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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
  -0.73 -1.49% 48.32 48.29 48.305 49.245 47.785 49.00 138,302,105 16:35:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 29,167.0 1,226.0 1.2 40.3 34,285

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18/6/2021
15:16
If you are stuck for money sentiment my windows need cleaning on my orangery. You can come around and clean them if you wish. I dare you. I'd sit and make fun of you whilst drinking a glass of prosecco.
minerve 2
18/6/2021
15:14
I'm such a loser that you have to permanently go around saying I'm one. We know who the real loser is don't we. ;) Why don't you just stick to one alias name, make life easier for yourself. :)
minerve 2
18/6/2021
15:00
time for the 3rd bottle of cheap prosecco vermin u alcoholic loser
sentimental rules
18/6/2021
14:48
psycho , true . local factors played a part but main reason was that voters suddenly were switched on to tactical voting to get around the ludicrous and undemocratic FPTP voting system in UK . I doubt that brextremists will agree as they are not keen on democracy as they showed in backing TRUMP . i doubt if any other democracy has such a system which means that a party with , say 20% , of the vote could have absolute rule where quite a few parties . Such a fair system representing THE WILL OF THE PEOOPLE to use a brexiteer phrase ! ( joking !! ).
arja
18/6/2021
14:41
Arja, this tribe of “Tory brextremists”. I wonder how it compares to the tribe, if it exists, of Labour brextremists. You need to think more statistically, or in fact, you just need to think as that is a precursor.
psychochopper
18/6/2021
14:39
I think Arja is losing it. He no longer appends "wry" to his "Smile" Sure sign he is losing his mind!!!
geckotheglorious
18/6/2021
14:37
I am not wholly surprised they lost - Amersham and Great Missenden is the epicentre of hostility towards HS2. It’s where they were fobbed off with cut-and-cover solutions rather than tunnels and the compensation regime was literally overseen by interns who were clueless.
psychochopper
18/6/2021
14:32
It’s amazing to see a Commission that is far, far worse than those with Juncker or Delors or Barroso.
psychochopper
18/6/2021
14:17
psycho, do you ever mention the times that TM, Johnson and the Tory brextremists lost their case in UK HIGH COURT , eg when trying to bypass parliament ? Just in interests of BALANCE or are you too ONE EYED for that ??. rather ABSURD claim too !! nice to see your beloved Tory party lose in the by-election ! ( smile )
arja
18/6/2021
14:09
AstraZeneca has claimed victory in its legal case against the EU after a court in Brussels found that the bloc should not be given priority over other countries for jabs. The judge at the Brussels court ordered that AstraZeneca deliver 80 million doses of its vaccine by the end of September, well below the 300 million that the European Commission had been seeking. It dismissed EU claims that it should have exclusivity or right of priority over all other countries that AstraZeneca had struck deals with. AstraZeneca said it had already delivered 70 million doses of its jabs and was set to "substantially exceed" the 80.2 million doses it was being ordered to. 1:55pm Brussels also claims victory in AstraZeneca court case Brussels also claimed victory in the court case today, writes Hannah Boland. The European Commissioner for Health and Food Safety Stella Kyriakides said: "I welcome today's decision by the Belgian Court of First Instance ordering AstraZeneca to urgently deliver 50 million doses to the European Commission." She added 15 million doses would need to be delivered by July 26, another 20 million by August 23, and a further 15 million by September 27. "The Court has also decided a penalty of €10 per missing dose. This decision is based on the fact that AstraZeneca has committed a serious breach of its contractual obligations with the Commission and contractual commitments should be followed." AstraZeneca said it had already delivered 70 million doses of its jabs and was set to "substantially exceed" the 80.2 million doses it was being ordered to deliver by the end of the month. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2021/06/18/markets-live-latest-coronavirus-news-pound-euro-ftse-100/
maxk
18/6/2021
14:07
Psycho Common sense at last from the judiciary. The case never merited a court session. The EU screwed up, they should have just sucked it up. All they have done is angered Brits even more with their Brexit derangement syndrome.
geckotheglorious
18/6/2021
14:00
EU just substantially lost its court case vs. AZN. To be fair, though, it was a Brussels court which delivered the verdict. I suppose that describes the absurdity of the claim.
psychochopper
18/6/2021
13:52
I was hoping he had gone into hospital with cancer, no such luck.
mikemichael2
18/6/2021
13:38
Hahahahahaha. Bigger boat lads. Vermin's tears are a deluge
sentimental rules
18/6/2021
13:34
Lloyds Banking and Barclays tipped to cash in on mortgage boom A possibility of an interest rate rise at the end of 2022 adds to the appeal. Barclays PLC (LON:BARC) and Lloyds Banking Group PLC (LON:LLOY) are the best placed of the UK banks to benefit from a booming UK mortgage market, says JP Morgan. The US broker sees margins rising due to the exceptionally strong mortgage lending market in 2021 which is being driven by cyclical as well as structural trends. A recovery in consumer spending plus a strong motor finance marketcan give margins a further boost, said JPM, while in the medium-term there is the possibility of an interest rate rise at the end of 2022. JPM has upgraded its earnings forecasts in 2023 for all of the UK domestic banks on the assumption rates do rise, but says Lloyds is most geared to the early phase of its margin recovery thesis with two-thirds of revenues from UK mortgages and consumer credit. Natwest (LON:NWG) is more geared to the last phase or the rates upside while Barclays offers the most attractive mix of gearing to UK and US retail recovery, solid commercial profitability and capital returns and is its top pick. Shares in Lloyds eased to 48.1p while Barclays rose slightly to 179.6p. http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/952082/lloyds-banking-and-barclays-tipped-to-cash-in-on-mortgage-boom-952082.html
stonedyou
18/6/2021
13:33
sudden drop in US T bond price and nasdaq hit . But bank stocks might pick up if this drop holds this afternoon !
arja
18/6/2021
13:32
Just listening to Bullard, a member of the Fed on CNBC. Market moving hawkish comments. They are getting serious about inflation and determined to prevent housing bubbles in USA. None of the usual soft comforting words to comfort the market. Bitcoin was discussed. the smart will wish to get out was my reading. This could be a turning point for the markets.
careful
18/6/2021
13:07
Thanks Minerve - regards the family it just goes on. Very difficult but eventually I'll work out what the hell to do. By the way, have you seen the Artic temperatures? Been wild for a few weeks and going worse. At the same time the Antarctic has been exactly the same only opposite temperature wise. Of course we know what gets attention!
aceuk
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