Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Lloyds Banking Group Plc 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
  +0.00p +0.00% 59.13p 59.43p 59.46p 59.54p 54.06p 54.55p 372,211,606 16:35:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 22,091.0 5,960.0 5.5 10.8 41,467

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13/10/2019
23:54
"how to become well known and famous"... by being on BBC press preview and defend remain side. Well, that's how some of them believe anyway. Useless lot..
k38
13/10/2019
23:34
Ah, so thats whats wrong with F1. So boring Alp cant keep his eyes open :-)
maxk
13/10/2019
22:48
I was shocked that the program is allowed to be aired
tygarreg
13/10/2019
22:42
Wow, just watched that Mash report. What a medium for anti Tory, anti Brexit, pro extinction rebellion propaganda. Absolute disgrace!
tygarreg
13/10/2019
22:24
Hilary Benn, March 2016 https://twitter.com/iedsx/status/1183068143402520576
cheshire pete
13/10/2019
22:15
grahamite2: Is this the hole in the Surrender Act you were referring to earlier? courtesy of spawny100: Is there a hole in the Benn surrender act? Https://youtu.be/snscpgYgrV0
cheshire pete
13/10/2019
21:48
Not seeing the brexit deal issues reported anywhere else tonight.
bargainbob
13/10/2019
21:43
https://www.gov.uk/guidance/uk-trade-agreements-with-non-eu-countries-in-a-no-deal-brexit
poikka
13/10/2019
21:35
Boris is a liar. Only the brain dead lemmings would deny it.
minerve 2
13/10/2019
21:27
What can the UK learn from Canada's awful experience with the EU?EU's trade deals : long on time, short on money?Credit: EU Commission12 mth review: How has the much-vaunted EU-Canada trade deal worked out for Canada?A year on, Brexit Facts4EU.Org looks at how little a 15-year EU trade negotiation has benefited a Commonwealth cousin.On 21 September 2017, 15 years of negotiations between the EU Commission and Canada finally resulted in the provisional entry into force of CETA – the "Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement".Even after 15 years of negotiations by the EU Commission, this deal still has not been ratified by the EU's member states. Despite this, it was 'provisionally implemented' a year ago, so we look at the benefits it has brought to Canada in the last 12 months.BREXIT FACTS4EU.ORG SUMMARYLessons the UK can learn from Canada's disastrous experience of the EUNegotiating trade deals is the exclusive 'competence' of the EU CommissionMembership of the EU's Customs Union (CU) means the UK can't negotiate on its own behalfBoris Johnson's proposed Withdrawal Agreement keeps the UK in the CU for years of the Transition PeriodHow long did CETA take?2004 : Ottawa, deal framework was agreed, negotiations started2009 : Prague, negotiations were rebranded as CETA trade deal2014 : Toronto, a signed 'in principle' agreement was presented2016 : Brussels, deal is vetoed by Belgian region of Wallonia2017 : Brussels, deal is finally signed and provisionally applied2019 : The deal is still not yet fully ratified by the EUHow has the EU's deal worked out for Canada?The chart below shows two things: Canada's exports to the EU over the last 12 months, and the proportion of these which went to the UK.?© Brexit Facts4EU.Org - click to enlargeAs can be seen above, Canada's exports to the EU have barely moved in the last 12 months since the EU trade deal was provisionally implemented - to great fanfare from the EU - a year ago.And how has the EU's deal worked out for the UK?Sadly, the Canadian Statistics office shows that the UK's exports to Canada have dropped by -1.6% since the EU provisionally implemented its CETA trade deal with Canada. $8,057 million in the last 12 months, compared to $8,184 million in the 12 months before.In the last 12 months of the EU-Canada trade deal alone (from Sep 2018), the UK's monthly exports have dropped by -32%.?© Brexit Facts4EU.Org - click to enlargeWhen the UK leaves the EU, CETA is worth virtually nothing to CanadaIn 2018 Canadians sold goods worth $46.8 billion of goods to the EU. A great result. The problem is that $17.9 billion (38%) of that was actually sold to the UK.When the UK is no longer part of the EU, Canada's Free Trade Agreement with the EU will suddenly be worth a whole lot less. Currently that means just 62% of Canada's total exports in 2018 to the EU. And Canada's exports to the EU have barely increased.NOTE: All data comes from Statistics Canada - the Canadian government's official statistics agency.All figures are expressed in Canadian dollars.
xxxxxy
13/10/2019
21:17
Just watched The Post: a movie about the Pentagon Papers starring Tom Hanks. Fairly enjoyable movie and you can certainly see the parallels between then and Trump now trying to censorship free press and undermine good quality journalism. Washington Post was one of Buffett's best investments - it had low capital costs, good margins and pricing power through its natural monopoly. I've pondered whether there is still life in local papers and whether a small investment in Real would be a good investment - not convinced, but it remains on my watchlist for now. The industry is obviously consolidating and I guess it is a trade off between reducing costs and reproducing/copying content across papers vs maintaining quality journalism and pertinent stories to loyal local readerships. A PE of 2 though has to be worth a look.
minerve 2
13/10/2019
21:17
£16bn, after rebate and before any of our money gets returned, to go to Brussels next year. Brussels has said that all rebates get ditched after 2020 - aha, maybe that's the 2020 being talked about. So basically, Boris's bus was right - just a little bit ahead of its time.
poikka
13/10/2019
21:12
Notice how the Politicians have become so very clever after the event...nobody talked about any deals before the Referendum...
diku
13/10/2019
21:03
As has been said, Irish Border issue is an EU red herring.
poikka
13/10/2019
21:02
5xy 339 - "WHY IS NOBODY TALKING ABOUT THE LISBON TREATY, THE TREATY THAT COMES INTO FORCE 2020" I'm all for Leaving, but you don't have to post nonsense like in 339 post. That is just not the case. Folks, do yourselves a favour and check-out any mention of Lisbon 2020 - it doesn't exist. Check for it on Wikipedia. Read the Lisbon Treaty - only some 339 pages, lol. Seriously, stop posting that stuff. That does not mean that Brussels won't push for some of the items listed on 339 post in the future; I think that they will in time.
poikka
13/10/2019
19:16
Any excuse .
maxk
13/10/2019
19:03
leave to me meant NO DEAL...since no deal was ever mentioned.. That is far too difficult for some to understand,however.
mr.elbee
13/10/2019
18:23
You are such a classic numpty k38. Do you manage a house and family, or is it just you in your bedsit?
minerve 2
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