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EQ offer online and telephone dealing services to buy or sell Saga plc shares. The service is available to personal shareholders aged 18 and over, resident in the UK, EEA, Channel Islands and Isle of Man.
Saga plc provides general insurance, package and cruise holidays, and personal finance products and services in the United Kingdom. The company operates in three segments: Insurance, Travel, and Other Businesses and Central Costs. It offers car, home, health, travel, landlord, boat, motorhome, caravan, pet, personal accident, breakdown cover, building, content, renter, holiday, and holiday home insurance. The company also operates and delivers package tours and cruise holiday products; and provides equity release and care funding advice, savings accounts, credit cards, and wealth management services, as well as shares ISA and share dealing services. In addition, it offers mailing house services; retirement benefit schemes; and publishes Saga Magazine, as well as repairs automotive vehicles. The company was formerly known as Saga Limited and changed its name to Saga plc in May 2014. The company was founded in 1950 and is headquartered in Folkestone, the United Kingdom.
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The phenomenon -- where short sellers are forced to repurchase stock as prices rise, thereby pushing the price higher -- isn't new, but the combination of characters and technology and novel trading platforms forced Wall Street and regulators to pay attention to retail investors as never before.
The saga took an unexpected turn on Jan. 28 when retail trading platforms including Robinhood and TD Ameritrade abruptly restricted most transactions involving GameStop stock. TD Ameritrade said this was \\\"in the interest of mitigating risk\\\". Robinhood similarly cited volatility, but later said this decision was made based on clearinghouse-mandated deposit requirements that it said \\\"increased ten-fold.\\\"
The move sparked immediate backlash and also triggered an extremely volatile trading day -- that saw shares reach their intraday peak of $483.00 -- before plunging down to $112.25 by the time markets closed.
After a drama-filled week that gripped the nation, the entertainment industry outlet Deadline reported that the saga was already being turned into a movie that was being produced by Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss (of \\\"The Social Network\\\" fame). MGM Studios shared Deadline the article on their site.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen publicly addressed the saga during an interview with \\\"Good Morning America\\\" on Feb. 4, saying she was meeting with regulators to discuss if the agencies need to take \\\"further action.\\\"
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I have frozen my contributions to Abbey National's FTSE100 tracker Isa because the fund has lost about 15 million. It bought shares at the top of the market when they moved in to the FTSE100 index, but sold them when they dropped out and, with the proceeds, bought more shares which moved up into the index.
That is the way index tracker funds work. They are not 'managed' funds where people decide which shares to buy and sell. Instead they operate automatically and have no option but to reflect whichever index they track. Abbey National's tracker fund holds 99 per cent of FTSE100 shares.
The new entrants will not necessarily fall out again and they could continue rising up the index. Every specialist fund is restricted to investing in shares that meet its criterion, however badly the sector is performing.
Rich Energy was an energy drinks company that operated out of Richmond, in London. The company's origins and its actual product are shrouded in mystery -- despite being stocked in the Haas motorhome this year and being shown arriving in shipments on various Twitter posts, it is difficult to find any supermarket or outlet that actually sells the black and gold cans.
Haas remained tight-lipped on the subject for much of the weekend, saying it hoped a solution could be found to allow the sponsorship deal to continue. Team boss Steiner insisted Haas' reputation had not been damaged by the saga, saying: \"What have we done wrong How can you damage something if we don't do anything wrong\"
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The group originally spent 940 million on the stake in November 2006, snapping up the shares at 135p each - a move that scuppered plans by the then NTL, since rebranded Virgin Media, to takeover ITV.
The Commission's ruling came at a bad time for Sky, with ITV shares having slumped to historic all-time lows since it first acquired the holding - although the stock has recovered marginally in recent months.
Sky has already written down the value of its stake in ITV by around 800 million and it is expected the price achieved for the shares will see it book a small exceptional gain in full-year accounts.
A short squeeze happens when the trade goes against short-sellers and the security starts to quickly rise in price. The short trader then buys back the security at a higher price and takes a loss to close their short by repaying the initial lender. They may do this to prevent further losses in case the price trend keeps rising, or they may receive a margin call where they no longer have the minimum capital relative to what they owe and are forced by their broker to liquidate. As more and more short traders rush to close their short positions, the increasing demanding for the stock creates a spiral that pushes the price even higher.
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