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I've been working up in the city all weekend and a point of note is that there are a lot more "trader types" in work today than usually on a bank holiday. Lots of chaufer cars outside ABN etc and more than the norminal amount of sports cars parked in the back streets of middlesex street.

Most markets open today, but usually August bank holiday is dead in london. Maybe they are all trying to impress the boss :-)

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Wall St´s open this afternoon though isn´t it? Doubt if much will happen (DOW Futures down 15 at the mo), but they've got to be there just in case I suppose.

Big crash is off till October. It's always October, isn't it? :lol: Sell in May, go away.

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Big crash is off till October. It's always October, isn't it? :lol: Sell in May, go away.

The whole phrase is 'Sell in May and go away, don't come back 'til St Leger Day' (10th Septermber). So I suppose the crash could start anytime from the 11th. Hang on, that rings a bell, 11th September hmmm :o

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when I worked in IBs in middle office at least 1/3 of us had to be in on UK bank holidays where markets were open elsewhere. (believe me, I want these people to be in trouble but trying to be balanced)

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