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
  -0.16p -0.24% 66.64p 66.58p 66.61p 67.75p 66.56p 67.22p 140,211,555 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 23.0 47,947.69

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11/12/2017
16:58
A drop in UK property will be very damaging to banks New houses coming to England and Wales markets Av price Dropped 2.6% in last month ie fresh properties to the market ( not new homes) works out to 30% plus annual drop Worse in London at 3.7% monthly drop works out to over 45% ( London leads the rest follow) Wales worse still at 5.2% drop , equals over 60% annual fall IF IT CONTINUES I think we could be in for a 25% drop in 2018 buywell3 - 03 Dec 2017 - 15:23:08 - 149214 of 149335 RBS 'A NEW THREAD II' - RBS Property prices are falling in the UK The labour party let banks go unregulated under Brown 2008 crash resulted Plus current swathe of various miss- selling claims and more still on going A property correction is coming ... when it does banks will not want to be holding circa 20 of the UK property market on their books as repos. What will they do instead ? As Fiat money loses value ... not pegged to Gold It is easy to see why the rise of Crypto Currencies has taken hold What are the banks going to do to stop fiat money from continuing to lose value ? Will their be queues to buy LLOY and RBS taxpayers shares ? GOLD is being held steady by those that have the power to do so .... US Banks for the most part When World property bubbles go pop as interest rates rise ... who will be able to buy the repos ? Most folks have debt issues now, bigger than in 2008
buywell3
11/12/2017
16:47
May have been a shambles but no one complained about the ridiculous dividends at the time
vauch
11/12/2017
16:39
213728.Last para. Absolutely.Central banks have a lot to answer for.Absolute shambles the last decade or so.
chiefbrody
11/12/2017
16:38
Jacko and Grahamite sounding desperate wishing bad on the Continentals. Not a good trait. I, for one, wish you both well and plenty of investment success.
alphorn
11/12/2017
16:10
Minerve is unhappy because his portfolio is losing big time and he has missed out on Bitcoin. Just sour grapes.
exlogicalad
11/12/2017
15:57
What I love with Minerve is how he can rubbish the Bitcoin as a bubble and refer to its investors as morons and criminals.Yet he can't see any the slightest bit of evidence of moronity or moral criminality in the Bank of England own actions, whose currency he's more than happy to park his own wealth in.To remind you Minerve the BoE's balance sheet averaged around £35bn between 2000 and 2007 before they recklessly increased it tenfold to about £350bn by 2011. And over than same period the actual supply of physical Sterling notes and coinage went from £45bn to around £60bn.Sterling is the bubble my friend, and Central Banks like the Bank of England have been the very architects behind Bitcoin's success.
raffles the gentleman thug
11/12/2017
15:43
Bitcoin still doing well Minerve ...
raffles the gentleman thug
11/12/2017
15:10
post 725..If the EU lose 8% of exports they would suffer but survive. If we lost 50% we would be ruined. So the EU are the only bloc who would buy British production. The rest of the World is still here, who did we sell to pre-Europe. If the EU lose 8% of exports, it is Germany, France and Italy who will be the big losers, forget about the rest. I don't see Germany or France, wanting to cut their own throats. If they were to even threaten such crazy action, Mrs Merkel's already shaky position would be swiftly ended by the industrialists. Mr Macron is already proving to be very helpful to the Corporations, so France is unlikely to put their UK exports in peril. Italy are already in a precarious state, so they will go along with any deal that doesn't make things any worse. There are just too many people trying hard to derail Brexit. It will not be Britain doomed, it will be Britain taking off the shackles.
jacko07
11/12/2017
14:02
Seem to remember that we import £280bn pa from EU. £200bn from us to them. but we must remember how large the eu is. They export 8% of their exports to us. We export 50% of ours to them. If the EU lose 8% of exports they would suffer but survive. If we lost 50% we would be ruined.
careful
11/12/2017
13:55
What unintended consequences, careful? The complete collapse of the EU would be the ideal. I hope and pray I live to see it.
grahamite2
11/12/2017
13:53
'Nothing is agreed until everything is agreed'. That includes the achievement of getting a decent trade agreement. The UK holds most of the cards anyway and it is important that we get such a trade agreement.
selborne_edge
11/12/2017
13:50
Santa, Santa, Santa....... Get ready for 70p folks. ;-)
sux_2bu
11/12/2017
13:42
She will have to pay some money to the EU. who should pay Nigel Farage's £70k annual pension. ..or Lord Kinnock's huge eu pension or his wife's.? Not fair to expect Germany to pay these pensions, they are uk people. hope we can keep London as the Worlds leading financial centre after Brexit. Worrying comment from the head of Goldman and others. Also those aerospace projects such the Eurofighter (Typhoon) and Tornado projects. British led with RR engines. We are bound to suffer here. Same with the motor industry although EU do well out of us . We have leverage on this. Not so with Big Pharma, much to lose here. Very worrying, we have no chance of matching the deal we already had. A deadly combination of madness and ignorance. After Brexit, the eu could collapse or change for the worst as well. Unintended consequences. EU needed uk to stay strong.
careful
11/12/2017
13:03
Even Mrs May, with her unerring instinct for doing the wrong thing, would not pay tens of billions for nothing whatever.
grahamite2
11/12/2017
13:00
Lloy doing its' usual Must have found a tenuous reason to fall, snow maybe?
begorrah88
11/12/2017
12:50
......and you believe that?
alphorn
11/12/2017
12:43
The PM has confirmed that we shall not pay the ransom to leave the EU unless there is a trade deal. That puts that twerp Hammond right out on a limb.
grahamite2
11/12/2017
12:35
I've been reading the runes .... LLOYDS BANKING GROUP PLC (LLOY) rose sharply to close at 66.80 pence, up 3.55 percent. The stock has never gained more in one day since Feb 22, when it was up 4.39 percent. Technically it also looks good. The stock is trend wise positive in the medium term and a further increase is indicated.
aceuk
11/12/2017
12:05
As I understand it they don't make any money on the new car itself. Their profit comes from the trade-in and from commission on the finance deal.
grahamite2
11/12/2017
11:58
Hi chancer had the same happen to me had to tell them stop hard sell or i walk out. have been told since lead them on as if your going to have a PCP then tell them you'ii pay cash you then end up with a better deal .
pooroldboy55
11/12/2017
11:21
One for the infirmed: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=inclined+bed+therapy
gyy
11/12/2017
11:01
Dr B. - I'm on it.
broadwood
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