Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Metro Bank Plc LSE:MTRO London Ordinary Share GB00BZ6STL67 ORD 0.0001P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  2.60 1.24% 211.60 209.40 210.20 212.60 205.60 212.60 858,687 16:35:06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 444.4 40.6 29.1 7.3 365

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19/10/2019
17:04
MG260, I do not see you adding any wisdom. From what I have seen to date you rather call names, and believe what you think is the higher ground. stupid is as stupid does. Lol.
smartie6
19/10/2019
17:02
And passed
sentimentrules
19/10/2019
17:02
Monday? Hard to get legislation typed up that fast.
sentimentrules
19/10/2019
17:01
I would probably change your last sentence FXP. Do you mean reaction?
smartie6
19/10/2019
17:00
Lifting the lid on metro lovers.. Sr and fxprotrader,call everyone else pikeys when all they do is hang around public toilets all day and ride the underground all night so they can charge their phones and use the free wifi. No friends or family so constantly post bellend comments all day. Very very sad.Bet you even got matching rain jackets and dogs to keep you warm.
mg260
19/10/2019
17:00
Have to agree with FXP, my own opinion is that we will see a similar reaction to Friday, Banks opening slightly down before rallying. USD and Euro following similar. Nothing really has changed.
smartie6
19/10/2019
16:59
the vote will take place on Monday, so any reaction will happen then
fxprotrader
19/10/2019
16:58
The only interesting point is that No Deal odds have not changed that much as now showing 13/2. That said ratify or extend is 1/12. Hoping BJ and the Leavers can still play this game out well. Appears from reviewing media stories that the end game as always been No Deal.
smartie6
19/10/2019
16:56
So how will the market react ?
ammu12
19/10/2019
16:55
It truly is SR, and I think more worrying is that some of them are oblivious to it. I heard many views of ordinary people on Friday of last week, lunchtime radio, in which the anger was clear to see. Each advising they would never vote labour again. These were people who had voted labour all their life. Shocking.
smartie6
19/10/2019
16:54
Luckily?Hahaha u been crossing your fingers for 5 years and I'm still here u filthy pigHahahaha u hate that
1oughton
19/10/2019
16:52
Labour will be annihilated at a GEBring it onCan't wait to kick out the remainiac scum
1oughton
19/10/2019
16:51
I'd be surprised if labour had 100-150 seats in next election
sentimentrules
19/10/2019
16:50
Yes the remainers are devastating the UK. It's shocking
sentimentrules
19/10/2019
16:49
Deal v no deal leave. A fair 2nd ref
sentimentrules
19/10/2019
16:49
SR, the remainers will continue to fight to get their own way. Failing to understand the damage it has done to the Country and the impact on Democracy. They will not allow a general election as the number that will lose their seat will be shocking. You only have to see the polls in the North of England whereby Labour have been shown in recent months to have lost significant numbers. In some parts falling from 48% to 20% and Conservative gains behind the Brexit party. It is possible that Labour could be looking at less than 200 seats in an election.
smartie6
19/10/2019
16:43
Look at the liberal. At it again. Put the deal to a vote..... Scared to put Leave v Remain to the vote again as he knows that would be a loss. What he fails to understand is that it is not over yet, and just as they say, kicking the can down the road, this does not resolve things either way. If it is to be a referendum then so be it, but let a true referendum occur and not manipulation. Leave v Deal after all the UK decided to leave and should now decide on what terms.
smartie6
19/10/2019
16:36
"You do not want democracy to make the final decision" Final decision was made anyway in June 2016. Your hardly going to say that referendum was not democratic or indeed just some practise run are you?
sentimentrules
19/10/2019
16:36
And that's why it is 3.5 years later...
sentimentrules
19/10/2019
16:35
I have no real wish to see Brexit or no Brexit. Longer the indecision goes on the better. Great for markets
sentimentrules
19/10/2019
16:32
That's right. You do not want democracy to make the final decision. You Hard Brexiteers still pinch yourselves that you got the first vote through.We will see
stoneme
19/10/2019
16:25
And get pikey marge one too. So not to feel excluded. Probably helped you Rob the money anyway so fair is fair. .
sentimentrules
19/10/2019
16:20
In front of a bloomberg terminal. .
sentimentrules
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