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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
  0.855 1.86% 46.855 46.875 46.895 47.025 46.25 46.83 62,460,557 11:00:56
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 29,167.0 1,226.0 1.2 39.0 33,246

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18/6/2021
07:05
Maybe Ronaldo is so good, so rich and so well known football and Portugal are there to represent him.
scruff1
18/6/2021
07:05
And down she goes---- AGAIN---- Market Makers have been shafting banks for over 2 weeks.
crazi
18/6/2021
07:02
Yes Brian !
scruff1
18/6/2021
06:56
Now listen to me young man, we're here to play football & represent our country not make political gestures.
utrickytrees
18/6/2021
06:52
arja I thank you sir ...........
scruff1
18/6/2021
06:40
scruffi, interested to read your posts and I take your point
arja
18/6/2021
06:38
gettingPOOR , my posts are over your head sport and amusing to hear a brextremist who voted to make most people's lives worse ( not the billionaire owners of the right wing rags who indoctrinated gettingpoor of course ) talking about someone's IQ. Please tell me the benefits of brexit if you claim you do not have a very low IQ ?? Or is it only the BLUE passport and the satisfaction of ending FOM depriving young people or anyone of opportunities they may wish to avail themselves of ??
arja
18/6/2021
06:29
what an old fashioned old git you are Grahamite2 and I still await a sensible post from you . Nothing wrong with top sportsmen having an opinion although maybe you are one of the brexiteers who admire Putin and the "managed" democracy in Russia . Desmond Swayne is a pompous twit similar to JRM who you probably admire too . JRM is an obnoxious character with his religious views adding to this .
arja
17/6/2021
23:27
Desmond Swayne has long been one of the few defenders of liberty in the Commons, so hats off to him. But he's also one of the foreign aid spendthrifts so it's hard to make him out.
grahamite2
17/6/2021
23:06
Common sense by an MP.. https://twitter.com/clarkemicah/status/1405443573995249669?s=21 Whatever next?
maxk
17/6/2021
22:48
Portugal captain Ronaldo started a trend at the European Championship on Monday when he removed two Coca-Cola bottles from view during a press conference and made clear people should be drinking “agua” (water). That was followed in the next two days by Pogba putting aside a bottle of non-alcoholic Heineken – seemingly for religious reasons – and Manuel Locatelli also proclaiming “acqua” when moving two bottles of Coca-Cola during press conferences of their own. Is it possible it might penetrate Southgate's dull brain that this is the sort of thing that happens when footballers get involved in non football related contentious issues?
grahamite2
17/6/2021
22:22
Have you been for your swim today Minny in your budgie smugglers?
gettingrichslow
17/6/2021
22:08
Only idiot not happy is the idiot who hasn't realised he LOST the most crucial vote in decades. Haha
sentimental rules
17/6/2021
21:51
Ooooh, look at all the hate being spouted. Little Englanders STILL not happy! ROFLMAO!
minerve 2
17/6/2021
21:12
Don't say entrepreneurs aren't a brave bunch - just look at Kristo Kaarmann.The co-founder and chief executive of Wise, the multi-billion pound money transfer business, is about to steer his company through an unconventional stock market listing in London just months after other tech businesses were snubbed.Wise on Thursday announced plans to list in London through a direct listing - an uncommon method of going public where shares are just listed on a stock market and left to trade. Read more: Wise move: Tech giant chooses London for blockbuster $6bn listingBy simply opening up to buy and sell orders, Wise's stock price and valuation will be totally at the whims of the market. Judging by the experience of other tech businesses so far this year, the market might not be particularly kind.Deliveroo's (ROO.L) stock dropped as much as 30% on its debut in March. Semiconductor company Alphawave (AWE.L) suffered a 18% crash in May. This week, online furniture retailer Made.com (MADE.L) sunk 8% on its first day of trade - almost respectable given the recent run.All three businesses pursued an IPO, which involves an investor 'roadshow' where management pitch their business to top institutional investors. A roadshow lets companies gauge investor appetite so bankers can set share prices at a level that interests buyers. It also allows companies to secure 'anchor' investors to provide stability and signal to the market this is a serious company with serious backers.Read more: Deliveroo shares plunge on London stock market debutWise will have no such luxury. A direct listing means the company will just have to hope investors have read about Wise in the press and liked what they saw.Given the experience Alphawave, Made.com, and Deliveroo, perhaps the decision is understandable - who needs investment bankers when they get it this wrong? At least Wise won't go through the embarrassment of seeing overpriced shares sink.But complicating things further is Wise's decision to opt for a dual class share listing. This structure will hand management total control of the company for five years. While this set up is common for tech businesses in the US, European investors have been less keen on it. Deliveroo's decision to opt for a dual class structure was cited as one of the reasons for its poor reception earlier this year.?The TransferWise app (renamed as Wise now). Photo: Rafael Henrique/SOPA /LightRocket via Getty ImagesMoreWise is not the same as Deliveroo. Unlike the takeaway app, Wise is profitable and has healthy margins. The business isn't dogged by concerns about treatment of contractors and looming regulation. And where investors worried Deliveroo may have peaked during the pandemic, Wise's focus on cross border payments is a more long-term trend that is likely to continue to grow. Wise moved £54.4bn ($76bn) on behalf of 6 million active clients last year and Kaarmann is hoping to rely on some of these customer to support the listing. The company is launching a new scheme dubbed OwnWise to encourage its customers to buy into the business. Here, the company is borrowing the tactics of crowdfunding. Consumer-facing businesses have long recognised that crowdfunding allows them to not only tap customers for cash but also incentivise them to act as sales people for the brand. Investors will sound off about the business to anyone who will listen because their own finances are at stake.Read more: Deliveroo IPO stock flop raises questions for Goldman and JP MorganDespite all this, Wise's direct listing is a leap of faith. Breath will be held as the opening bell rings on the first day of trade.Wise's experience will be another barometer of London's appetite for tech. Chancellor Rishi Sunak's attempts to make the UK more attractive for tech listings have so far fallen flat. Mature business continue to choose New York over London. Wise's experience could determine whether that trend continues. If the direct listing proves a success, the model could offer an alternative to businesses who want to stay in the UK."I hope Wise has opened an alternative avenue to the public markets for other UK technology businesses to ensure we have a thriving tech scene for decades to come," said Stephen Kelly, chair of the group Tech Nation. "The UK needs more poster-children and role models to inspire the next generation."...Yahoo Finance
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17/6/2021
21:06
Australia deal....Sensum Communem17 Jun 2021 8:23PMRoll on membership of TPP I say. 8LikeReplyNick Badham17 Jun 2021 8:23PM@Sensum Communem Yes - stuff the EU6LikeReplyBernard Tye17 Jun 2021 8:35PMYes do enjoy that hope Still lots of cheap Filipino labour to replace and expand on those sent packing back to eastern EU .A population of 100 million on the horizon .1LikeReplyGreg Kettrick17 Jun 2021 8:52PM@Bernard TyeThe trouble was, give or take the odd murderer, we couldn't send anyone packing back to the eastern EU. Much rather Filipino labour on a temporary work visa, without the right to benefits for their children back home, than a bunch of  Roma professional beggars..... Daily Telegraph
xxxxxy
17/6/2021
20:52
I thought they were all working for openreach.
utrickytrees
17/6/2021
20:51
Wise goes from threatening to leave Britain after Brexit to a £3.6bn London listingThe company formerly known as TransferWise opts for a rare 'direct listing' on the London Stock ExchangeByMatthew Field17 June 2021 • 8:10pm?It seemed like the chances of attracting a float for Britain's most exciting fintech start-up had been blown.In the wake of the Brexit vote, executives at Transferwise, now called Wise, cast doubt on the company's future in the UK.Taavet Hinrikus, then chief executive of what was regarded as one of the crown jewels of Britain's fintech scene, was an outspoken opponent of Brexit. He warned the company could have to move its headquarters if financial passporting with the EU was not resolved, and that he would no longer have picked the UK if he was founding his company again.Fast forward five years, and the Wise founders, Kristo K??rmann and Hinrikus, both 40, are on the verge of a London listing worth at least £3.6bn. It's certainly a very different outcome to the one prophesied for the City by some in UK tech. Its leaders are diplomatic about how things have panned out. .... Daily Telegraph
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