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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    Reverse mortgage competition heating up !! https://www.interest.co.nz/banking/1...g-need-reverse
    Extremely positive as it will help with awareness, which will grow the REL market.

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    Quote Originally Posted by percy View Post
    Extremely positive as it will help with awareness, which will grow the REL market.
    Yes my thinking as well. Only good for HGH that more of the smaller operators are advertising this type of product

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    NBR headline today
    HEARTLAND chasing 12.8 m from Christina Domecq.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beetills View Post
    NBR headline today
    HEARTLAND chasing 12.8 m from Christina Domecq.
    It’s one big tangled web in a mess

    No doubt Heartland knew what they were doing ......

    No worries though ......fully provided for and it’s only a drop in the ocean anyway
    Last edited by winner69; 07-06-2019 at 03:55 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by winner69 View Post
    It’s one big tangled web in a mess

    No doubt Heartland knew what they were doing ......

    No worries though ......fully provided for and it’s only a drop in the ocean anyway
    Maybe one of the reasons they altered their lending to more smaller business loans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by percy View Post
    Maybe one of the reasons they altered their lending to more smaller business loans.
    These loans in the trade were described as ‘large relationship lending’

    Hope they weren’t totally seduced by a smiling chick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by winner69 View Post
    These loans in the trade were described as ‘large relationship lending’

    Hope they weren’t totally seduced by a smiling chick.
    Don't we all..!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by winner69 View Post
    Global Dairy Price auction saw prices up , although wmp down a tad.

    Prices been increasing the last few months but the increases have been getting a bit less recently ...just the Heartland share price.

    Outlook still positive for dairy the man on the radio said this morning ...that’s a good sign for Heartland share price as we head into the full year profit announcement
    Diary prices down the past three days.
    HGH share price up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by percy View Post
    Diary prices down the past three days.
    HGH share price up.
    Ha ha .....the correlation is not a day to day one ....it’s a long term one.

    Yes are correct in that Global Dairy Prices down again over night

    Prices seem to have peaked in this cycle......but current prices about 20% higher than the last low ...just like the Heartland share price. That’s spooky eh

    And even after today’s price ‘explosion’ the Heartland share price is still below where it was in April

    Hope the share price keeps going up in leaps and bounds....probably will seeing Beagle starting to talk about it again.
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    Full moon was 17th June,
    Sort of explains things....lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by percy View Post
    Full moon was 17th June,
    Sort of explains things....lol
    Equinox on Sunday as well
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    Quote Originally Posted by winner69 View Post
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    Hope the share price keeps going up in leaps and bounds....probably will seeing Beagle starting to talk about it again.
    Well you won't hear him talking about it on this forum lol.

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    Percy ...remember the run on the Countrywide Building Society

    https://croakingcassandra.com/2019/0...lding-society/
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    Quote Originally Posted by winner69 View Post
    Percy ...remember the run on the Countrywide Building Society

    https://croakingcassandra.com/2019/0...lding-society/
    No I had completely forgotten it.
    Had good dealings with them in 90s.
    National Bank,who we banked with,started charging a cash handling fee for deposits.
    At the time I was doing the banking etc for two Lotto shops,so it was a considerable amount.
    We moved to Countrywide because they waved the fee, as they said it saved them having to get cash delivered.
    Last edited by percy; 22-06-2019 at 04:15 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by percy View Post
    No I had completely forgotten it.
    Had good dealings with them in 90s.
    National Bank,who we banked with,started charging a cash handling fee for deposits.
    At the time I was doing the banking etc for two Lotto shops,so it was a considerable amount.
    We moved to Countrywide because they waved the fee, as they said it saved them having to get cash delivered.

    I had C W as a tenant and this is what I was told by an executive of C W, a team from C W went over to the U K to discuss with Lloyds bank who owned National Bank the possibility of C W taking over National Bank, as discussions progressed N B floated the possibility of N B taking over C W, the team said to Lloyds yes that could be if there was a very substantial offer , the rest is history.
    C W was taken over by Nat Bank then a few years later ANZ took over Nat Bank and that is how ANZ comes to be N Z largest bank.

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