Lloyds Bank (LSE:LLOY) It's time for our monthly visit to Lloyds where we shuffle words around to try disguise the fact we're saying the same thing we've said for the last few months. Oddly though, this time we are saying it with a vague expectation something is about to happen.
CARD FACTORY - again (LSE:CARD) When we gave this as one of our ISA shares for 2017 (link here) the share price has performed in a fashion which makes the UK Brexit bloke seem sensible. It went up, it met our targets, it collapsed. But thankfully, with nothing close to our expectations.
MARSTONS PLC (LSE:MARS) The current meteor shower (think it is The Haemorrhoids) reminded just how bright Mars shines in the current dark winter sky. It also served to remind us to update our outlook against Marstons share price as we last glanced at them in early 2015
FTSE this week (FTSE:UKX) & GBP EUR In common with, we suspect, most of the UK, we've some doubts as to the integrity of any vaunted agreement between our esteemed leaders and the European mob. However, currency markets appear on the verge of taking it seriously.
FTSE FOR FRIDAY (FTSE:UKX) Sometimes, the utter boredom inflicted by the market leads one down a strange path. Thursday was a case in point, the morning session used productively by figuring out the lead guitar bit of Girls Aloud tune, "Love Machine". Only once note perfect did the "why" question rear its head?