Written by Ed Parnell
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Sunday, 25 February 2007

The Ying To stock average closed nineteen points up today after a unsteady start. Rumours abounded in the market of a possible takeover and that the CEO wears women's clothes and hangs around on the docks. Many brokers watched with interest, though not as much interest as they showed when trying to find out where precisely on the docks he hung out.

The Ying To was also moving steadily on the oil market, with many brokers carefully eyeing the news on Columbus Archibald, the South American Oil Magnate, who announced he had found a rich seam of oil whilst searching for his remote control down the side of his cushions.

Boverton Mangrove showed an increase in value, opening at an all time low and then sky rocketing before being shot down by surface to air missiles.

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