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FTSE 100 4633.00-1.06%

A few of the RBS/Lloyds bb's aren't looking too happy today. Eveyone's getting edgy again.

Fear of the next leg down abounds. Results are priced in.

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FTSE 100 4633.00-1.06%

A few of the RBS/Lloyds bb's aren't looking too happy today. Eveyone's getting edgy again.

Fear of the next leg down abounds. Results are priced in.

indeed, US incomes down 1.3% in June. those who have less money can spend less, OR they default more.

probably both.

Edited by Bloo Loo

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indeed, US incomes down 1.6% in June. those who have less money can spend less, OR they default more.

probably both.

Bloody hell, it was 1.3 only half an hour ago, this is getting worse by the minute :P

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Bloody hell, it was 1.3 only half an hour ago, this is getting worse by the minute :P

Id already edited that...but it could be worse...people may have sold their portfolios on my misreporting!

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Noty really a story here. FTSE down 1% - my RBS shares were actually up 0.3% a minute or two ago.

Things were looking promising for 50p at some point this week. Not looking so great now though.

I bought a few yesterday morning too. :rolleyes:

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Totally unpredictable isn't it, I mean losses at Lloyds and RBS who would have guessed. The markets have priced it all in though.

Another one of my wee bets that's not looking too good now. If we see further falls again tomorrow (which we probably will) I'll cash out the £500. Last of the big spenders. :rolleyes:

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Totally unpredictable isn't it, I mean losses at Lloyds and RBS who would have guessed. The markets have priced it all in though.

"Totally unpredictable isn't it"

No, you are not consulting the planets enough

"The markets have priced it all in though"

Over the long term, I would agree

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Totally unpredictable isn't it, I mean losses at Lloyds and RBS who would have guessed. The markets have priced it all in though.

if its all priced in...why do the prices change?

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Random element (although predictable if you consult the stars (not Jordan))

full moon tomorrow....tomorrow night could be a bit hairy for bears.

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"Totally unpredictable isn't it"

No, you are not consulting the planets enough

Who should I contact on Mars, got any contacts.

Or should I contact someone further away say on HD 11977 b, HD 11964 d, or TrES-1 b?

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