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
  -0.35p -0.54% 64.05p 64.04p 64.07p 64.26p 63.64p 63.85p 48,027,659 11:17:33
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 39,611.0 4,238.0 2.9 22.1 46,014.09

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18/8/2017
11:21
Just had a quick look at the hocus-pocus thread: LLOYDS BANKING GROUP PLC (LLOY) developed negatively and fell 1.45 percent to a close of 64.40 pence. We must go back to Apr 21 to find a lower close for the stock. It does, however, look good technically. The stock is trend wise positive in the medium term, is testing the support at 64.20 pence and a further increase is indicated.
aceuk
18/8/2017
11:21
Leaving the European Union without a deal in place would not spell disaster for the UK economy, according to a free market thinktank advocating trade with the rest of the world over a “hamstrung” deal with Brussels. Despite repeated warnings that leaving without an agreement would hurt British companies and consumers, the report from the Institute of Economic Affairs, published on Friday, says the UK could remove all import barriers to achieve lower prices for consumers, increased productivity and higher wages. https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2017/aug/18/leaving-eu-without-deal-would-not-be-a-disaster-says-thinktank
bluprince
18/8/2017
11:10
I suppose people shouldn't have taken to the streets to demonstrate against apartheid either............... Well, I did and I didn't expect to be murdered as a result.
keyno
18/8/2017
11:08
Good post Minerve.
grahamite2
18/8/2017
10:52
Minerve Probably the worst post you have ever made on here..and there have been a few. Suggest the subject has had more than enough coverage.
smartypants
18/8/2017
10:37
Good post Minerve.
ladeside
18/8/2017
10:34
jacko07 Lee probably killed many. So did many others who still have statues - on both sides. American society deemed it appropriate to have these statues erected in the first place and they have been there - left alone - for decades, so what has changed? The ONLY thing that has changed is a view held by do-gooder activists who are a small minority with very big mouths. We don't know their view represents the majority of Americans especially in the south and I suspect it doesn't. No banner waving or street protests are going to help anyone regard the black community any better in the US. Black lives matter? Yes they do. But perhaps they should be stating that fact to their own race considering most lose their lives in gang warfare. I would suggest they start respecting themselves before they ask others to respect them. Also, the white do-gooders who join them need to learn a little more about slavery and where and when it existed. It still exists today and they all benefit from it. So they are hypocrites. As far as that girl is concerned, I am sure she is far from innocent or she is rather stupid. From what I have read and seen tensions were already high before that idiot used his car. It is not like someone just decided to drive into an otherwise peaceful and orderly scene like the other idiot in Barcelona yesterday. There must have been a point where one would ask whether it was safe to continue protesting and was the attendence at the protest worth the risk of violence towards you or the risk of being arrested by the police; the obvious answer would be no. As for my daughter, she wouldn't be there. She has more sense and has a good understanding of hypocrisy aswell as history seeing as she is studying the subject.
minerve
18/8/2017
10:33
If we're talking about companies that should have been crucified I think we should give a small mention to Occidental who caused the deaths of 167 people on the Piper Alpha. And people have the cheek to talk about BP............
ladeside
18/8/2017
10:05
Pyrford International Ltd. Chief Executive Officer Tony Cousins says he’s avoiding U.K. banking and retail stocks because the country’s economy is set to weaken as consumer debt piles up. That’s a bigger problem than Brexit, says Cousins, who is also chief investment officer of Pyrford, the European arm of BMO Global Asset Management. “The U.K. has a lot of challenges. The one that most people talk about is Brexit, which I think is not insignificant, but it’s a bit of a sideshow,” said Cousins in a phone interview on Wednesday. “The big problem in the U.K. has been the major build up in consumer debt that we’ve seen, particularly whether it’s mortgage debt or car debt or just general consumer debt.” https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-08-18/pyrford-says-brexit-is-sideshow-consumer-debt-bigger-challenge
bluprince
18/8/2017
10:03
"So stop bashing and criticizing, many of us enjoy reading Jacko" Did you mean.. So jacko, so stop bashing and criticizing, what many of us enjoy reading ? Or are your blinkers realy that good? 75p next stop eh Mr j ? Or are we now considering the low 60p's... even tho the posting of brokers 58p target price was ridiculed ? I posted yesterday that your oppinion is valued.. I just forgot to add the name of the valuee..see above
smartypants
18/8/2017
10:00
62p within spitting distance.
mitchy
18/8/2017
08:49
Aceuk..Jacko called it correctly yesterday in several posts. You seem to guffaw at his posts. Is this because you are a bluey and obviously streets more successful than those who post for free. Whatever, it doesn't really matter, or could it be that his posts are often on the ball and far more entertaining than your cut and pastes from Google. I have to say, do you really think he clearly has no idea, or are you miffed that he seems to get it right quite a lot of the time. I read this board regularly and take notice of it all, even the less interesting stuff we should already know. So stop bashing and criticizing, many of us enjoy reading Jacko, also Alphorn, LADESIDE, Minerve and many others who all seem to me to be very switched on.
exlogicalad
18/8/2017
08:39
My own thoughts on the FDIC action Mr Elbee are that they would be better served by claiming PPI
whitestone
18/8/2017
08:37
The Financial Times carries a fuller report of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)lawsuit... “FDIC sues Barclays, RBS and other banks over Libor" https://www.ft.com/content/46d51cbe-8360-11e7-a4ce-15b2513cb3ff Commenting the FT notes “….The London lawsuit comes after parts of a similar claim by the FDIC was thrown out of federal court in New York last year after a judge deemed the court lacked jurisdiction to decide the case………….. ………While there is no value stated for the English suit, the FDIC’s New York claim was seeking damages as high as $1bn. The Times first reported detailed allegations contained in the London lawsuit, initially filed in March. Lloyds, which now owns Bank of Scotland, said in a statement: “We do not believe the claim has any merit and is being contested vigorously. The other banks, the BBA and the FDIC declined to comment".
whitestone
18/8/2017
08:18
IAG getting hit this morning as you'd expect plus other travel related stocks, hotels etc. Las Ramblas another victim - obviously because it is a popular fun place to be.
broadwood
18/8/2017
08:12
Oh lord jacko07, the man who blames everybody else for everything and never looks to himself - nobody could make up that somebody seems to spend their entire days ranting in the ether about stuff they clearly have no idea about. It would be better if he wasn't humoured.
aceuk
18/8/2017
08:07
Thank you Masterbator.
garycook
18/8/2017
07:42
Why are there so many pompous arrogant idiots on this LLOY thread !!!
garycook
18/8/2017
07:35
polar..what is pathetic!! stick to your penny shares.
jacko07
18/8/2017
07:23
Lloyds will be above 75p very soon
inv
18/8/2017
06:42
Following on from all the pathetic stuff above, the FTSE is currently not too bad, down about 35 points from yesterday's close. The Dow is helping, up around 20 points from yesterday. On IG.
polar fox
18/8/2017
02:07
Wow mystic Jacko , will take credit for the fall in Lloyds as he predicted it at 00:20 on the 18th.
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