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|The Tories speaking of a millipede style cap on household energy bills.
General Election 2017: Energy bill cap 'will hit consumers'|
|Always something with kids around Aleman, hopefully the warmer weather will improve things, once the pollen calms down a bit that is!
Skinny, what have a I missed on SSE, why the fall?|
|Good morning. I'm glad to be back into the school routine. The holiday was too tiring. No.3 still has a chesty cough and tends to wake us at night. No.1 came out with a nasty blistering skin reaction which quickly cleared when I removed the suspected Tesco antibacterial handwash. He has no previous history of skin conditions and a bit of research suggests issues with additives in that product.
It's been a sunny start here but we've just been hit by a blustery grey cold spell. It looks like it's snowing but it is the cherry blosson from the front of the house falling in the back garden!
Our dessert apple trees blossomed over the weakend. The bramleys look like haging on a few days more with this cold snap.|
|Many thanks Skinny. Very useful to understand the mechanics behind whats happening.I figured out not to use accelerator by trial and error but had a few heart stopping moments.
"Touch the accelerator and you’ll often career backwards a bit faster than you might expect"
Described the sensation perfectly|
|Shadowside - When I was researching the car, I read (amongst others) this article which mentions just those traits.
It could have been worse MrP!
A bit of an over reaction on SSE?|
|Hi Skinny, Hope the Ateca arrives in the not too distant future. Will be interested in your thoughts on DSG auto box. Wife has an Audi A3 with essentially the same drive train ( 1.4 TSI/DSG ) and after the XF it took a bit of getting used to. Initially I found as soon as I lifted my foot off the brake it moved rather more sharply than I expected...interesting when in supermarket car parks.
Found out over the weekend ( you probably already know) that it is not manufactured by SEAT but built in the SKODA plant in Czech republic. I find that reassuring as SKODA generally have much better reliability record than SEAT.
As for the second coming of St Tony!!.........Good election move for May would be to send him to the War Crimes tribunal.|
Certainly timed his exit well.
It was Mrs Blair I couldn't stand.|
|Heaven forbid - Could Tony Blair make a comeback?|
|No - no real need for 4WD - I've gone for the 1.4 ECO TSI XCELLENCE DSG.|
|My next door neighbour has just taken ownership of a Seat Ateca in white. Looks nice Skinny, is your one 4WD ?
|Be afraid small child, be afraid..|
Shadowside - since I ordered it at the end of January, I've emailed once a month for an update - the last time at the beginning of April.
This was the dealers comment :- "the factory won’t confirm the build week until four weeks prior to build so I don’t really have news for you".
I'll be emailing at the beginning of May - although to be fair, at the outset he did say it would probably be late May/early June.
I've still only seen one on the road.
A very grey day here today with a high of 13°C forecast - dropping to a high of 10°C on Tuesday.
Roll on Summer.|
|Broadly flat for me. YTD down a bit on the week to -5.6%.
Bright day but little direct sun. Yorkshire looks to have been the warmest part of the UK. We had 17.6C after 6.7C overnight. After telling us the week would get colder, it's been warmer. I don't know what to expect with more cold forecasted.
I'm only just starting research as I've been busy with other stuff. A main dealer service and unanticipated new coil was very expensive. Might use out local back street garage next year.
Bantams need only a point for the play-offs or either of two other teams not to win so a good weekend is hopefully on the cards. I hope that extends to the rest of you.|
|Another funny old day. I'm up 0.078% on the day today (FTSE100 -0.056%), down -1.99% on the week (FTSE100 -2.91%) but up +3.05% YTD (FTSE100 -0.40% and HIX -1.99%).
Best rises: MKS +1.92%, S32 +1.23% and SSE +1.19%.
Worst falls: WMH -1.51%, BP. -1.18% and TW. -1.04%.
Best rises YTD: TW. +31.73%, ULVR +19.97% and IMI +17.12%.
Worst falls YTD: PSON -23.21%, TSCO -153.78% and BT.A -15.25%.
I was supposed to have a pub lunch with friends today, but none materialised. I have reported the situation to the Hon Sec. Usually we are 6 or 8 present.
ADVFN didn't indicate that shares had closed this afternoon, except for AIM shares. It went on well after 5pm, and I didn't look after that. They had the closing prices correctly, but didn't mark the shares as closed. After hours trading continued as always, but that doesn't affect the closing auction.
Onward to the weekend. I hear that they are forecasting cold wseather after tomorrow, with possible wintry showers. I am going to Ipswich by train. Must wrap up well.
Enjoy the weekend.
|A good week for small caps. +0.5% 0n the day +2.5% on the week and +5.7% YTD.
When is the Ateca due Skinny? Must be about now. Its on my list so interested as to how you get on.Still seems to be getting good reviews.
High pressure jetted the polytunnel today and reordered heated greenhouse so everything looks a lot better. First tomatoe set. Plums and pears look to have set well and most apple trees in blossom. Just hope next weeks frost isn't too severe.
Enjoy your weekends.
|Thanks Skinny! And well done on your YTD figure, you've obviously avoided the worst of the last few weeks!|
|My SIPP finished up 0.11%, -1.24% on the week and is +5.54% YTD.
Enjoy your weekend, especially Sunday MrP!|
|freddie, sad to see another well known and respected business being taken overseas http://www.globalconstructionreview.com/companies/uk-giant-atkins-so7ld-can7adas-s7nc-lavalin-36bn/
Not familiar with Ithaca, but sad all the same|