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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
  -0.41p -0.78% 52.29p 52.29p 52.31p 52.64p 52.02p 52.03p 41,458,240 12:34:35
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 34,237.0 5,275.0 4.4 11.9 37,198.80

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/12/2018
12:47
duck and Cover
cannyshoveyergrannyoffthebus
17/12/2018
12:37
Resign and go into hiding, it seems to have worked for him............
ladeside
17/12/2018
12:34
Oh dear: "Brexit: David Cameron 'advising Theresa May on options' if deal rejected"
minerve
17/12/2018
12:32
He sees it as a banana. Thought so.
minerve
17/12/2018
12:29
Minerve17 Dec '18 - 11:43 - 240239 of 240240 Very good comment on the FT that is worth posting here. I suspect the chimps will only recognise it as a banana but those who believe they have wisdom and are well-educated should read it ___________________________ But we are all chimps and morons according to you, so pointless post .
mikemichael2
17/12/2018
12:21
Cheshire Pete,'re 237 FILTERED him yonks ago. Good morning Min,trust ALL THREE of you are well, would have been more appropriate! Lol
cm44
17/12/2018
12:18
No brexit I reckon they will cut their dividend, on the uncertainty and balance sheet will have to be bolstered to get their Core Tier 1 level up. Just my view.
montyhedge
17/12/2018
11:43
Very good comment on the FT that is worth posting here. I suspect the chimps will only recognise it as a banana but those who believe they have wisdom and are well-educated should read it. ElFred Once more with feeling... The fact remains that the initial referendum was based on a false premise- that the UK could unilaterally vote to break the GFA by leaving the EU on its own terms. All the Brexit scenarios must keep the UK in the GFA. Parliament will have to uphold the GFA treaty as a legal entity whatever it eventually choses to do. The very real consequences of breaking that treaty would be a very high price for a nation seeking to newly assert itself independently in the world, and immediately put the UK on the status of unreliable partner at best, and pariah state at worst. Money, capital and investment flee legal and fiscal anarchy- I've seen it first hand here in Catalunya where in the first week of the declaration of independence by the Catalan government, €30 000 million in cash walked out the door, along with up to now, 4000+ companies changing their legal headquarters to outside the autonomous region. All the banks left immediately. This status quo remains to this day, and Catalunya is still part of the EU, but the risk hasn't gone away, and the money and businesses haven't returned. Imagine a No Deal Brexit bearing this in mind. Multiply this formula and apply it to the UK No Deal, and you have an economic armageddon that could melt down the world economy. If you think this is Project Fear, look at the real world recent example above, and tell me the numbers don't speak for themselves, and the circumstances aren't at least similar. As the legal options run out as the clock runs down, Parliament will have their options reduced to one of two- probably a new referendum coupled with a request to suspend Article 50, or unilaterally rescinding Article 50. This is the reality of Brexit. This is what "Brexit means Brexit" means. Like it (which nobody does) or loathe it (which everybody does) this is the choice Britain made in 2016. The following few months will be pure theatre, or good governance. We shall see. HMG's strategy (and I use the term loosely) remains to play a game of chicken with the EU, for a yet to be disclosed, nebulous goal. The EU have had enough, and have stopped playing the game, offering the best treaty the UK could ever hope to expect, honouring the GFA (which they as a legal entity cannot break)- take it or leave it- Remain or leave, still the same choice but with clarified precision from the EU side. If Parliament had done its homework initially, the referendum would never have been offered in the first place, but now it is too late. It is solely up to Parliament now to decide the UK's fate, and correct the previous error by fixing it, or destroying the UK itself. No way to run a country.
minerve
17/12/2018
11:28
Couldn't be better! LOL
minerve
17/12/2018
11:25
Good morning Minerve, I trust that you are well.
cheshire pete
17/12/2018
11:07
Minerve - "We'll put you on the bow and you can be the first one to sink a harpoon in your mouth. That would teach you a lesson you would never forget. LOL" Eh, what. I think that part of the reason that Hull, Grimsby etc declined was a result of Iceland declining the presence of our trawlers. Plus, of course, declining fish stocks. I recall passing Dogger Bank in 1961 and being amazed by the mass of lights from fishing boats stretching across the horizon. In more recent years, the number of fishing boats was surpassed by oil rig supply vessels. Most folk have just no idea of just how much fish stocks have declined, and compare present day stocks to those of say 20 years ago - nowhere near a comparison. Regarding French, for example, behaviour in 'our' waters, in the early 80's I was on my way down the Bristol Channel and overheard a Cornish fishing boat calling the Coastguard on VHF to complain about a French fishing boat harassing them and trying to cut their nets - and there they were on my starboard bow. There was a large French trawler harassing a very small (2 man) Cornish fishing boat.
poikka
17/12/2018
11:01
Don't panic chaps, until all the Brexit is all sorted out and done with, this will be in the doldrums. Could go a bit lower, but a bet this time next year you will all say what was all the fuss about. Just sit back, take our great dividend. This will bounce back that's for certain. I think about every one of us here, if we sold now would be loosing. I have 46,000 pound invest in shares here and I'm happy just to sit back and wait for better times
jpjohn1
17/12/2018
10:56
Pug Yes the brown stuff to hit the Lloyds fan it seems.
montyhedge
17/12/2018
10:46
BBC propaganda as usual...Lloyds is a tory party bank..that's why the socialist traitorous beeb have always had it in for LLoyds.
mr.elbee
17/12/2018
10:44
"Send the navy in once we're out of EU to keep those pesky EU boats out of our waters." We'll put you on the bow and you can be the first one to sink a harpoon in your mouth. That would teach you a lesson you would never forget. LOL
minerve
17/12/2018
10:39
Life in the old Bulldog yet!! Bloodhound supersonic car project saved https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-bristol-46591860
bbalanjones
17/12/2018
10:17
Owen Paterson top man. If you cut his leg off it would say Brexit. Send the navy in once we're out of EU to keep those pesky EU boats out of our waters.
cheshire pete
17/12/2018
10:08
Fish, fish, fish, fish, fish, fish, fish, fish, Brexiteer MP launches fresh bid to PROTECT British fishing waters after Brexit A FORMER environment secretary wants to change the law to block the Government from negotiating away access to British fishing waters as part of an EU trade deal. Brexiteer Owen Paterson plans to put down an amendment to the Fisheries Bill which is back before the Commons this week. His proposal comes amid growing concerns that Britain will hand back control of its waters in exchange for a slightly better free trade deal. If passed it would be a slap in the face for French President Emmanuel Macron, who announced that he would insist on French vessels having access to British waters as part of an agreement. Sixty per cent of fish caught in British waters, particularly around Scotland, is landed in EU ports. Many fishermen are still angry with the way former prime minister Ted Heath signed away British waters as part of the price of joining the European Economic Community. The move was blamed for the destruction of fishing communities, with severe reductions in the fleets in places such as Grimsby, Lowestoft and Falmouth. https://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/1059784/brexit-news-environment-secretary-eu-trade-deal
stonedyou
17/12/2018
09:36
Chris Patten sounds like minerve . . . . . . . . .or is it the other way round!!
stonedyou
17/12/2018
08:59
FT link doesn't even give the first para of the article. But by the sound of it, it's not telling us anything we don't know.
grahamite2
17/12/2018
08:48
May’s Brexit retreat exposes a zombie premiership https://www.ft.com/content/3d747c26-fc60-11e8-ac00-57a2a826423e?segmentId=c841d669-8dab-e460-26f0-30ea79c2a1d0
gotnorolex
17/12/2018
08:22
Surprised Lloyd's not lower, but it's amateur hour, between 8am and 9am always on a Monday. They are buying.
montyhedge
17/12/2018
07:36
Forget Brexit - Looks as though bigger buket of brown stuff could be heading Lloyds way - Possible extra fraud implications according to BBC news re Panorama expose on way re HBOS toxic Reading case https://www.bbc.com/news/business-46586628 If true then possible implications re fitness of current senior managment and also whether FCA fit for purpose (imo) The smoking gun? "But there is documentary proof that both Mr Horta-Osorio and chief operating officer, Juan Colombus, were aware of criminal allegations in 2012 and were warned in a 2014 report by one of their own employees that Lloyds was knowingly covering up serious criminal conduct"
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