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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Lloyds Banking Group Plc LLOY London Ordinary Share GB0008706128 ORD 10P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
1.12 2.79% 41.195 10:13:34
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
40.50 40.30 41.535 40.075
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xxxxxy: EU plot backfires: Businesses could quit bloc over vaccine blockade - major warningTHE European Union could trigger an economic crisis within the bloc as its move to block vaccine shipments to Australia backfires and threatens to "scare off investors".By OLI SMITH09:10, Sun, Mar 7, 2021 | UPDATED: 10:57, Sun, Mar 7, 2021Vaccine row: Investors will be 'very careful' says columnist Sign up to receive our rundown of the day's top stories direct to your inboxSUBSCRIBEWhen you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they'll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. Our Privacy Notice explains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.The EU could spark an economic crisis if investors are put off by the bloc's "political use" of its export ban. The Brussels-led bloc came under fire this week after backing Italy's move to block shipment of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine destined for Australia. In response, Australian politicians have lashed out at the EU for "tearing up the rule book".... Daily Express
stonedyou: Lloyds Banking and Asos among 'best shares to play the UK recovery', says broker Other banks, retailers and healthcare companies were also picked as good UK bounce-back investments Lloyds Banking Group PLC (LON:LLOY), WH Smith PLC (LON:SMWH) and Stagecoach Group PLC (LON:SGC) are among the best shares for investors to buy for the expected UK economic recovery, according to one City broker. Expecting the UK to see the fastest rate of recovery among major economies, analysts at Peel Hunt picked out what they see as the best bounce-back stocks. “Clearly the market is already pricing in a gradual easing of restrictions and starting to value businesses off recovered earnings,” said head of research Charles Hall in a note to clients on Friday. “However, we see a number of companies where the pace of recovery could be greater than expected and where there is also rating upside as visibility improves.” The analysts see the potential for 25%-plus share price appreciation in these companies over the next three to six months as this anticipated recovery starts to materialise. http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/941791/lloyds-banking-and-asos-among--best-shares-to-play-the-uk-recovery--says-broker-941791.html
xxxxxy: A global stock market rally is showing "signs of petering out," as bond yields steepened and investors' fears grew economic recovery could fuel rising inflation.European stocks fell at the open on Wednesday after closing lower or flat the previous day, after an 11-day bull run for global stocks ended on Tuesday. Britain's FTSE 100 (^FTSE) slid 0.5%, Germany's DAX (^GDAXI) shed 0.7% after reaching an all-time high on Monday, and France's CAC 40 (^FCHI) lost 0.5% after hitting its own post-pandemic high on Monday.It came after benchmark 10-year US Treasuries hit a new one-year high, with strong economic data and signs of progress on the US government's stimulus package fuelling recovery hopes and inflation expectations. Tuesday saw the biggest daily rise in US yields since the market upheaval of last March.The 10-year Germany government bunds also rose to their highest level since last June on Tuesday, fuelled by an investor sentiment survey hitting a five-month high and less dire-than-expected eurozone GDP declines in the fourth quarter of 2020.New data on Wednesday also showed UK inflation ticking higher, up 0.7% in December. "This is just the start though as the roaring 20s leads to roaring inflation by the end of the year," predicted Markets.com analyst Neil Wilson."The astonishing equity rally we've seen in recent days has showed signs of petering out over the last 24 hours," wrote Deutsche Bank analyst Jim Reid in a note."In sovereign bond markets...the selloff continued to gather pace as investors stuck with the reflation trade, not least as Congress is increasingly focusing on the passage of stimulus now that former President Trump's impeachment hearing is out of the way.Yahoo Finance
utrickytrees: M2, the FTSE is a bear index, more suited to shorters & traders than investors. I'm just a small investor that's realised the ftse game plays to my weaknesses...nothing to do with Brexit.
jordaggy: This isn't a market for retail investors, never was, most get burnt, always have...stick to funds if you're an investor, else carry on gambling...odds are you will lose in the long run.
minerve 2: psycho You keep on saying everything I have touched has been a "car wreck" yet you have absolutely no evidence to base that comment on. Investors make errors. I've made some right howlers. The difference is whether you learn from them or not. I lost £400K once when I was operating more like a business angel. Boom! All gone. Never again. Certainly learned my lesson on that one. Another howler was to allow myself to be bought into the idea of efficient markets, tracker funds and figures like beta by the so-called professionals - another mistake. Thankfully I am out on the other side of this mess and can confidently say I am one of the best investors on ADVFN, not measured by total return but on return on capital versus risk. I know all the ways to measure and value business. I generally like to use the Buffett method of owner earnings and I pay more attention to qualitative characteristics rather than balance sheet tangibles. But hey ho, WTFDIK.
optomistic: hTTps://ukinvestormagazine.co.uk/lloyds-share-price-further-upside-potential-in-2021/?mc_cid=e8236dd4ba&mc_eid=f6e9184e22 A little something to read on a dull day.... The Lloyds share price (LON:LLOY) staged a white-knuckle ride of a rally in late 2020, before making a retracement into the close of the year. Despite the sharp pull-back, Lloyds has more to offer investors in 2021 with shares valued attractively and the prospect of a UK economic recovery likely to boost sentiment around Lloyds shares. As we have previously noted when analysing Lloyds, valuing Lloyds by their profitability during the pandemic can be a perilous pursuit as UK banks’ profits have been ravaged by the Black Swan event of COVID-19, making the past 12 months earnings a poor barometer of earnings in the future. In addition, profits over the next couple of quarters will be unpredictable and largely correlated to short-term government decisions on economic lockdown restrictions. We would look to the book value or net asset value of Lloyds as the foremost valuation methodology. Lloyds shares During the pandemic, investors have effectively marked down their perceptions of what Lloyds assets are worth due to the risks of default caused by a severe economic downturn. The Lloyds share price fell as low as 24p in 2020, before recovering. Now that the worst of the economic uncertainty is behind us with the roll out of vaccines, the market is likely to reduce their risk rating attached to Lloyds shares as the chances of significant rates of default diminish. The end of the furlough scheme and changes to taxes in the UK still pose potential threats to the underlying health of the UK economy, and Lloyds profitability, but these are favourable when compared to a protracted pandemic and lockdown. With Lloyds shares trading at roughly 50% of the Book Value of the company, there is plenty of space for shares to move to the upside and back in line with historical averages. Lloyds Dividend There is also the prospect of the bank resuming the payments of dividends in the near term. Lloyds, along with all other UK banks, ceased the payments of dividends after a warning from the Bank of England they must conserve cash to see them through the coronavirus pandemic. With the pandemic seemingly moving towards its final stages after the approval of the third vaccine in the UK, The Bank of England have lifted guidance against paying dividends meaning Lloyds are now free start paying dividends again. Investors should expect dividend guidance in Lloyds next update, but also understand the resumption of dividends will likely be gradual over the coming reporting periods. Nonetheless, the additional buying pressure from income investors returning to the stock will provide support for the share price going forward. The combination of anticipation surrounding the Lloyds dividend and the low Price-to-Book valuation means the 2021 trading year is likely to be a positive one for the Lloyds share price, discounting any unexpected bad news concerning coronavirus.
maxk: Loss making delivery company to list .. what could possibly go wrong? Deliveroo backers serve up £5bn valuation ahead of London float Deliveroo had been hoping to float as soon as the end of February By Matthew Field ; Hannah Boland and James Cook 17 January 2021 • 12:01am https://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2021/01/17/deliveroo-backers-serve-5bn-valuation-ahead-london-float/ Deliveroo chief executive Will Shu CREDIT: Deliveroo Deliveroo has received a £130m cash injection which values the takeaway app at more than £5bn as it prepares to capitalise on its pandemic growth with a blockbuster stock market float. The funding round, led by existing investors Durable Capital Partners and Fidelity, lifts the total private backing for Deliveroo to more than £1.2bn. The company, led by co-founder Will Shu, said it will spend the cash developing more “dark kitchen” sites, which make meals for takeaway only, and expanding its “on demand” groceries business. It said the deal reflects its backers wish to stake more on the growth of the online takeaway market. Deliveroo is targeting a stock market debut in April after lockdown demand helped it become profitable for the first time after years of heavy losses. ­Analysts have speculated that it could attract a debut valuation of £8bn, which would make it the biggest new listing in London for a decade. Mr Shu, a 41-year-old former investment banker from the United States, is due to become one of Britain’s richest entrepreneurs in the float. Prior to the latest funding round he owned almost 6.8pc of Deliveroo, which at a valuation of £8bn would be worth £540m. The float will cap a rollercoaster 12 months for Deliveroo, which was close to collapse last year after a competition investigation held up an investment from Amazon. It has since enjoyed a surge in demand linked to the pandemic, which restored the company to profitability as locked-down consumers turned to takeaway delivery apps more than ever. Henry Whorwood, of analyst firm Beauhurst, said: “Deliveroo’s current valuation would already be a decent return for their existing investors such as Accel and Index Ventures. “An initial public offering could be much higher, possibly ten times its ­revenue, or nearly £8bn.” The recent successful float of DoorDash, a US rival, led to a surge in its stock price that sent the company’s valuation to more than $60bn (£44bn), fanning optimism about the prospects for its British rival. A virtual roadshow for Deliveroo’s float is due to start within weeks.
sharesoc: We are hosting a webinar with Lloyds on Wednesday which maybe of interest to potential investors and current shareholders. Carla Antunes da Silva (Group Strategy, Corporate Ventures & Investor Relations Director) and Douglas Radcliffe (Group Investor Relations Director) will update on performance following the publication of the Q3 interim management statement which was released on 29 October. More info can be found here: hTTps://www.sharesoc.org/events/sharesoc-webinar-with-lloyds-banking-group-plc-lloy-9-december-2020/
sharesoc: We are hosting a webinar with Lloyds on 9th December. May be worth watching if you are a current shareholder or potential investor. Carla Antunes da Silva (Group Strategy, Corporate Ventures & Investor Relations Director) and Douglas Radcliffe (Group Investor Relations Director) will be presenting: hTTps://www.sharesoc.org/events/sharesoc-webinar-with-lloyds-banking-group-plc-lloy-9-december-2020/
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