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National Bank of Greece SA Spon Message Board

markmarydomdom 13 posts  |  Last Activity: 8 hours ago Member since: Jan 7, 2013
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    where we going from here?

    by markmarydomdom Sep 5, 2014 10:50 AM
    markmarydomdom markmarydomdom 8 hours ago Flag

    try this one American Capital Agency Corp., 7.75% Dep Shares Ser B Cumul Red Preferred Stock trading at 24.40

  • Reply to

    where we going from here?

    by markmarydomdom Sep 5, 2014 10:50 AM
    markmarydomdom markmarydomdom 9 hours ago Flag

    I have SAN from 2008 with div reinv too :)) also SAN.prA RBS pr I,G,

  • Reply to

    where we going from here?

    by markmarydomdom Sep 5, 2014 10:50 AM
    markmarydomdom markmarydomdom 9 hours ago Flag

    I know it's good to see JACK around:) Well my question for you will be with your background in oil/gas what do you think of EXXI and ATLAS?
    Abt BPOPP I don't know a lot of sorry and for REIT I have AGNCP MTGE but I'm on the way to sell them because if the rate start to go up they can go down a lot!

  • Reply to

    where we going from here?

    by markmarydomdom Sep 5, 2014 10:50 AM
    markmarydomdom markmarydomdom 10 hours ago Flag

    i don't mind at all :) I'm happy to hear your picks special if they are like my:) For EXXI we will have to wait the next Q if it goes the upside it could be BIG... in the mid time i'll collect the DIV.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    where we going from here?

    by markmarydomdom Sep 5, 2014 10:50 AM
    markmarydomdom markmarydomdom 11 hours ago Flag

    I think that NBG is recovering, special finansbank now that election are done(in Turkey) it will be more stable too! The problem is coming with the Greek election... I still have some of this pref and they are just became Boring!!! The new BCE LITRO program is going to be big for greek banks,will see!!! i'll reduce my position only over the $20!
    krtrlb
    Do you have any other interesting IDEAS? I'm on EXXI, ATLS, LYG.
    Good luck

    Sentiment: Hold

  • markmarydomdom by markmarydomdom Sep 5, 2014 10:50 AM Flag

    Anyone?

    Sentiment: Hold

  • Reply to

    Rolling LNG to CQP

    by momentum_play Jul 23, 2014 1:11 AM
    markmarydomdom markmarydomdom Aug 15, 2014 1:11 PM Flag

    I have LNG from $2.48 in my rollover I took profits at 48, 55, 64!! I have a 2837% gain:)) and now i'm thinking
    to move a list 50% of my LNG into The CQP the $3 div for next 15 years it's very good play. My question is why you say that we will pay only 15% in tax? is this one an MLP with K1 form?
    Thanks

    Sentiment: Buy

  • markmarydomdom markmarydomdom Aug 14, 2014 3:38 PM Flag

    Last in this list is SandRidge Energy Inc. (NYSE:SD), a $2.6 billion market cap oil and natural gas company engaged in exploration, development and production activities in the Mid Continent, Gulf of Mexico and Gulf Coast. Similar to BlackBerry Ltd (NADSAQ:BBRY)’s case, SandRidge Energy Inc. (NYSE:SD)’s stock gained 14% over the second quarter of the year, making the Fairfax’s stake worth more than $232 million. However, the stock price has plummeted over the past month, losing more than 20%, largely affecting the fund’s returns for the third quarter of the year.
    Leon Cooperman’s Omega Advisors also saw its stake in SandRidge Energy Inc. (NYSE:SD) gain value over the second quarter of the year. However, the fund sold almost 1 million shares over the period, profiting from the price increase, and slightly diminishing the impact of the recent stock price fall. Omega Advisors last disclosed ownership of 46.78 million shares of the company, worth approximately $334 million. However, at current stock prices, the position is worth only $243 million.

  • markmarydomdom by markmarydomdom Aug 14, 2014 3:18 PM Flag

    13F did he reduced the SD position? the 13F is out!

    Sentiment: Hold

  • Reply to

    Rolling LNG to CQP

    by momentum_play Jul 23, 2014 1:11 AM
    markmarydomdom markmarydomdom Jul 29, 2014 10:31 AM Flag

    Hi, how do you come up with 10% number? When I can find the info on LNG rolling up on CQP? Thanks

    Sentiment: Hold

  • The article is on Reuters!! copy and past the title on google search... yahoo doesn't make post it!

  • Reuters) - The European Commission has approved National Bank of Greece's (NBG) restructuring plan, which includes reducing NBG's stake in Turkey's Finansbank .

    NBG was one of Greece's big four banks that were rescued with state aid during the country's debt crisis. The Commission then reviewed NBG's business plan to see if it was in line with EU state aid rules.

    "The measures already implemented and those envisaged in the future will enable the bank to fully restore its long-term viability, while limiting the distortions of competition brought about by the state aid granted," the Commission said on Wednesday.

    NBG, majority owned by Greece's bank rescue fund HFSF which was funded with 50 billion euros from the country's bailout, has begun to implement salary cuts, branch closures and other cost-cutting moves, including an early retirement plan.

    The restructuring plan also envisages NBG cutting its holding in its Turkish subsidiary Finansbank to strengthen its capital position. NBG has almost full control of Finansbank and will keep a majority stake.

    Finansbank has been a steady cash cow for NBG. The Greek bank's first quarter profits were higher than expected, helped in part by Finansbank, which contributed 63 million euros or 35 percent of the group's net earnings.

    The Commission also said that a relatively limited downsizing of NBG would be enough to limit any distortions to competition and did not ask the group to shrink its Greek banking activities.

    It said NBG shareholders and subordinated debt holders had contributed significantly to reducing the amount of state capital aid that was injected, having taken part in capital raising by the bank.

    "The injected state aid did not bail out historical shareholders who have been almost completely diluted," the Commission said.

    The Commission is expected to soon approve the restructuring plan of Piraeus Bank, the country's second-biggest lender by assets after NBG. (Reporting by George Georgiopoulos.

    Sentiment: Hold

  • markmarydomdom by markmarydomdom Jul 21, 2014 2:34 PM Flag

    http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-07-21/china-s-june-rare-earth-exports-table-.html?cmpid=yhoo

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