Clear run north, lets go stallion.|
|GO GO HORSEY !|
|Good Start !|
|Still far to cheap, Barclays can do one....|
|I agree with CHESTY MORGAN !|
|Looking nice again today.|
|Divi has now been re-invested let's get heading back north now.|
|FTSEs doing well !|
|Looking much better|
|Divi in my account and will be safely invested back into sl. Tomorrow.|
|Would also say positive for SL.|
|It has to e a positive|
|Government U turn on annuity funds change introduced by Osbourne last year may be a positive/sensible move for the market..interesting arguments from opposite opinions but on balance seems to be the right one by the majority...any views?|
|460 sounds very nice... better than bloody Barclays|
|Buy rec from Macquarie and upgrade to 460p which happens to be my tgt based on inverted H&S over last 6mths and yield. The fund performance has improved since Aug and the drop in sterling accelerates that|
|I apologise. The person who wrote the RNS was in fact communicating in Frontier Gibberish. I've found this clip of him talking at the last AGM:
|Caradog they have already RNS'ed it before close today.|
|From the BBC financial news website:
You may recall that last week the chief City regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), said that about 90,000 people should be compensated for being given a bad deal when they bought an annuity, sometime between 2008 and 2015.
Now Standard Life says it is one of the firms which is having to go back through its past annuity sales, to see who might be eligible for a payment.
"At the request of the FCA, Standard Life will conduct a review of all non-advised annuity sales from July 2008 to identify whether our customers received sufficient information about enhanced annuities to make the right decisions about their purchase," the life insurer says.
"It is not yet possible to determine a reliable estimate of the quantum of any redress associated with this process."
At issue was the failure of insurers to tell customers in poor health that their conditions meant they could receive an "enhanced" annuity with higher payouts, or indeed shop around for one.|
|Yes CHESTY1 will also reinvest divi.|