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  1. Guy Hands is an idiot and monumentally screwed up the last two TF deals.
  2. Are we likely to see a good sale on air tickets soon then? Hopefully I'm off to New York in October but am holding out for a good deal.
  3. We appear to be on an upward trend according to those graphs. Perhaps the bulls are right.
  4. As someone that has the misfortune of working in Northamptonshire for a few days a week this doesn't surprise me at all.
  5. "The unique combination of high returns and tax free profits make Maxport an essential element of any investment portfolio today." http://www.centaurmax.com/maxport.html Sounds too good to be true ...
  6. Tesco's debt-fueled growth sparks investor backlash Bloomberg / London June 22, 2009, 0:19 IST Tesco Plc’s decade of international expansion has pushed debt ratios at the UK’s largest retailer to record levels, endangering the company’s credit rating and sparking a backlash from fund managers and bondholders. Bradley Mitchell, who helps oversee about $62 billion at Royal London Asset Management, said he stopped holding Tesco shares for the first time in 20 years in October as the stock didn’t adequately reflect the risks faced by the supermarket operator. Cheshunt, England-based Tesco has net debt of £9.6 billion ($15.6 billion) and this week sold £431 million of mortgage-backed bonds secured on commercial property. “Tesco never get to the point where they generate cash,†said Mitchell. “At the end of every year, they have more debt than they did at the start because there’s always new markets to invest in. I used to be a big fan, but there is a lot to be concerned about.†More here: http://www.business-standard.com/india/new...acklash/361743/
  7. So now is not a good time to start a company pension then?
  8. Terry Leahy is a relation of mine. I'll get a family member to quiz him about this at the next family do
  9. Has Financial Planner posted any more predictions for the FTSE?
  10. I don't seem to see a great deal of talk about Equity ISA's on here which could mean they are not worth the hassle. I've maxed out my Cash ISA's and am prepared to max out an Equity ISA for 3-5 years. Does this seem like a good return? http://www.fairinvestment.co.uk/barclays_r...ncome_bond.aspx
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