Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust Plc LSE:SMT London Ordinary Share GB00BLDYK618 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -10.50 -1.72% 599.00 598.00 599.00 616.00 598.50 611.50 3,724,866 16:12:31
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 28.2 23.8 1.6 365.2 8,798

Scottish Mortgage Invest... Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/9/2019
10:16
A £30billion bid by HK this morning to take over the LSE IS HARDLY A SIGN OF OVERSEAS INVESTORS BEING CONCERNED ABOUT BREXIT. Project Brexit Fear is more like Project Brexit Smear put about by those who do not wish to honour the clear 2016 democratic vote to leave. GO FOR IT BORIS. I do hope that BORIS highlights this massive overseas bid as an enormous sign of confidence by the overseas communities in the UK irrespective of the Brexit outcome. If the HK bid for the LSE goes forward, this is potentially OUTSTANDING NEWS for ScoMo given their China interests. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
08/9/2019
16:51
Labour will get hammered believe me I live in the North and people have lost trust in them now after the Brexit debacle
tizo100
05/9/2019
08:25
Bookies odds this morning on who wins next general election: Conservatives 2/5 Labour 5/2 LibDems 14/1 Brexit party 16/1 odds drifting on Tories, shortening on Labour
quepassa
03/9/2019
13:20
Filter epo001 and move on
quepassa
03/9/2019
13:17
Filter QP and move on.
epo001
03/9/2019
12:32
Bookies odds today on who wins the next General Election: Conservatives: 2/7 Labour: 4/1 Brexit Party: 20/1 LibDems: 28/1
quepassa
03/9/2019
12:17
funny old world innit..... ....everyone says this is a ScoMo thread ....but since I stopped posting comprehensively about ScoMo after several years...this bulletin board and the ScoMo discussion have gone as flat as a pan-cake.. ..well, if people want to talk about ScoMo, let's hear your views, insights and opinions then.... ...because the silence has been truly deafening. oh... and by the way....i shall write what i want where i want...if i want to write about bookies odds here.....that is what i shall do
quepassa
03/9/2019
12:11
the bookies this morning: No Second EU referendum to be held: 1/33 General election to be held in 2019: 1/6
quepassa
03/9/2019
11:08
Que passa mirrors again, Scottish Mortgage investment trust discussion here not bookies odds
pockstones
03/9/2019
07:47
the bookies this morning: No Second EU referendum to be held: 1/33 General election to be held in 2019: 1/6
quepassa
02/9/2019
09:38
The chance that there will NOT be a second referendum is 1/20 according to the bookies.
pilkington
02/9/2019
08:39
What the bookies think:- Chance of a Second EU referendum: 1/20 Brexit Date: Before 31st Dec 8/13 Next General Election to be held in 2019: 4/9 Nigel Farage to become Prime Minister by 2025: 13/10
quepassa
31/8/2019
02:59
Hi Caradog - sorry for delay, been up in the air. There are quite a few possible avenues to respond to your post, which makes a number of assumptions. But since this is a SMT board, let's agree that our crystal balls differ ;-)
spangle93
30/8/2019
15:19
Spangle93. I agree it would be risky for Scotland to leave the Union and go it alone. As an independent state within the EU, however, I see no reason why a nation with a tradition of entrepreneurial adventure and engineering excellence wouldn’t do as well as similarly sized nations such as Denmark and Finland, especially as it would have the advantage of its remaining oil resources.
caradog
30/8/2019
14:24
"The arguments for doing so are identical to those you put forward to justify the UK’s withdrawal from the EU." Well, mostly but not totally. The difference is the likelihood of remaining an economically viable nation, which I can see for the UK outside EU but not Scotland outside the UK. Just an opinion from someone north of the border who is already taxed more heavily than colleagues in England
spangle93
30/8/2019
13:02
QP's INDEPENDENCE DAY COUNT-DOWN CLOCK. 66 DAYS AND COUNTING UNTIL INDEPENDENCE DAY ON 1st. NOVEMBER.
quepassa
30/8/2019
11:08
galeforce1 utterly agree with you about QuePassa, not only completely off the point, which is important to a thread like this but also pompous (he uses phrases like 'proffer advice'), aggressive and so fanatical that he does not appear to have even noticed hat all the world's marketing brains are rapidly withdrawing their money from the UK and shorting the pound. Fortunately you can filter him out, as I have done and he can rant away with himself as much as he likes. Byebye QuePassa!
2torrance
29/8/2019
17:03
QP's INDEPENDENCE DAY COUNT-DOWN CLOCK. 67 DAYS AND COUNTING UNTIL INDEPENDENCE DAY ON 1st. NOVEMBER.
quepassa
29/8/2019
12:53
WHY DON'T YOU ANSWER THE FOUR QUESTIONS. 1975 was almost 45 years ago. From a loose trading partnership, the Brussels tentacles have since changed to become an all-encompassing stranglehold which stifles the UK's natural trading and commercial flair, entrepreneurship as well as traditions, including the important union with Scotland. The Scots Referendum was not even 5 years ago. Some Scots have a big chip on their shoulder about all that old guff of " being spoken down to from on-high by Westminster". That is just out-dated and thread-bare romantic Scots folk-lore rubbish. -55% of Scotland wanted to remain with the UK. It seems to me that Scotland does a particularly poor job of self-governing since powers were devolved from Westminster. Only Scotland raised taxes. Just about says it all - a great injustice by those presently in power.
quepassa
29/8/2019
12:16
The Scots have a perfect right to withdraw from a Union they decided to join. The arguments for doing so are identical to those you put forward to justify the UK’s withdrawal from the EU. They certainly feel that they are subject to greater chauvinism and condescension from London than Brussels. Referendum results are not binding in perpetuity. After all the UK voted in a referendum to stay in the EU in 1975 and that has been reversed.
caradog
29/8/2019
11:43
would you :- 1. care to say how many people elected Sturgeon after Salmond's departure. 2. care to explain why Sturgeon wants liberation from the UK but wants to remain beholden to, tethered by, dictated to, and spoken down to from on high by Brussels. 3. care to say how many Scots voted for and against in the 2014 Scots independence referendum 4. care to say why Sturgeon is not standing by and wanting to honour the democratic voice of the good Scots people who voted in 2014 be remain united with the UK all imo. dyor. qp
quepassa
29/8/2019
10:53
I think Scotland feels much the same about being liberated from a political union in which an unelected PM gets the unelected head of state to suspend the elected assembly against its will.
caradog
29/8/2019
10:20
Filter and ignore, people commenting on idiots are as bad as the idiots.
epo001
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