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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
  -0.06 -0.13% 47.78 47.775 47.785 48.185 47.58 48.19 34,785,689 11:25:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 29,167.0 1,226.0 1.2 39.8 33,902

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15/5/2021
16:00
hTtps://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-beds-bucks-herts-57127034 Great country. Expect more. LOL!
minerve 2
15/5/2021
15:18
lol @ pic above of harry
tradejunkie2
15/5/2021
15:05
scruff Although I said currency pairs we were talking about the $/£ and the parity conversation was generally raised WRT Brexit. Bitcoin unravelling is only an issue for morons like Elon, mm2 and sentiment. I generally don't make price predictions for the reasons you mention, not on gold, not on economies, and not even on stocks, but on these things during 'normal' times you can be approximately right rather than precisely wrong if you know what you are doing.
minerve 2
15/5/2021
13:59
They said we must join the ERM or it would be a disaster for this country and they were wrong. They said we must joint the Euro or it would be a disaster for this country and they were wrong. They said we must remain in the EU or it would be a disaster for this country and they were wrong yet again. The remoaners are fanatics and idiots, a terrible combination.
grahamite2
15/5/2021
13:44
THing is minnie when/if covid disappears there will be another 'one off' on its way. Scots Independence, all out war middle east, chinese military intervention in S China Sea, bitcoin unravels, hyper inflation, Lloy £10. Hassles are not really one offs, like covid variants - just got a different title
scruff1
15/5/2021
13:44
THing is minnie when/if covid disappears there will be another 'one off' on its way. Scots Independence, all out war middle east, chinese military intervention in S China Sea, bitcoin unravels, hyper inflation, Lloy £10. Hassles are not really one offs, like covid variants - just got a different title
scruff1
15/5/2021
13:19
Brexit is a vaccine to eradicate €U induced myopia. But the remainers cannot see it...
maxk
15/5/2021
12:49
There is no point looking at currency pairs ATM because they are all supported by short term transient COVID policies. Wait until COVID disappears - if it does - and then watch the £/$ rate a few years+ in. Brexit is a cancer, not a heart attack.
minerve 2
15/5/2021
12:42
Charts are just another side tool attached to casino markets/shares...
diku
15/5/2021
12:20
Pierre Cant agree with you there. Models are very useful as long as you bear in mind that they are just that. Feed in all available data and make predictions. When it works give yourself a pat on the back. When it doesnt work find out why not and refine - repeat. Pretty much the base of all science. Weather forecast is easiest example and that is now very good. Never been into charts but I guess they must work up to a point or no one would use them. I dont think they account for one off events but there are plenty of those so maybe they should. The starting point for my new model is that by the end of next week Lloy will be 50.0 p +/-
scruff1
15/5/2021
11:49
Enjoy removing the key scratches from your Porsche Macan.
joestalin
15/5/2021
11:42
It's basically 1.40 because billions of unpredicatable events have driven it to 1.40. Predicting the future is impossible, because there are usually so many factors which go into it. Everything from economic predictions, people who stare at charts to predict the future share price, people who build multi-billion dollar computer models to predict the future climate - it's all cack. Complexity defeats all of them. The problem is to reach the stage of realising man knows pretty much nothing in the grand scheme of things it help to have a decent in depth knowledge of one tiny tiny aspect of nature. Then you realise there is so much more to know about the thing you already know more about than most people about you realise the total human knowledge relative to all knowledge is a tiny bit above 0%.
pierre oreilly
15/5/2021
11:27
For all those experts who were on the BBC predicting parity with the $ now at $1.40 can you please explain why this should be. .
pooroldboy55
15/5/2021
11:19
I'm going for a Porsche Macan after making a stack on Tern plc.
mikemichael2
15/5/2021
10:58
After having driven a BMW for many years, my next car will be a Hyundai Ioniq.
joestalin
15/5/2021
10:48
Might the EU be about to reap what it sows? We are already hearing increasingly from people who now check the provenance of goods in the supermarket when they go shopping. If there is an alternative to an EU product, whether from the UK (preferably) or from the rest of the world, the EU product stays on the shelf. Perhaps this is why the latest ONS figures show a drop in imports from the EU and a rise in imports from the rest of the world. Superb news.
freddie01
15/5/2021
09:03
I’ll second that send the lot back
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