Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Lloyds Banking Group LSE:LLOY London Ordinary Share GB0008706128 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.31p +0.53% 58.56p 58.51p 58.59p 58.66p 58.38p 58.50p 3,236,469.00 08:08:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 23,150.0 1,644.0 0.8 73.2 41,796.46

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06/12/2016
08:14
Finally... They start to see they are not overlooking an "investment market" The FCA also said its research had revealed binary bets are "not transparent enough for investors to adequately value them, and have product features which are more akin to gambling products than investments".
smartypants
06/12/2016
07:30
Hi Arthur,it's Ace and Alp who have the contact.Yes,hope he's OK
cm44
06/12/2016
06:27
a trifle concerned about broadwood , can anyone contact the lad to see if outs up
uncle arthur
05/12/2016
22:17
Cup and handle working out?
smurfy2001
05/12/2016
17:38
Now no more divi questions....its all up there...if you managed to get on this thread then click financials...
diku
05/12/2016
17:21
Their financial year end is 31st December not October
ianood
05/12/2016
17:17
so no divi for year end Oct 16
gambill
05/12/2016
17:11
Year end 31 Dec, goes ex in April and paid in May
ianood
05/12/2016
17:08
When is the Divi due please.
gambill
05/12/2016
16:51
I am starting to suspect that the current "Open Market SP" is being manipulated by the same 'corporates' who are party to the Gov. Stock sell down. I think they have a deal possibly based on 'current ave. share price for the period MINUS some fixed %age. Win/Win for them if that is the case.
bbalanjones
05/12/2016
16:43
105 Million Traded today with a 7 million Buy towards the close. Jus tikken 'long nicely.
bbalanjones
05/12/2016
16:31
The Trump rally is a Wall St come on, a suckers rally that has done nothing for the UK market. IMO Trump the tweeter is going to be bad for markets. The one thing certain about Trump is his uncertain state of mind. I hope I am wrong, but we are in for a crisis a week when the chump gets power. The bloke is mentally unfit to be leader of the Western world. The Italian referendum result is another nail in Europe's coffin. The Euro was 1.05 USD Friday, it has rallied a bit to 1.07 as shorts covered. LADESIDE. I agree with you on your union post. Getting rid of the unions was bad, it leaves the big corporations far too powerful,I never thought the UK workers would let it happen. It was Thatcher's plan to kill the unions and Scargill actually aided her. She more or less copied what had happened in the USA, where big corps killed off the big unions. Raegan called unions communism, which is an almighty swear word in the US. He went on to sack the air traffic controllers and from that day all unions were mortally wounded. Last week Trump resorted to subsidizing the Carrier Corp in order that they would keep 1000 jobs from going to Mexico. He did it for no other reason but to look good. An empty gesture by a man who is politically brain dead. The problem is he has a 15 round heavyweight championship on his hands and showing good in the first 10 seconds of the first round means diddly squat. What is going to happen when the several million other jobs in jeopardy go offshore. He would need billions of dollars of taxpayers money to even try and save them!!! We are facing interesting and dangerous times ahead. Strangely enough I believe Lloyds is a pretty good share to be in. When the govt stake is reduced to below 5%, it will be due for a re-rating.
jacko07
05/12/2016
16:09
LADESIDE nothing has made any sense at all since 2008 (possibly earlier but that was all too murky) - the international institutions (governmental and non-governmental) bought the international Central Bank line i.e. we need to prevent 1920s and 30s style depression. It has been successful to date but at what price? I think we will find out over the next year or so.
aceuk
05/12/2016
16:03
Sounds good that Uncle Arthur as some come on here and cry like fk tards, probably haven't any lloyds shares either
sux_2bu
05/12/2016
15:25
By all means give me a "red tick", however at least try and formulate an argument as to why you disagree and to what your own views are, otherwise it just comes across as childish, petulant and pathetic.
ladeside
05/12/2016
15:04
The Unions to an extent did bring it upon themselves and Scargill as an example played right into Maggies hands, there were also some ridiculous working practices and productivity was seriously affected, however things have since gone far too far the other way and as a result we now find ourselves with a two tier and increasingly broken nation. It may sound childish and outlandish but I don't know how we can change things without some sort of revolution, in what form that takes I don't know, however I do know that the country and society in general cannot keep going down this road without serious repercussions........
ladeside
05/12/2016
14:50
As a thatcherite (but not a mayhemite) I have to agree with Ladeside - and I hate the unions
joe say
05/12/2016
14:47
Chart looking good here, and yield curve looking extremely good ... breakouts all over place
raffles the gentleman thug
05/12/2016
14:28
laws of the Land were changed so Maggie's lot could beat the Unions, when did you last see that move attempted in France or Germany!
gbh2
05/12/2016
14:21
I would hardly call the Brits "mad dogs", in fact we're far from it. No backbone would be nearer the mark. Just look at how the ordinary punter stood back and let their unions be destroyed and unscrupulous business leaders dictate their terms. It wouldn't have happened in the likes of France or Germany because they quite simply wouldn't have allowed it. I've said this often but the RMT are one of the few unions who are strong and as a result their workers command a very competitive wage whilst the rest of the country get's screwed over. It's pretty simple really, and explains exactly why the huge disparity between the haves and have nots has taken hold in this country. Ultimately we like to moan but when push comes to shove we fail to take any decisive action and fail to stick together. Pretty poor show imho............
ladeside
05/12/2016
13:17
Roll on Trump in the white house
sux_2bu
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