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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
  0.37 0.82% 45.43 45.415 45.44 45.81 44.50 44.95 324,395,286 16:29:59
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 29,167.0 1,226.0 1.2 37.9 32,235

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19/6/2021
13:11
Like the use of the term blockchain. very funny. Remember chain letters? If no- one dropped out we would all be exponentially rich. Early birds caught the worm. These letters were popular way back. the ones I was invited to join came to a grinding halt as soon as they reached me. The terminator.
careful
19/6/2021
13:08
Remainers are really really sick. They suffer from a chronic condition called brexhronic. The latest disease effecting weak characters like M2, careful and arja.Keep your distance to avoid catching the virus.
k38
19/6/2021
13:06
oh not another scam. You missed the boat Wilson. crypto's are now ten a penny if you forgive the pun. This weeks crypto...Stanford PhDs..wow. Lots of those Enron and trading CDO'S that bought the financial system crashing in 2008. Where does the wealth come from? In science we have conservation of energy theories. These clowns are trying to con the vulnerable that wealth can be created from nothing. Madoff had the Worlds biggest Ponzi scheme....until bitcoin, and the hundreds of other crypto's. As with all other scams, there will be winners = losers exactly. conservation of wealth theory coming up.
careful
19/6/2021
12:16
We begged to join the EU. In the 1970's having been rejected earlier. Finally the Americans decided that they wanted us in, so we had little choice. There was a referendum but it was to join a simpler common market of about 12 countries. At that time, with rampant inflation, industrial strikes and a collapsing economy we were called 'the sick man of Europe'. Our GDP per capita, thought by many to be the best measure of success was lagging the Germans and France hugely. They were the 'miracle economies'. Joining the EU. was a catalyst for our success, attracting huge inward investment from many including Japanese car makers. Aerospace, Farming, and Finance all prospered because of our tariff free access to such enormous markets. There were other factors of course such as North Sea Oil and the Thatcher revolution.
careful
19/6/2021
11:13
And forgot his meds again..
maxk
19/6/2021
11:06
'We prospered in the EU. by any measure'? Hahahahahahahahahahah Nurse, he's out of bed again!
joestalin
19/6/2021
10:54
Telegraph reports that food exports to the EU. have almost halved. We signed a controversial trade deal with Australia that many did not want. So they sell us lots of food that upset our farmers. but we can sell them cars etc. As if Australia will be a significant market. I get the feeling that Brexit is becoming a disaster in many areas. All hidden by the fog of Covid and huge HMG spending on HS2 and environmental projects. This government has spent over £200bn and rising. Johnson does not care. He is an irresponsible undisciplined economic illiterate. If Cummings latest information is correct Boris wants to win the next election and then go off and make lots of money like the the shifty Cameron and Osborne. What a shambles, trouble is there is no alternative. We prospered in the EU. by any measure. It would be nice if we could go it alone, but we are just not strong enough. Sometimes we have to put up with stuff we do not like in order to make overall gains. Nicola Sturgeon is hoping to make the same mistake by taking the Scots out of the UK.
careful
19/6/2021
10:05
xxxxxy19 Jun '21 - 08:02 - 342226 of 342237 I also support amending the Weights and Measures Act to decriminalise and authorise the use of imperial measures if people wish. Hear, hear! We should get rid of nearly all the EU regulations. Its function is not really to make life better or protect consumers, but to find work for bureaucrats to do.
grahamite2
19/6/2021
09:12
In a blistering attack on BBC Question Time, back in 2017, former Greek finance minister, Yanis Varoufakis, described Theresa May’s Brexit deal (meaning the EU's deal) as the kind a “nation signs only after having been defeated at war”.
joestalin
19/6/2021
09:10
Grand Tour19 Jun 2021 9:05AMTraitor Theresa signing Global Migration Pact is moral blackmail and national suicide.https://www.julesgomes.com/single-post/traitor-theresa-may-signing-un-migration-pact-is-moral-blackmail-and-national-suicideTheresa May will be known in history as a Prime Minister who continually promised voters conservative policies, but implemented the exact opposite.In another U-turn which is just as damaging to the country, she has decided to sign the UK to the United Nations Global Compact on Migration. Most people have never heard of this, but it is clearly important as representatives of the 192 members of the United Nations are going on a jolly to Marrakesh on the 10th and 11th December to sign it.The aim of the agreement is essentially to make illegal immigration legal, and it expands the definition of 'regular migration' to include pathways which are now 'irregular'. It states: "We commit to adapt options and pathways for regular migration in a manner that facilitates labour mobility ... with a view to expanding and diversifying availability of pathways for safe, orderly and regular migration."Johnson and Patel have had ample opportunity to reverse this legislation.They are not Conservatives.They are Communists.Johnson is fully signed up to the WEF."You will own nothing and be happy." Klaus Schwab.... Daily Telegraph
xxxxxy
19/6/2021
09:01
​If you shop with or use any of the brands that have pulled or “paused” their advertising with GB News, we encourage you to get in touch with them and make your voice heard. They are: Bosch: Twitter @BoschUK Grolsch: Twitter @Grolsch_UK Ikea: media.lounge.uk@ikea.com Indeed.com: EMEA_PR@indeed.com Kopparberg: Twitter @KopparbergUK LV: jon.sellors@lv.com Nivea: Twitter @niveauk Octopus Energy: press@octopus.energy The Open University: press-office@open.ac.uk Ovo Energy: media@ovoenergy.com Pinterest: press@pinterest.com
joestalin
19/6/2021
08:52
5x Do you wear glasses ?
scruff1
19/6/2021
08:42
I could be wrong and Im sure people know more than I do but it seems to me that since the hospitals have become trusts their service has deteriorated. I dont know how anyone can claim the NHS provides a great service. More chance of seeing a doctor in rural Somalia
scruff1
19/6/2021
08:42
What part of Belfast would that be,I wander.
jam2day
19/6/2021
08:02
A Better regulated future?JUNE 19, 2021 16 COMMENTS The government has this week published the special review 3 MPs and officials carried out into  the opportunities to reduce the regulatory burden and to have smarter regulation.I agree with their main recommendation that future regulation should be proportionate  and not based on the precautionary principle of EU regulations. I also agree Regulators should take into account competitiveness, competition and innovation. Regulations can benefit from partial exemption for innovative developments and trials.I welcome the wish to abolish the 2019 Ports Directive which was agreed by the UK ports and government at the time be a needless extra burden on them. I also support amending the Weights and Measures  Act to decriminalise and authorise the use of imperial measures if people wish.I would liked to have seen other proposals to make life simpler and cheaper for entrepreneurs and small businesses.I would include for example Raise the VAT registration threshold to lift more small businesses out of VAT. It is a major burden setting up a new VAT system for a small business, and a disincentive to growth.Take VAT off domestic fuel to cut fuel poverty and boost spending power of those on low incomesRemove VAT from insulation, boiler controls, new heating systems, draught excluders and other green products. Installing more of these is labour intensive and helpful.Remove need for a person paying full NI on earned income to claim deferral of extra NI on other earnings every year. This is a waste of time and government effort when no tax is due.Reverse M and S decision in ECJ allowing grouping of EU continental losses to cut U.K. Corporation Tax. HMT should  like this as it will collect more tax from U.K. successful businesses.Remove Digital Tax imposed unilaterally and await G7 or OECD agreement on how to tax digital activity other than through normal business taxes. This tax is leading to tariff retaliation from the USA, raises little  money and causes trouble with on line/in shop retail hybrid businesses.Raise the Business rate exemption for smaller commercial propertyExempt a self employed person from Employer NI for their first employee for the first two years.We need to grow more self employed businesses and create more jobsRemove threat of IR35 changes  ENERGY 10.Remove expensive requirement on energy companies to install Smart meters. Let them and their customers do so if they wish. This is a £20 bn public spending commitment which is causing energy businesses difficulties as well.11,Revise UK energy policy to give greater priority to self sufficiency of electricity and to ensuring a safe margin of capacity as we used to enjoy.12 Change generation mix by introducing more lower cost supply through a bidding process, as we need lower power prices for the onshoring of industry to the UK and more self reliance. The UK needs  more biomass or green gas as baseload and can do with more hydro and pumped storage for flexibility. Too much reliance on wind is both costly given the need for backup and leaves us vulnerable on capacity on low wind days.  BUSINESS13 Speed up introduction of Freeports and make sure they have high levels of exemption from customs, taxes, and property restrictions.14 Create new Enterprise Zones, including in conjunction with Free ports.15 Change procurement rules allowing more UK only bidding for UK government contracts, as with MOD.UK government purchases should be much more UK rich in  choice of goods. Why does the UK public sector import  any cars?16 Develop the vaccine model where UK government backed a research project, helped with installation of production capacity and then had preference for purchasing product. FISHING 17 Ban EU vessels fishing for shellfish in Class B waters in response to their ban on our exports18 Step up policing of UK fishing rules on foreign vessels19 Ban supertrawlers over 100m in length20 Get DEFRA to roll out faster, better and more generous plans to step up UK domestic fishing capacity in both sea going vessels and processing fish FARMING 21 Inject more attention to promote more food production in the UK into new subsidy schemesSpeed up schemes to install more market gardening capacity into UK to produce our own temperate fruits and vegetables, and to extend the growing season under glass and polytunnels23 Ensure tree planting schemes and subsidies are also linked to much more sustainable forestry to produce timber for home use. Why do we import timber to burn at Drax power station? Why don't we produce more of our own wood for housebuilding and furniture fabrication?TRANSPORT24.Reimpose road charge on foreign lorries using U.K. roads to help domestic haulage25.Repeal the limitations placed on the Merchant Shipping Act by the ECJ, and develop a better framework for UK owned and registered ships. We need to encourage more UK flagged vessels.I attach the check list from the Report of their suggestions. I would  be interested in comments, as government will now consider all this. Many of their proposals takes the form of additional regulation for new areas which they wish to see done in a spirit of assisting the development of these areas. It would have been helpful to have some worked up proposals of how this might work. ... John Redwood
xxxxxy
19/6/2021
07:50
Maxk, I used to work down south and I always thought as soon as you went beyond say Bedford the average IQ level dropped about 20 points, I think it's because road congestion makes people less willing to travel outside their immediate communities so they all end up being very closely related?
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