Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Shangri-LA Asia LSE:SHA London Ordinary Share BMG8063F1068 ORD HK$1
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 24.85 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/2/2020
10:01
BA - sorry, I thought you were being serious; not duplicitous. Anyway - end of....
skyship
20/2/2020
09:54
Ptolemy - I think I tend towards central bank money flows as the primary driver of some bubbles. Put it this way, central bank debt heads ever higher as yields squeeze ever further down the curve, gold and other pms are up, equities are up, property is up. Everything is up. All assets are inflated. There is rampant inflation, but the CB definitions refuse to acknowledge this because assets are assets and not living costs. Its a tautological fallacy. However whilst free money persists the worst approach to take is not to own assets as that is the dividing line between rich and poor.
hpcg
20/2/2020
09:34
Like Pavlov's dog this one. You do realise I posted 106,554 in order to prompt 106,556. Like I posted many times before, why not let your arrogance make way for your intellect a bit more often..
blusteradjuster
20/2/2020
09:23
BA: Agreed, no problem though....just don't drink on an empty stomach next time 😊
skyship
20/2/2020
08:55
GRG and BOO 'trying' to make new highs. Two impressive companies but check those P/E ratios. GRG expanding into Asda - smacks of saturation and dwindling returns on new openings.
blusteradjuster
20/2/2020
08:48
An embarrassing performance.
blusteradjuster
20/2/2020
08:32
No problem....though I do find it disappointing that some here actually ticked his post. From the time of his post he may have been drunk; perhaps the tickers were too!
skyship
20/2/2020
08:32
...thanks Aleman for keeping us informed. Busy elsewhere today but looks as of stocks are going to be better nonetheless.
hazl
20/2/2020
08:30
Looks a very large jump in the South Korea reported numbers overnight.
essentialinvestor
20/2/2020
08:23
Just go back to the GBO thread SKYSHIP, he (coincidentally, I am sure) changed his name from JAZZA just after the fraud was discovered and everyone lost their shirt. Apologies for mixing you up in this
yieldhunter
20/2/2020
08:23
Cases outside China 1257 +126 (+12.2%). Deaths 10 +4 (+67%). Not looking so good today. Death rate trending a bit higher than 1%. Hopefully still under 2%. Still doesn't account for those going undiagnosed, which will likely be increasing as the virus escapes tracking into the wider community outside China.
aleman
20/2/2020
08:14
PPS breaking upwards
volsung
20/2/2020
00:16
Chinese economy still at the bottom of the cliff according to a number of proxy measures. hTtps://www.zerohedge.com/economics/terrifying-charts-show-chinas-economy-remains-completely-paralyzed But, "only" 331 new cases in Hubei today. Largely down to the change in definition highlighted above. There were actually 615 new cases in Wuhan, but a net reduction in the rest of Hubei province. 108 new deaths. The net effect is that the simple death rate has ticked up slightly. Running at 3.5% in Wuhan (up from 2.8% on 13 Feb) and 2.6% in rHubei (up from 1.9% on 13 Feb). edit: I should add that the recovery rate across Hubei has also gone up markedly, now at 16.7% (vs only 12.1% in Wuhan alone). hTtp://wjw.hubei.gov.cn/fbjd/dtyw/202002/t20200220_2141274.shtml
7kiwi
19/2/2020
22:50
Smoke, fire and quid pro quo. htTps://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-51566470 A lawyer for Julian Assange has alleged that President Donald Trump offered to pardon the Wikileaks founder, if he said Russia was not involved in leaking emails during the 2016 US election.
blusteradjuster
19/2/2020
21:20
Hi Skyship, It has been a while since you hid, cowardly, behind your second avatar yieldhunter. I guess a certain self-exiled resident of south-west France is very pleased to see an unelected psychopath like Dominic Cummins and various liars/egotists rule rampant over those who actually reside day-to-day in the U.K.
blusteradjuster
19/2/2020
21:08
Hear hear, vote jazza!
yieldhunter
19/2/2020
20:58
IDS is arrogant/subversive way beyond his intellect/competence - after plotting against the Tory leadership and seizing it, he proved completely out of his depth as leader. How would someone who lied about his modest academic capacity/achievement have the slightest clue how to deal effectively with: Need to increase productivity. Need to increase wages and not rely on cheap labor. (err, labour). Need to train. Need to reduce pressure on services. Need to reduce pressure on housing.
blusteradjuster
19/2/2020
20:46
Whatever they actually aim to do, they will botch it - even with Cummins and his data-aware misfits. They are good at playing games, dodging/shifting blame - shame they don’t have the capacity for the dry, mechanistic minutiae of doing the hard, important things right.
blusteradjuster
19/2/2020
20:43
Don’t agree with Mason (who is a bit extreme/prone to hyperbole himself). Whatever the motivation, I doubt ‘xenophobic, deindustrialised pariah state’ is the goal.
blusteradjuster
19/2/2020
20:01
Have ticked that up henry....are you Jekyll and Hyde?
hazl
19/2/2020
19:59
https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/stock-news/81797527/eu-nations-square-up-for-budget-clash-after-britai
hazl
19/2/2020
19:01
EI - I agree 2024 is lost and I agree with Paul Mason, next year we will see deportations to Krakow and Bucharest. If I was younger I would seriously consider emigrating, the UK is going down a very unpleasant path.
spittingbarrel
19/2/2020
18:21
It comes to something when British gypsies complain that their seasonal work has been taken over by eastern Europeans who can live on wages the Brits can't live on. These low skill manual workers need a decent living wage.
henryatkin
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