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- bargainbob 18:00:52 21/11/2014
- Industry sources had expected that RBS would be the British bank that fared weakest in the test and the result reflects progress made by Chief Executive Ross McEwan in simplifying the bank and bolstering its capital strength. Lol
- gotnorolex 16:35:39 21/11/2014
- Strong Santa rally on its way with Dow heading towards 18,000! Then comes the 5 trillion a day FX fixing scandal to deal with, that's when the whole domino stack tumbles. Will it happen after the election? Who knows!
- cm44 12:00:03 21/11/2014
- Problem for Draghi is that while the U.S. and China alter rates or indulge in QE as only from a self interest point of view,he has to consider all the eurozone countries who will surely only want to see their side of things,don't envy his job mandate.
- gotnorolex 11:13:13 21/11/2014
- Can't keep up with my Protopage RSS at the moment, it's spewing out city news at a rate of knots. It's completely a free site if any of you are interested. I've promises to keep but will be back before close of play.
- Dope007 11:10:55 21/11/2014
- At least china can cut rates. UK/USA/EU cannot. For the first time ever the west is collapsing headlong into recession with rates at ZERO. Well negative in Germany now for some savers. How anyone can spin that as good news is beyond me. In reality it is absolutely frightening
- broadwood 10:53:23 21/11/2014
- The quickest way, supposedly, is to encourage growth which in itself reduces deficits - although stringent reforms will still be hugely necessary by the likes of France, Italy and others. QE seems to have helped the US economy to get back on a growth footing. Hence the remorseless rise of the dollar and the calamitous fall in gold. All to play for.
- Aceuk 10:45:44 21/11/2014
- Feck knows what's going to happen when markets decide Central Banks must reduce their balance sheets forcing governments to actually get a grip on the size of their businesses .... austerity, pah, you ain't seen nothing yet!
- mr.elbee 09:21:53 21/11/2014
- of course there is no reference to us mug voters..that's the way things always have been in GB...just a very elaborate pretence at participatory democracy. It will never change..and why should it? Would you do any better?
- bbalanjones 07:45:59 21/11/2014
- Man’s headaches due to tapeworm living in his brain for four years. UKIP voting trend identified! A worm called Nigel! hTTp://www.theguardian.com/science/2014/nov/21/tapeworm-parasite-mans-brain-four-years-china
- broadwood 14:18:30 20/11/2014
- It would be interesting to know exactly where all these fines imposed on the banks are going to. I've no doubt the banks deserve them in most cases but each time it happens it makes the 'victim' bank that much weaker and consequently less able to lend. Its a Catch 22 for sure.
- mr.elbee 14:08:39 20/11/2014
- Which bank would you rather be in of the big six? Which bank is the favourite of the Coalition government and Regulators? Which bank is predicted to return to a healthy divi and capital growth? It is not difficult to answer any of these questions. The answer is the same in each case,.
- Alphorn 14:47:54 18/11/2014
- cm - rights/obligations, for which you pay or receive a premium, under equity options expire each month. As the expiry date gets closer the holder will need to watch the various elements of the option (share price/option price/remaining premium etc) to decide whether they need to take any action or let the option expire. Same applies for xd dates etc but that complicates.