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Hail we have a new Messiah! :)

Mock ye not!

Hear my words and enter the kingdom of houses.

It is easier for a non-landlord to enter the kingdom than for shysters like you! :)

Anyway, whatever replaces this system will be run by similar psychopaths.

So, prepare for armegeddon and know your place in society - always the bottom of the pile!!

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The ftse contains anti-gravity AND the bankers have discovered anti-matter! :)

they may have discovered anti-matter, but they already knew that the rest of the population dont-matter.

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Tell me in my ignorance - does the Ftse have in place computerised 'stops' to stop it going UP too far in one session or ONLY for when the prices drop too much in one session/automated sell-offs (allowing the spivs to get their money out first)?

One-way 'betting' Casino again?

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Tell me in my ignorance - does the Ftse have in place computerised 'stops' to stop it going UP too far in one session or ONLY for when the prices drop too much in one session/automated sell-offs (allowing the spivs to get their money out first)?

One-way 'betting' Casino again?

I am keeping my MP busy by getting him clarify where the coalition stands on Flash trading and share frontrunning. Seems blind eyes are being turned again.

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if an element of the FTSE "fails", it is replaced with a new element.

always has been.

compare the FTSE of 2000, 1990, 1980 and you'll see the mix is different.

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  • 260 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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