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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
  -0.12 -0.25% 47.365 47.265 47.275 47.865 46.71 47.81 117,888,354 16:35:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 29,167.0 1,226.0 1.2 39.5 33,608

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18/6/2021
10:02
It's going to get worse for the Tories and good old bonehead sentiment is just going to have to come on this thread and watch me remind him of what a life loser he is again and again and again. This is great entertainment. Shame he isn't down the local. What a goon I could make this guy look like EVERY NIGHT.
minerve 2
18/6/2021
10:01
UK exports of food and drink to the EU dropped by almost half in the first three months of 2021 from a year earlier, in what trade groups said was a measure of the impact of post-Brexit trade barriers. Produce to the value of £1.7bn was exported to European countries in the first quarter of the year, down 46.6 per cent from 2020. The decline from 2019, when exports were unaffected by the pandemic, was even greater — a drop of 55.1 per cent, or £2bn. The loss of £2bn of exports to the EU is a disaster for industry. It is a very clear indication of the scale of losses that UK manufacturers face in the longer term due to new trade barriers with the EU. Companies are struggling with the costs, paperwork and delays resulting from new customs and veterinary checks, while smaller businesses have suffered from recent barriers to sending multiple shipments in a single load. Sales to Ireland, previously the UK’s biggest food and drinks export market, fell by more than two-thirds, to £281m. Yes but...at least you have your freedom, don't you?
smartypants
18/6/2021
09:56
look at these two losers great to watch their daily implosion
sentimental rules
18/6/2021
09:52
Minerve2, and their inability to understand why a remainer will not suddenly become a brexiteer immediately after a referendum which was fraudulent anyway and based on lies and gross exaggerations of the right wing rags who brainwashed many in the north and midlands . This proves they have little between the ears .
arja
18/6/2021
09:47
but I agree with scruff1 on the footballers issue ! ( smile ) . Better than listening to Tory clowns like pudding Francois and Bonehead ( Peter Bone ) .
arja
18/6/2021
09:46
arja Yet to hear from a Brexiter who shows understanding of what true democracy is. The simple fact they want us 'Remainers' to shut-up or move to a different country tells you all you need to know about their lack of understanding about democracy.
minerve 2
18/6/2021
09:43
minerve2, I was chuffed to hear result of the Amersham by-election but a pity tactical voting is necessary because of the antiquated and undemocratic FPTP voting system . Brextremists probably like it as many are not keen on democracy , eg admiration for TRUMP proves that .
arja
18/6/2021
09:27
JPMorgan (JPM) has announced a deal to buy British online savings platform Nutmeg as part of its push into digital retail banking in the UK.The US investment bank said on Thursday it had signed a deal to buy Nutmeg, one of the UK's best-known fintech startups, and fold it into its soon-to-be-launched Chase app in the UK."We are building Chase in the UK from scratch using the very latest technology and putting the customer's experience at the heart of our offering, principles that Nutmeg shares with us," said Sanoke Viswanathan, CEO of International Consumer at JPMorgan Chase."We look forward to positioning their award-winning products alongside our own, and continuing to support their innovative work in retail wealth management."... Yahoo Finance........ perhaps it might like to buy Lloyds.
xxxxxy
18/6/2021
09:21
TORY CANCERED SCUM OF THE EARTH.
minerve 2
18/6/2021
09:03
Another week comes and goes. Summer is nearly upon us.
geckotheglorious
18/6/2021
08:27
jobberjim, you say "beyond my compression " . Well , just keep an eye on the US T bond which is rising in recent days meaning lower yield which is a negative for bank margins . Holding a bank share , you want a falling T Bond price meaning higher yield which is a positive for banking stocks . Of course there will be other factors but that seems to be the main one .
arja
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