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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Lloyds Banking Group LSE:LLOY London Ordinary Share GB0008706128 ORD 10P
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.07 -1.24% 85.14 85.14 85.20 86.31 85.14 86.21 95,121,339 16:35:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 29,892.0 1,762.0 1.7 50.1 60,767.60

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05/7/2015
15:49
Nap - good post.alphorn
05/7/2015
13:19
Wot's dis? Greece to kick-start economy by cooking crystal meth! hTTp://newsthump.com/2015/02/05/greece-to-kick-start-economy-by-cooking-crystal-meth/gotnorolex
05/7/2015
11:41
Apart from that, LLOY looks like it's on a support @ 85p. Talk of the gov't selling its' stake has raised multiple comments, mostly "buy", but what's the truth?napoleon 14th
05/7/2015
09:58
Just been watching George Osborne on Andrew Marr's show on BBC....is it my imagination or has the Chancellor lost weight?....diku
05/7/2015
09:47
Alphorn 5 Jul'15 - 00:22 - 19281 of 19284 Look Chippy - if Greece was totally debt free it would only last for a nano second. Spiraling debts with close to zero rates would indicate a structural problem ----------------------------------------- Alp The problem is not only Greece.The problem would indicate a structural problem with the whole Europe,which has reached a point where its collective bank exposures are bigger than its collective bailout capacity. You can blame the Greece as much as you like,but those Crooks in charge are about to be rudely exposed.savogi
05/7/2015
09:32
diku NO they don't.. Those Crooks in charge should stop pretending that life outside the euro is worse than death.. Greece should have left Euro 5 years ago.. Life is 100% better outside the Euro for Greece or In fact Spain and Italy or Portugal and so on. People need to wake up and see the writing on the wall, before they go in and confiscate all of their assets.savogi
05/7/2015
09:17
But does the Greek joe pubic really know what they are voting for?...diku
05/7/2015
00:22
Look Chippy - if Greece was totally debt free it would only last for a nano second. Spiraling debts with close to zero rates would indicate a structural problem.alphorn
05/7/2015
00:09
Why Lloyds Banking Group PLC And Boohoo.Com PLC Could Be Set To Soar! Traditional British banking stalwart Lloyds (LSE: LLOY) (NYSE: LYG.US) and fast fashion e-tailer Boohoo (LSE: BOO) are very different companies. However, the long-established FTSE 100 giant and the youthful AIM-listed small cap do have one thing in common. And it could be a catalyst for sending their shares marching higher in the next 12 months. Lloyds Lloyds’ recovery from the financial crisis continues apace. Indeed, the Black Horse will shortly gallop past its remaining legacy issues. Earlier this year, Lloyds declared its first dividend since payouts were halted in 2008, and Q1 results in May showed a business on the road to full health. Key capital and operating ratios were strong and improving, as was return on equity — putting the bank well ahead of its Footsie rivals http://www.fool.co.uk/investing/2015/07/03/why-lloyds-banking-group-plc-and-boohoo-com-plc-could-be-set-to-soar/?bugle4
04/7/2015
23:35
Out, enough is enough.xxxxxy
04/7/2015
23:33
Well said, I concurxxxxxy
04/7/2015
21:44
another view..http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/economics/11717502/Whether-Greece-votes-yes-or-no-the-euro-cannot-survive-in-its-current-form.html Now why would anyone in their right mind in the 21st cent want to be part of a 19th cent social engineering construct which doesn't believe in democracy, the sovereignty of the individual or the democratically expressed will of the people... but rather that all should be controlled by an unelected, nepotistic, self -serving 'elite' ? ''The most puzzling development in politics during the last decade is the apparent determination of Western European leaders to re-create the Soviet Union in Western Europe.” ― Mikhail Gorbachevmr.elbee
04/7/2015
21:24
Germany assume too much power. They are not judge and jury on the conditions of expulsion. All of these treaties, thousands of words thrashed out by civil servants (including British) Then ratified by parliaments. It will be up to the European judges,and that will take a long time.careful
04/7/2015
19:02
careful...post 165818...Germany's stance is softening towards Greece....not sure if I heard it correctly on the car radio news...Greece can stay in Europe but adopt their own currency!...diku
04/7/2015
17:55
Why Lloyds Banking Group PLC And Boohoo.Com PLC Could Be Set To Soar! Traditional British banking stalwart Lloyds (LSE: LLOY) (NYSE: LYG.US) and fast fashion e-tailer Boohoo (LSE: BOO) are very different companies. However, the long-established FTSE 100 giant and the youthful AIM-listed small cap do have one thing in common. And it could be a catalyst for sending their shares marching higher in the next 12 months. Lloyds Lloyds’ recovery from the financial crisis continues apace. Indeed, the Black Horse will shortly gallop past its remaining legacy issues. Earlier this year, Lloyds declared its first dividend since payouts were halted in 2008, and Q1 results in May showed a business on the road to full health. Key capital and operating ratios were strong and improving, as was return on equity — putting the bank well ahead of its Footsie rivals http://www.fool.co.uk/investing/2015/07/03/why-lloyds-banking-group-plc-and-boohoo-com-plc-could-be-set-to-soar/?bugle4
04/7/2015
17:32
Look Alphy,don't really care what ICELAND is populated with but the point is that they've taken the hit & get on with it rather than borrowing more to fund more debts spiral! Be debt FREE...interest rates will end your life style if you are on the wrong side of the fence! Cheershigh value chips
04/7/2015
16:17
careful : For 'today'....please read 'yesterday' !wendsworth
04/7/2015
16:16
careful:My view is reflected in your post 165809. Like you I further invested in Lloyds today adding a further 50k. Rightly or wrongly saw the recent dip in the SP as a further buying opportunity before the 31st. Hopefully we'll be proved to be right. p.s. I don't normally post my deals but felt it appropriate in this instance. There is nothing worse to other posters then an after the advent advice!wendsworth
04/7/2015
15:57
Has anyone in Europe got the legal power to expel Greece? I think not. Each democracy has the right to withdraw, but there are no powers to expel.careful
04/7/2015
15:57
hvc - remember Iceland is minute and not populated with Greeks.alphorn
04/7/2015
14:19
Great news Chaps!...our George Osssy has done the first right thing for 5 years! LOL! The inheritance limit is not up to a sensible level!...Cheers!!!!! savogi Very good points there!!! Have people forgotten about Iceland already? Iceland is now the fastest growing economy whilst the rest is worrying about DEBTS!!! LOLOLOL!!!! Enjoy the weekend Cheershigh value chips
04/7/2015
12:56
Greek debt crisis referendum result: Paddy Power pays out on a Yes vote before Sunday poll Paddy has paid out on bets for a Yes vote in the Greek referendum due to be held on Sunday. The bookie said it has stumped up a five-figure sum to punters backing Greeks to vote for the new bailout offer on the table. The chances of a result in favour of staying in the euro had dropped to 2/7, or an 80 per cent chance of a Yes vote. “Our punters are on a roll calling elections the right way. Despite some polls suggesting it’s neck and neck, over the last few days we've seen enough to be convinced. In a race with two potential outcomes we’ve seen over 85 per cent of money go one way and that’s massive. If you’ve had a bet, it’s time to collect,” said Paddy Power. Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has urged his people to vote against the new bailout deal terms, however, reports today suggest he may accept the new deal. hxxp://www.cityam.com/219213/greek-debt-crisis-referendum-result-paddy-power-pays-out-yes-vote-sunday-pollfreddie01
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