Monday, March 26, 2012

Speechless

UK in talks to sell part of RBS stake to Abu Dhabi

'The Treasury bought the RBS shares at an average of 50p each, almost double the current share price. While no deal is imminent, the government hopes that one can be agreed before Christmas.' Perhaps Abu Dhabi will let us continue to live in our homes?

Posted by will @ 06:32 PM (1567 views)
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5 thoughts on “Speechless

  • Lets hope this time they follow the Money Laundering regulations to the letter (oh hang on a minute that will scupper any deal !)

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  • Type Abu Dhabi human rights abuses into google.

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  • Why the surprise?

    The people in Abu Dhabi seem to have the requisite professional skills.

    ….they seem to be experts in human exploitation.

    What were you expecting of bankers ????? Doh!

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  • crash bandicoot says:

    I bet they’ll put the money into gold. It’s looking like the right time to buy back the gold that Gordon sold.

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  • doomdog – the ‘correct’ disctinction to be made in the middle east is not between dictatorships and non-dictatorships but between those regimes which support ‘stability’ (US/UK interests) and those which support ‘instability’ (Russian and Chinese interests).

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