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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
  -1.02 -2.13% 46.675 46.66 46.68 47.415 46.47 47.11 71,465,788 13:22:55
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 29,167.0 1,226.0 1.2 38.9 33,118

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17/6/2021
16:00
I thought that the increase in the pension age was designed to equalise the burden going forwards. It is not as though many people do manual work any more.
joestalin
17/6/2021
15:17
It's about time us oldies told the gov we don't want to be favoured over youngsters - there are enough things we've got which they'll have to pay for. If the civil service and the forces would also reflect that gesture, the burden on our youth and people actually producing wealth would be quite a bit less. I'd hate to see a division between the older and the younger, but that's what may happen in the near future if we don't stop living at their expense. Give a little more to wealth creators, and a little less to those living off them.
pierre oreilly
17/6/2021
14:11
Why is arja obsessed with the Radio Times? Hardly a post goes by without his referring to it.
grahamite2
17/6/2021
12:39
I don't know richard tice but don't let that stop your imagination, Do you know the difference between imagination and reality? And please get over Brexit. It's done and dusted. You lost. You have a choice, either like it or lump it.
pierre oreilly
17/6/2021
11:39
I think we are only here because genes want to survive, and we are quite convenient for that, being a successful species. That also explains why men ogle decent crumpet - some years ago we'd probably just grab one and have our wicked way with them whenever we got the urge. Also explain why we store fat for the times we don't catch a tiger, or snake or slug for several days and just survive on the flab. What amazes me is why we have developed to go to work at 8:00 every 5 days a week, and what's more, sometimes travel 40 miles each way to do so. Seems effin stupid to me. We should have developed to just grow sufficient pigs and cows to feed us, then while away the hours in the sun (and rain). Of course, there would be just 1/1000 of the population if we did. I wonder if we (a type of intelligent ape) are just too successful for our own good.
pierre oreilly
17/6/2021
11:22
I'm having mine re wired so they ogle back
scruff1
17/6/2021
11:19
Miles behind... Virgin is double
crazi
17/6/2021
11:17
yields- sorry
arja
17/6/2021
11:11
scruff1, but you still need huge amounts of electricity to separate the hydrogen from water, although hydrogen is a much faster way of refuelling the vehicle. I haven't noticed any discussion here about the intention to build 50 superfast passenger jets which will only carry about 60 passengers. 60 x 50 =3000, the super elite of a global government perhaps? I take the view that the current exercise is all about experiments in control, and how far a population will allow itself to be grossly manipulated before it finally bites back.
lefrene
17/6/2021
11:09
it is a bit behind the other banks to day Crazi but still up 1.5% approx . Bond yirelds pulled back today which is capping the gains in bank stocks but the charts show they are all still in gentle uptrend
arja
17/6/2021
11:01
Interesting article in yesterday's mail. A preview of a book by Ross Clarke. It's basically in favour of hydrogen rather than electric vehicles and why following govt encouragement to buy an electric car is probably being suckered again as per their encouraging you to buy diesel
scruff1
17/6/2021
10:54
Finally a blue day after 2 weeks of red and yet Lloyds still way behind the gains of the other banks... typical.
crazi
17/6/2021
09:57
Jock booze gets a free run too...
maxk
17/6/2021
09:56
Live UK and US reach tariff truce on aircraft subsidies - live updates https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2021/06/17/markets-live-latest-coronavirus-news-pound-euro-ftse-100/
maxk
17/6/2021
09:46
sorry- break the 50p barrier ! few other minor typing errors too !
arja
17/6/2021
09:35
gbh2, perhaps his comments represent your outlook if you are a brextremist ! ( smile ) .
arja
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