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
  +0.01p +0.01% 67.00p 67.01p 67.04p 67.55p 66.90p 67.25p 141,682,091 16:35:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 39,611.0 4,238.0 2.9 23.1 48,206.71

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22/10/2017
23:31
TOO MUCH FOR YA! 😘
minerve
22/10/2017
23:21
sorry, I'm just going to have to filter raw nerve.
ekuuleus
22/10/2017
22:59
Alphorn...quizás! quizás! quizás!
gotnorolex
22/10/2017
22:54
Careful don’t always disagree with you but oh-my!……... “We had a sweetheart deal”? general Charles de Gaulle did not want us in the common market, we had to sweeten the French (a dowry) by involving them in the manufacture of Concorde which we had on the draftsman’s drawing board since ‘57. He had a complex about the Brits because we sheltered this funk in London from the Germans during the war. Some general! Nothing agin the French and actually like the ones in my extended family. I voted to leave because we were always on the receiving end of odd regulations on manufacturing standards. We had our own kite mark based on sound scientific standards which was on par with ANSI the US mark of quality. Then along came CE which was issued on quotas+politics+standardisation (spot the difference) which they never always adhere to. Example of EU unresolved stupidity on safety, their mains plugs are still 2 pin and do not contain a safe amp rated fuse to match power consumption of the appliance and an earth is not compulsory like with our 13amp plugs. If you think this is petty and small fry, you’ll be wrong, it’s fundamental, new builds have 4 double sockets on average per room, equating to billions of pounds. They will duck safety issues and anything else that suits them, but still argue that Cadburys can’t call their product chocolate because it contains vegetable fat(cocoa butter) just mad, you can’t make it up! They have never been able to match the Brits on confectionery worldwide and will take me all night to list the product names. I fret that the humble Rowntree's Fruit Gum loved by every schoolboy in the English speaking world, has lost its original unique flavour because it’s now European, and KitKats don't snap with a finger click like they used to. Woe-woe! ;~)
gotnorolex
22/10/2017
22:52
At least the military no longer have any Mini Mokes. Originally built for the army here is one that was exported: hTTp://02a3147.netsolhost.com/images/morris-mini-moke-military.jpg
alphorn
22/10/2017
22:45
Will the engines work in The Gulf? Did they rate that as well? 'The UK are better able to deploy their forces' - yeah, as long as it is cold water! ROFLMAO!
minerve
22/10/2017
22:44
"The UK is the fifth richest country in the world behind US, China, Japan and Germany". ........if based on nominal GDP and the Daily Mail methodology. However, GDP based on purchasing power parity for other people puts it as 9th, falling to 10th after France following the recent forex moves no doubt. 10th btw is still large but these are just numbers.
alphorn
22/10/2017
22:31
That study on military power rated the size of the Aircraft carriers. Somebody forgot to rate whether they had any planes on them. Ridiculous study.
alphorn
22/10/2017
22:16
gnr - if you change your thinking you could also change your handle - haverolexdaytona would show slightly more success.
alphorn
22/10/2017
22:15
Pierre It is 30 years since I left the Polytechnic of Wales. Since then I have spent everyday improving my knowledge and moving forward. It seems that you have just spent the last 30 years sat gloating on your 1st and doing not much else. I have never met an 'uneducated educated' as you. ROFLMAO! ROFLMAO! ROFLMAO! ROFLMAO! If you think I am concerned about people here agreeing with me think again! I couldn't care less! I would never look for confirmation of my thoughts from a chimp cage in a zoo and neither do I look for it here! Catch my drift? 😁
minerve
22/10/2017
21:20
minny, it's sunday evening. Relax. Have a beer, have a day off from telling everyone how great you are, how you have the confidence to post 'rofl' (takes great confidence that), and how you and only you have the complete monopoly of knowledge, imparted by pontypridd polytechnic no less. Strange really, never noticed anyone agreeing with the view you seem to have of yourself. Can't think why.
pierre oreilly
22/10/2017
20:57
So Jacko believes: 1: We are going to save £Bns; and 2: All those £Bns are going to go towards the NHS. Brilliant Jacko, when did you sign the contract? LOL The government have just commited to spend £10Bn. Was it on the NHS? No. Was it on education? No. Was it on border control? No. Was it on industry/tech investment? No It was on property! WOW What wonderful, smart, intelligent people the Tories are! They are a three-trick pony and always have been: residential property, City finance and asset stripping (privatisation). Anything else would simply empower the unions - can't have that old-boy! Besides Landlords and gentry don't understand anything else! What on Earth makes you think, if we had the £bns, after all these years, the Tories are suddenly going to pump those billions (phantom billions) into the NHS? The answer is they aren't - guaranteed! They WANT the NHS to fail. They cannot sell their privatisation mantra to the public if the entity is ticking along all tickety-boo. They want to raid it and use it as a cash-cow. You have said it yourself with the likes of Capita! You can't have it both ways! Where is the money going to go? Really! Start looking a little further than your wilting mushroom tip!
minerve
22/10/2017
20:34
Jacko7 I can use 'ROFLMAO' anytime I like. I have the confidence to use it as I know I am a way more capable individual than you in mind and in life and its use is no reflection on my capability whereas perhaps it would be on you! I don't have a Facebook account and never have had one. By-the-way, Woodford's conclusion on Brexit is that in the long-run it will make no difference whether we are in or out. He doesn't dwell on the short-term in his commentary and I think that is deliberate. He is a long-term investor anyway. So please, don't put spin on it like the YouGov poll where you misrepresented the result and my comments above proved you wrong. You will always get plenty of up-ticks on this thread because many readers have similar limited capability like yourself. Turkeys voting for the turkey. It is laughable. Obviously tabloids still get good readership! ROFLMAO!
minerve
22/10/2017
20:27
aye Jacko your king of the swingers here . Did you not see the 450 billion missing last week.
bargainbob
22/10/2017
19:35
glad to read that we are the worlds 2nd most powerful country. Are you suggesting that The Chinese Army of 1.4m would be crushed by our total military of 144,000. You must be thinking optimistically about quality not quantity. China is a huge military power that has developed its own ballistic missiles.
careful
22/10/2017
19:20
National health service annual spend is £150bn. an all time high of course, it always rises. So much for austerity. Are you not worried jacko about the risks to London as the Worlds most important financial centre? Has been for decades, even centuries. We are so lucky, why change?
careful
22/10/2017
19:01
The UK is the fifth richest country in the world behind US, China, Japan and Germany. The UK is the second largest Global power in the World after the US. Does anyone think that France and Germany and the 27 feel that 'Little England' are a force all washed up and not needed by them. Trade is just one part of the big picture, but it seems that we have more than our fair share of people who think the UK is a busted flush. Sad that people can't see the wood for the trees. hxxps://ukdefencejournal.org.uk/study-finds-uk-is-second-most-powerful-country-in-the-world/
jacko07
22/10/2017
18:50
you talk about the EU as though we were not part of it. It was never 'them', but 'us'. We had a sweetheart deal, even kept our own currency and central bank. Reaped the benefits at very little cost.
careful
22/10/2017
18:04
"The EU will adapt to survive" But they didn't! Don't you remember Cameron being told "The EU is what it is" on unrestricted movement, take it or leave it! So the hitherto liberal Brits voted to leave! With the EU you have to adopt to survive!
gotnorolex
22/10/2017
17:24
Very difficult for any country with the Euro as their country to withdraw. Reinventing your own currency is almost impossible. The EU will adapt to survive. It is a huge project with 28 countries, more wishing to join, and over 500m population. The largest economic block in the World by GDP. Dont pray for the collapse of the EU, that is desperate wishful thinking peddled by Brexiteers.
careful
22/10/2017
17:20
I always felt that divide and rule was a great strategy.In the case of UK, the 27 and Brexit,divide is a strong move but rule went a long time ago when Churchill missed the opportunity. I don't believe any of the 27 are considering going it alone,rather they are on the sidelines watching and waiting for a development that spurs them into action. Just imagine if HM Gov had done to Scotland what the Spanish gov is doing to Catalonia,just the thought makes my head fizz!! Purely my musings folks.
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