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
  -0.39p -0.59% 65.70p 65.70p 65.73p 66.13p 65.47p 65.88p 160,735,140 16:29:52
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 34,237.0 5,275.0 4.4 14.9 47,419.82

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/4/2018
21:55
Where is my bonus!...
diku
21/4/2018
19:09
The world has moved on AZ209 , you can post stuff from just about anywhere nowadays.
bargainbob
21/4/2018
19:08
MORONS LIKE THE OLD UGLY BIGOT WHO CHALLENGED BROWN. IS THE OLD NAG STILL ALIVE? Scottish "GOD" BRown was and is totally incompetent. Ask his side ED with NO BALLS together they bankrupted this country with their off the book PFIs
hvs
21/4/2018
18:37
I think Minerve must be disabled or something and cannot get out and about because it's a beautiful day, the sun is shining and he spends his time bashing away at his computer keyboard on a Lloyds bulletin board in which he has no interest.
az209
21/4/2018
18:10
The slogan "Get me out EU because I cannot stand my neighbour"is biting back. Do expect more rich migrants heading towards your sleepy towns. The Turkish, Azerbaijanis, Georgians, Kazakhstanis and so on.Nice afternoon.
n73
21/4/2018
16:47
No Luck Jacko U
bargainbob
21/4/2018
15:04
" From a giant Rusal alumina factory outside Limerick in Ireland, the company supplied the majority of Europe’s leading aluminium producers. The plant is now under threat. Metal industry executives said that if they could not secure alumina supplies they would be forced to curtail production, a move that would quickly have a knock-on effect for large consumers of the metal such Airbus, BMW and Volkswagen."
minerve
21/4/2018
15:01
And we want the US to be a trade partner along with Tuvalu? "Unlike previous US sanctions against Russia, introduced in response to Moscow’s interference in Ukraine in 2014, the new penalties — contained in the Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act — ➡️ in effect bar Europeans from doing business with targeted companies and their oligarch owners.⬅ʊ39;"
minerve
21/4/2018
14:55
MORONS LIKE THE OLD UGLY BIGOT WHO CHALLENGED BROWN. IS THE OLD NAG STILL ALIVE?
minerve
21/4/2018
14:54
Britain threatens to quit Galileo satellite project Do you think the EU care? It is to their advantage for many. Apparently Airbus (Portsmouth) will relocate to France. Top comment on this article in the FT: An auld Scots engineer 17 hours ago It is an EU project and the UK is leaving the EU; what on earth did the government expect? The UK's position on this is really rather silly. It is the "will of the people" that the UK should do itself ➡️ as much damage as possible ⬅️ and Teresa May is committed to achieving that . We have to respect the WILL OF THE MORONS, sorry, my mistake, people. ....MORONS! LOL
minerve
21/4/2018
07:49
'Simple answers' for an obviously very simple person. You really should not be investing in shares....
toon1966
20/4/2018
23:10
Sorry to disappoint you Jacko but my claims are true. I bought GKN soon after the inventory fiasco in the US Aerospace division. I was fortunate here that Melrose saw the same opportunity I did and decided to buy the whole company. Sold out a few week's ago for 40% return this year. Also, news a month back was all about trade tariffs and Woodford outflows etc.. Guess what happens when a fund has massive outflows? It becomes a FORCED seller of stocks that it holds. This was obvious if you looked at the drop in some of the shares the very large Woodford fund was holding. So, I bought into, and added to shares that I like that Woodford does. We have very similar tastes. Not the popular shares. When everyone was running for the exit I was building up holdings. The market has come back, Woodford has survived, inflows are returning and I am sat on 20, 30 and 40% return on some stocks this year. Out of 30 only 6 are down, all less than 8.5% apart from Roche at -18%. AA has been excellent. Some tranches have returned nearly 100%. People were scared and running on the news of reduced dividend and the size of debts. People thought interest rates were going to accelerate. AA tanked. I had the view that interest rate hikes would be small and gradual and understanding the unusual legal structure of the AA I was buying. I have now sold 25% of my holding to reduce risk. This and more whilst you watch Lloyds paint dry. ;)
minerve
20/4/2018
21:16
Freedom of speech does not extend to making comments about the Holocaust. A terrible atrocity over 60 years ago. There were an estimated 53m dead directly as a result of WW2. Including an estimated 27m Russians. It is time to move on. Yes so many dead but we does keep reminded of them.
hvs
20/4/2018
20:19
Have you just landed from Mars?
polar fox
20/4/2018
19:00
Ps. I see that dividend record date is today so does that mean if I held today I get the dividend. Strange it fell before the ex dividend date though
leoneobull
20/4/2018
18:54
Why is lloy down from 68 69p? Simple answers please
leoneobull
20/4/2018
17:31
Obviously a lot of weak holders. Thinks might improve in a few years. Assuming buybacks go on and on, and on.
chiefbrody
20/4/2018
17:25
The share price is not moving despite the buybacks. The market IMO will focus almost purely on the outlook for the IMS next week. The results themselves should show further progress but is what lies ahead that will take the focus.
alphorn
20/4/2018
17:18
11,768,819 today - another good day, meaning a total of almost 29m between yesterday and today. That's like compressing nearly a week's buying into two days.
polar fox
20/4/2018
17:08
Heigh-Ho , let's see if next Wednesdays IMS can inject share price into realistic life!!
bbalanjones
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