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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
  +0.31p +0.56% 55.67p 55.66p 55.68p 56.21p 55.41p 55.83p 34,621,751 11:48:39
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 34,237.0 5,275.0 4.4 12.7 39,603.31

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21/11/2018
12:02
Italy cannot leave. they rely on the ECB to buy its debt and subsidise it. The Lira would collapse if they left and started their own currency, interest rates would be very high. ...a bale out by the IMF and terms would be harsh. That is why we in the UK can leave, we have our own central bank and currency. Well done Maggie and Gordon Brown for keeping it that way. That was the beauty of the UK's membership of the eu. We were hardly in it really, rebates, own currency, special relationship with America. All that is being shown away, ah well..better to have loved and lost....
careful
21/11/2018
11:47
Good for Spain. It may be that, with our own leaders determined to destroy this country, other members of the EU come to our rescue. It would be in Italy's interest to see how leaving with no deal pans out, in case they want to do the same some day soon.
grahamite2
21/11/2018
11:38
Good to see Spain giving Scotland permission to join the EU. is they break away from the uk.(JOCKSIT) This relationship with the EU. is getting crazier by the day.
careful
21/11/2018
11:38
21 Nov Jefferies... 99.00 Buy
gbh2
21/11/2018
11:37
21 Nov Jefferies... 99.00 Buy
gbh2
21/11/2018
11:02
The upper trend line is very narrow so IMHO not much to be made here based on my previous charts.
smurfy2001
21/11/2018
11:00
I think Gove is right on this one. Well done Gove. Neanderthals need to move on a little.
minerve
21/11/2018
10:20
I saw that piece, Max. Are there any depths whatever Gove won't stoop to? He makes Peter Simple's Jeremy Cardhouse look like a man of principle.
grahamite2
21/11/2018
10:10
What does he calculate on WTO post Doha???
alphorn
21/11/2018
10:08
The RUBBISH that some "Media" and remainers shout about that are LIES!!!! 'Crashing out is a MYTH!' Tory MP Andrew Bridgen reveals why no deal is BEST for Britain TORY Brexiteer MP Andrew Bridgen has revealed how trade under World Trade Organisation terms would benefit the UK in the event of a no deal Brexit – as he calculates that 94 percent of the world’s population is outside the European Union. https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1048091/brexit-news-andrew-bridgen-no-deal-WTO-eu-brexit-theresa-may
stonedyou
21/11/2018
10:07
A sharp spike in spending and a slowdown in the growth of tax receipts meant UK government borrowing in October was the highest for three years, according to official statistics out just now. Little impact on GBP which remains weak this morning.
alphorn
21/11/2018
10:04
57p please!
tradejunkie2
21/11/2018
10:02
Let’s face it this deal is totally ridiculous and the horror stories of a no deal are ludicrous.We are to much of a major player to be sidelined and the EU is falling apart at the seams held together by plasters.
123trev
21/11/2018
09:51
Theresa May the HATED EU mafia wife, please explain leaving the HATED EU and being under the thumb of The European Court of Justice for EIGHT years..... The European Court of Justice they jurisdiction will last for "Eight years" after the end of the transition period. 3.The European Court of Justice is decreed to be our highest court, governing the entire Agreement – Art. 4. stipulates that both citizens and resident companies can use it. Art 4.2 orders our courts to recognise this. “If the European Commission considers that the United Kingdom has failed to fulfil an obligation under the Treaties or under Part Four of this Agreement before the end of the transition period, the European Commission may, within 4 years after the end of the transition period, bring the matter before the Court of Justice of the European Union”. (Art. 87) 4.The jurisdiction of the ECJ will last until eight years after the end of the transition period. (Article 158).
stonedyou
21/11/2018
09:33
yes they have new editor from the pro eu mail on sunday he started beginning of november ,as you say readers will poss leave in droves but also see know out sells the sun .
pooroldboy55
21/11/2018
09:07
Rome burns while Gove fiddles comes to mind! Lol
cm44
21/11/2018
07:30
Xxxxy , it has a lot to answer for :-)
bargainbob
21/11/2018
07:20
There is no cliff edge By JOHNREDWOOD | Published: NOVEMBER 21, 2018 I have heard all too many interviews by a few senior business people and their lobby group representatives telling us leaving without a deal will be “disastrous, catastrophic, falling off a cliff”. They should know better. If they wish to be credible witnesses they should cast aside wild and emotional language, and spell out exactly what they fear will happen that they think will be damaging. All too few interviewers challenge them to be precise. I have tried to see why they hold their general view. They nearly always say the same things, that leaving without a deal will get in the way of their complex supply chains, making it more difficult to import their components. I find this difficult to believe. They nearly all confess that their current supply chains include a minority of components that come from outside the EU. If being outside the single market and customs union so disrupted trade with the rest of the world they would not have part of their just in time dependent on non EU supplies. If they can manage 10 components from outside the EU today they could manage 100 from outside the EU tomorrow. The WTO has worked hard on facilitation of trade to remove non tariff barriers. The EU does impose some tariffs on some components that come in from outside the EU. The UK could offer tariff free components of all kinds once we have left and we can set our own tariff schedule. I suggest big manufacturers join me in pressing for this. They suggest that there will be delays at the ports, especially at Dover- Calais, and these will disrupt Just In Time systems. I do not accept there need be additional delays, but if there was a regular increased time to transit the ports, you would just ask your supplier to allow for the longer journey time so the supplies still reached you when you wanted them. As they fit in Chinese supplies maybe taking 40 days to arrive by sea into current complex supply chains it shows that longer journey times are not deal breakers. The main reason I do not expect new delays on imports is that the crucial importing port will be under UK control. There is no need for us to impose new processes and delays at the ports. We can adapt or continue the current system of checks away from the ports for any purposes we need. On the Dover-Calais route if more spot checks are needed on trucks then do them on the ferry or on the nearby train carrying the load through the Tunnel. There is plenty of competition to Dover-Calais Ro-Ro from containers, so in the unlikely event of difficulties at Calais there would other choices. They sometimes say they will need more complete complex customs paperwork. This they say is an added cost, but not of course a delay as it is done usually before the lorry departs from the exporting factory. There will be little if any additional electronic paperwork in practise. All EU trade requires them to fill in a long and complex Intrastat declaration which overlaps with customs information. Most industrial and retail purchasers these days require extensive product information, with specification, cost, test results etc. A computer programme can send the bits of this the authorities need at the UK/EU electronic borders. I suggest to the media they will be more convincing if they stick to the facts. What exactly are they worried about, and why don’t we just fix it in the four months that remains before we leave.
xxxxxy
21/11/2018
07:15
I blame Brexit hTtps://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2018/11/20/trillion-dollar-loss-big-five-tech-stocks-market-slump-deepens/
xxxxxy
21/11/2018
01:04
jacko, i'm exiting at 57p
tradejunkie2
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