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  1. #1
    James Bell
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    From
    http://www.smh.com.au/news/business/...685669248.html

    And it's not propganda, it's NEWS from the Sydney Morning Herald - a very
    reputable newspaper.


    "Telstra shares surged through $4.00 for the first time since the end of
    April and ended at $4.03, up 6 cents on the day.
    It was the the highest closing level since February 17, when it closed at
    $4.02.

    Small investors who bought the T3 instalment receipts for $2.00 each under
    the federal government's T3 offer have been rewarded with a steady move
    north since debuting on the exchange on November 20."





    See More: Telstra shares SURGE




  2. #2
    Rod Speed
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    Re: Telstra shares SURGE

    James Bell <[email protected]> wrote:

    > From
    > http://www.smh.com.au/news/business/...685669248.html


    > And it's not propganda, it's NEWS from the Sydney Morning Herald - a very reputable newspaper.


    Its mindlessly overhyped journo bull****.

    > "Telstra shares surged through $4.00 for the first time since the end of April and ended at $4.03,
    > up 6 cents on the day.


    Clearly wouldnt know what a real surge was if it bit it on its lard arse.

    > It was the the highest closing level since February 17, when it closed at $4.02.


    Well whoopy ****ing do.

    > Small investors who bought the T3 instalment receipts for $2.00 each
    > under the federal government's T3 offer have been rewarded with a
    > steady move north since debuting on the exchange on November 20."


    Did manage to get that bit right, likely by accident.





  3. #3
    HeadRush
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    Re: Telstra shares SURGE


    "James Bell" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > From
    > http://www.smh.com.au/news/business/...685669248.html
    >
    > And it's not propganda, it's NEWS from the Sydney Morning Herald - a very
    > reputable newspaper.
    >
    >
    > "Telstra shares surged through $4.00 for the first time since the end of
    > April and ended at $4.03, up 6 cents on the day.
    > It was the the highest closing level since February 17, when it closed at
    > $4.02.
    >
    > Small investors who bought the T3 instalment receipts for $2.00 each under
    > the federal government's T3 offer have been rewarded with a steady move
    > north since debuting on the exchange on November 20."


    So who are you going to sell them to now if everyone owns them???

    HR





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