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
  -0.49p -0.70% 69.23p 69.23p 69.24p 69.99p 68.85p 69.99p 31,329,574 09:03:38
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 34,237.0 5,275.0 4.4 15.7 50,018.90

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22/2/2018
09:15
Clear message from the conference call yesterday was that management sees only a need to maintain CET1 at 13% with a 1% management buffer on top of that, which means one should enjoy 170bp to 200bp of capital generation which will be distributed back to shareholders. On the assumption PPI is a thing of the past given they have provisioned for 11.000 claims a week and PPI CMC fee caps are about to come in, then LLOY should be on track for a 6p distribution off 2018 earnings - whether through buybacks or dividends. Personally at this price they'd be better off doing the former.And upside to numbers comes from returns on the strategic plan investment, and sensitivity toward rising rates - albeit Mark Carney seems to be more than happy to be well behind the curve on that one.
raffles the gentleman thug
22/2/2018
09:03
Relative attractiveness of options over straight equity all depends upon ones investment time horizon alphorn and I'm guessing yours is perhaps a little different to mine. And I personally consider LLOY as anything other than bond-like - the only thing which has made it bond-like this past year has been Brexit nonsense
raffles the gentleman thug
22/2/2018
09:02
When can the buy back begin,do we have to wait on a SH.vote|
joeall
22/2/2018
09:01
Thx Raffles - was not sceptical at all about it. Just a question.
alphorn
22/2/2018
08:59
guessing you weren't on the conference call yesterday alphorn (committed LLOY shareholder indeed) ... well sorry to disappoint all the MBNA skeptics but it contributed £430 million of NII for the first seven months of ownership which was ahead of LLOY internal expectations.
raffles the gentleman thug
22/2/2018
08:55
Next month for share buyback I believe.
chiefbrody
22/2/2018
08:53
There was a good post above - what indeed has happened to its recent MBNA acquisition? How did it perform?
alphorn
22/2/2018
08:52
Any idea when the share buy back commences?
terminated
22/2/2018
08:50
Raffles - not sure that I agree. Lloyds has become 'bond like' for a while now but with all the risks of equity. Writing options on Lloyds is IMO more attractive yield wise.
alphorn
22/2/2018
08:48
Nice chart so far for the day? Where is every one this morning? All waiting by the letter box for the dividend cheque to hit the floor? Can any one remember those heady days when LLOY share price was in the 70p's? So near and yet so far.....
smartypants
22/2/2018
08:47
If anyone remotely cared about dividends they'd be steaming into LLOY and nothing else since it's on track to distribute 6p a share best year and for multiple years after so happy to go the other way on BARC against bigger LLOY long.
raffles the gentleman thug
22/2/2018
08:40
BARC Results look poor in comparison but the increase in div looks to be a big hit One might think the share price will drop from the days dizzy high??
smartypants
22/2/2018
08:29
the first one is not guff..AHO is aligning himself with some of Corbyn's views on the banks..Very positive and very clever,and obviously,right now, very necessary... .But in a surprise response, Horta-Osório said: “I have read what Jeremy Corbyn said. He is very focused on ensuring the banks are helping the real economy, and that is what Lloyds is also about.” He promised a new three-year £3bn investment in the bank and billions more in loans for startups and small businesses
mr.elbee
22/2/2018
08:26
Good morning LADESIDE take note, according to SKY am news anti depressants do really work and should be prescribed more often!
gotnorolex
22/2/2018
08:21
you are right bazildon...the punters have got much the same as last year. The reason,IMHO,isnt just the share buy back...it's the imminence of socialism" bumper bonanza ??NOT for some on this thread who are far too grand and cannot be bothered with anything Corbyn says,and dismiss him as an irrelevance,this is what AHO says.............[quoted from the Grauniad] ..But in a surprise response, Horta-Osório said: “I have read what Jeremy Corbyn said. He is very focused on ensuring the banks are helping the real economy, and that is what Lloyds is also about.” He promised a new three-year £3bn investment in the bank and billions more in loans for startups and small businesses
mr.elbee
22/2/2018
08:18
I'm assuming that the uk gov directive of gender pay gap reporting isn't something that our resident brexiteers would have expected from a good Tory and British administration??? As I've tried to tell you before, it's NOT the EU behind lots of the things that you despise, it's our own bloody government.......
ladeside
22/2/2018
08:17
No doubt in my mind he swapped "Know what" for "Know how" of course he was up to no good, his raison d'être has always been to stifle the freedom of our Parliamentary and free trade system! Ever known a truly democratic socialist country?
gotnorolex
22/2/2018
08:15
was there any mention of the credit card business lloy bought, was it over a year ago. Is it performing well, is it producing good profits ?
hamnavoe
22/2/2018
08:11
'Armed teachers' WTF !!!!
mikemichael2
22/2/2018
08:11
LLOY results were yesterday...OLD news So now back to the old routine
smartypants
22/2/2018
01:53
More guff... htTps://www.theguardian.com/business/2018/feb/21/lloyds-bumper-profits-deliver-1bn-bonanza-for-shareholders hTtp://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2018/02/21/lloyds-bank-unveils-32bn-payout-investors-ashorta-osorio-outlines/ httP://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/comment/lloyds-rakes-in-billions-but-how-much-is-too-much-a8220956.html
jordaggy
22/2/2018
00:53
See if it takes Goldman Sucks longer to update their LLOY target price from 53p than it took the beeb to report the Corbyn meetings with the Czech guy.
cheshire pete
22/2/2018
00:14
PPI provision can't keep on increasing given that there is a deadline....£x billion with 1 day to go lol. Sooner or later the provision will exceed the aggregate claims and this yoke will be shed from LLOY. Reminds me of third world debt the banks were saddled with years ago. Now got Corbyn to look forward to, if he gets elected that is, perish the thought.
cheshire pete
21/2/2018
21:58
but this year the final is 2.05p plus a buyback of 1.4 plusonecoin. So you really cannot compare like for like.
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