FTSE FOR FRIDAY (FTSE:UKX) & BRENT CRUDE again. Before launching a breathless monologue about Fridays potentials, it's probably best to mention OIL. Last time we discussed BRENT, we suggested in Oil Index needed better 8940 to be taken seriously.
SYMPHONY ENVIRONMENTAL (LSE:SYM) For some reason, the word "environmental" has adopted similar cache to "health & safety", essentially suggesting something open to debate and ridicule. However, Symphony' share price movements are interesting in a fairly positive way.
JD SPORTS FASHION (LSE:JD.) We approach that awkward time of the year when fat sports enthusiasts insist on buying their favoured apparel, working on the basis watching sport on TV rather than doing it is good for you. Our thoughts turned to JD Sports, and their future share price potentials.
ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND (LSE:RBS) For some reason, we always find ourselves delaying any commentary against RBS. Unfortunately, the reason for this is a "what's the point" mindset as the sodding share rarely does anything useful. Or does it?
THE FTSE, THE FUTURE, The... whatever. (FTSE:UKX) A weekend with some truly surprising results. Apparently the West bombed somewhere without Russia intervening. Perhaps it was the Norfolk Broads, thus unnoticed by the media. More importantly, Formula 1 became interesting in China!