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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
  -0.765 -1.6% 46.925 46.94 46.97 47.415 46.435 47.11 165,223,036 16:35:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 29,167.0 1,226.0 1.2 39.1 33,295

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16/6/2021
15:08
lefrene, the care and provision she got whilst at home was first class, absolutely no problem getting stuff from the care team at NHS, but getting it back !!!! Its all stuck in our garage, they don't want it.
mikemichael2
16/6/2021
15:03
I agree with you diku but of course the underlings are"only following orders"
mr.elbee
16/6/2021
14:43
Protocols, boxes to be ticked and there's plenty more peasants to be milked for more money to waste. Government was ever thus, and lately has gone into overdrive, this covid thing must be making fortunes for some suppliers.
lefrene
16/6/2021
14:16
They dont want crutches etc back because they would have to clean/disinfect before they could be re issued. Too expensive, and as mentioned too paperwork heavy. State sponsored waste.
maxk
16/6/2021
13:17
I know. Really disgusting. Makes a mockery of values.
xxxxxy
16/6/2021
13:15
Woke = Age of Darkness and Destruction.Woke = Back to a Dark Age.
xxxxxy
16/6/2021
13:14
Age of Self Destruction.......Nearly 6m UK jobs could move overseas thanks to remote workingAs many as 18pc of white-collar roles are 'anywhere jobs' which can be moved abroad, report warnsByHarry Yorke, WHITEHALL EDITOR16 June 2021 • 5:30amThe shift to working from home brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic has left almost 6 million jobs at risk of being shifted overseas, the Tony Blair Institute has warned.Calling for urgent government intervention, a new report says that around 18 per cent of professional white-collar roles fit the criteria of "anywhere jobs", meaning they can be done remotely and moved offshore.It says that 1.7 million are based in finance, research and real estate, 1.1 million are in transport and communication, and 800,000 in manufacturing..... Daily Telegraph
xxxxxy
16/6/2021
11:53
Mr e, have you had the poison in your arm yet???
mikemichael2
16/6/2021
10:49
mr e...of course there is always a way round to it...my point being too many questions asked to reveal oneself before getting even response to a basic question...
diku
16/6/2021
10:42
Diku. I refuse to give those details TO A CHAV UNDERLING AND INSIST ON SPEAKING TO THE BOSS AND THEN HAVE NO PROBLEM THERE IS always A WAY
mr.elbee
16/6/2021
10:41
So who are these people that are so gullible...one gets cleaned out and the other one comes along twice the speed...or there seems to be a guaranteed perception now that every time the market crashes the Central Banks will step in to support...so what do the punters do?...buy buy buy as the market keeps giving free money...this is then recycled into the economy...money goes round in a circle... maxk16 Jun '21 - 10:54 - 341996 of 341999 0 1 0 MB As long as you can gull someone into accepting your paper, you are never out of ammo
diku
16/6/2021
10:28
Lefrene, it is clear you have no idea what you are talking about, and not for the first time. First of all, I posed the question to you regarding record reverse repos currently being enacted by the Fed - I.e. the vast excess liquidity of US banks being deposited at the Fed for zero return. Of course, you did not have an answer. As far away from he reality of a bust banking system as mere words can describe. On the issue of the conversion of Gilts to perpetuals, this would be by definition a default with consequences an order of size greater than the current issue of a post-war high debt to GDP ratio. You might also consider the direct effect of doing this upon U.K. banks, which would likely not survive this as well as all U.K. pension funds which, by regulation, must match assets to liabilities to a degree where around 70% of long dated assets are Gilts versus 30% in equities and other asset classes. As for the U.K. refinancing, or at least raising debt thereafter, no chance. You need to stop reading your comics.
psychochopper
16/6/2021
10:17
M2 That's a frequent fly comment of yours. I dont profess to know it all, far from it though I wish I did. I thought these boards were to express opinions. For what it's worth and depending on your stash - buy all of them
scruff1
16/6/2021
09:59
"Get ready for a blowout collapse. Central banks have shot their bolt, out of ammunition" ----------------- Folk have been saying that for years!! scruff1, you know it all, what should I do?? I have a stack in the bank doing nothing, should I buy gold? buy a house? classic car?holiday lodge? If all goes 'wrong' winter time could be interesting.
mikemichael2
16/6/2021
09:55
There are not that many perpetual bonds out there and those that are are generally held by smaller investors. Institutions I would expect are not that interested generally in perpetual bonds because whether they are pension funds or insurance companies they generally match bond assets against liabilities and if they want the capital back from perpetual bonds they would purely rely on the secondary market with no maturity guarantee.
medieval blacksmith
16/6/2021
09:54
MB As long as you can gull someone into accepting your paper, you are never out of ammo.
maxk
16/6/2021
09:47
"You are never out of ammo when you can print your own.." Really? I don't think so.
medieval blacksmith
16/6/2021
09:40
scruff1, I have answered maxk's question. Perpetual Bonds don't have to be bought back in at the end of their maturity, thus the governments cease having to worry about getting money to buy back Bonds at maturity, remember many of these Bonds have a short life of 2 to 5 years, a great many are 10 year bonds, once all Bonds are declared perpetual, the cliff edge of having to create or get money via more taxes to buy them back at maturity, disappears. Vast numbers of recent Bonds have a coupon of 2 or 3%. Raise rates to 5 or 6% and the value of those bonds collapse, but because they have been made into perpetual Bonds, they don't have to be bought back until it suits the purse of the Treasury. So it makes it more affordable for the Treasury at it's convenience, to buy back bonds for cancellation.
lefrene
16/6/2021
09:28
I think you need to answer max's question. I can see some thieving scheme being devised. Remember cyprus a few years ago ? Gonna be interesting what happens to fatty's popularity when furlough ends and the fan starts doing its work. No wonder he doesnt want lockdown to end and the inquiries to start.
scruff1
16/6/2021
09:25
The government would buy them back in to cancel them, to reduce debt and get their books straight over time. Or at least that's what a responsible government would do. But very likely once they saw how the wheeze worked to save the current situation, these cretins would very likely start to game things again to create yet more currency to squander on yet more vanity schemes.
lefrene
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