LONDON -- For the second day running, Borders & Southern Petroleum
Is this a bargain priced to go, or a falling knife set to spear investors foolhardy enough to reach out for it?
David Kuo's analysis yesterday laid out the facts regarding the dry well south of the Falklands that Borders has now abandoned, and he also highlighted which fellow Falklands oilie could be a beneficiary by taking up Borders' now unneeded oil rig.
So perhaps we shouldn't be surprised, then, to see that very company -- Falkland Oil & Gas
And TD Direct's clients sensed bargain prices among the big boys, too. Barclays
According to the BBC, the Financial Service Authority's Lord Turner and Sir Mervyn King had regarded Diamond as "the individual most responsible for an unacceptable culture at the top of Barclays." Sir Mervyn told MPs that "the Barclays board ... was deeply reluctant to face up to [our] concerns."
Just behind Barclays, Aviva
Finally, out of nowhere, Yell Group
Are they right? Time will tell.
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