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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
  0.655 1.45% 45.885 46.05 46.075 46.07 45.355 45.59 79,894,236 16:35:25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 29,167.0 1,226.0 1.2 38.2 32,557

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11/12/2020
10:44
Oh dear, we better not post at similar times to each other Alphorn as MM2 might strengthen his belief that we are the same person. :)
minerve 2
11/12/2020
10:44
Agreed he must keep the domestic element fully domestic for customer service. He can do the Investment bank offshore...
crazi
11/12/2020
10:42
Good point Alphorn. Just imagine how RR would have performed had most of its market been within a single currency. The company is on its way to becoming a FOREX trader with some engineering bolted on the side. :)
minerve 2
11/12/2020
10:39
I don't know what experience posters have of high volume low margin groups. Tiny forex movements can move a profitable business into a loss maker. Having a single currency means that volumes can be pushed higher with more competitive smaller margins because there is no longer the currency risk. A bonus is that you don't pay for hedging costs either.
alphorn
11/12/2020
10:37
That would be the approach but if he brings in his HSBC Offshoring antics then he will destroy what's left of Lloyds customer service and kill off thousands of decent UK jobs which are currently carried out by UK Staff!
gbh2
11/12/2020
10:37
Sky News Business @SkyNewsBiz ยท 1m UK and EU 'remain apart on fundamental issues', says bloc's chief ahead of Sunday deadline Brexit: UK and EU 'remain apart on fundamental issues', says EU chief Ursula von der Leyen European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has said the UK and EU "remain apart on fundamental issues" ahead of Sunday's deadline for a Brexit trade deal. news.sky.com
crazi
11/12/2020
10:37
Politics EU Warns No Deal Is Likeliest Outcome of Talks: Brexit Update By Thomas Penny, John Follain, and Ian Wishart 11 December 2020, 09:07 GMT Updated on 11 December 2020, 10:38 GMT European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen warned that a no-deal split with the U.K. is the likeliest outcome on Dec. 31 as last-ditch talks to try to reach a deal before Sunday continue in Brussels. Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s pleas for European Union leaders to step in and salvage the faltering trade negotiations were frustrated as summit talks overran on Thursday night, pushing Brexit to the fringes. On Friday, von der Leyen spent just 10 minutes briefing government leaders on the subject. On Thursday, Johnson warned U.K. businesses and the public to prepare for the “strong possibility” of a no-deal split. Both sides have said they will continue discussions until Sunday, but officials concede that, without fresh political direction, the negotiating teams will have little to talk about.
crazi
11/12/2020
10:36
Alphorn Do you think Boris will capitulate?
minerve 2
11/12/2020
10:34
M2 - these are becoming circular posts. Those that have been sold a pup still believe that it will become a world beating greyhound. Some of us understand that it is, and will always be a Heinzer. Putting that aside there is still one more throw of the dice following the Sunday press conference for those on here who are more interested than just words.
alphorn
11/12/2020
10:34
"Maxk. I think there is something in that. the UK could be holding back the EU as we only had one foot in it really. We didn’t wish to take the Euro for example." We didn't take the Euro because again we thought we were better than everyone else. The Euro has been wonderful for Germany, better than the £ has been for us. LOL!
minerve 2
11/12/2020
10:28
Won the referendum LOST EVERYTHING ELSE SINCE!
minerve 2
11/12/2020
10:28
Maxk. I think there is something in that. the UK could be holding back the EU as we only had one foot in it really. We didn’t wish to take the Euro for example. Perhaps this will be better for the EU and the UK going forward? My only real concern is Lloy share price though! Where will it end up today? Whats the thoughts on that?
huffy44
11/12/2020
10:26
EU: The Commissioners are proposed by the Council of the European Union, on the basis of suggestions made by the national governments, and then appointed by the European Council after the approval of the European Parliament. UK: Boris decides HOLD MY ACHING SIDES!
minerve 2
11/12/2020
10:24
Minerve 211 Dec '20 - 10:20 - 323915 of 323915 EU officials are elected. Hold my aching sides! (It's the way he tells them)
grahamite2
11/12/2020
10:22
The debt is quite manageable really, but scarcity of shares should increase the share price There are just far too many shares on the open market, I am also amazed a bank with a capital value of just 26 bil has not been snapped up by anyone, massive customer base and history coming out of its ears. Amazon could buy Lloyds with pocket money.
cherryandwhite2
11/12/2020
10:22
Bend over, Minnie.
poikka
11/12/2020
10:17
Keep the Divi to keep Investors - pay down the debt - start an Investment bank branch again to boost income - that would be my approach...
crazi
11/12/2020
10:16
Perhaps it's a little like what Warner suggested in #323885. The €uro enthusiasts get rid of the awkward squad, which allows them to go full speed ahead with the one nation €uro thingy. I cant think of why else they would propose such a preposterous set of conditions unless it was designed to fail.
maxk
11/12/2020
10:16
jacko - 2 'observations': - "My money is on the EU agreeing to an amicable deal". I have always thought so too. I am more than happy to give up some gains on a no deal scenario to have a amicable deal. - "Tell me what's new, absolutely nothing". I would disagree with you on that one in that the market 'perceives' a new outcome. It may be right or it may be wrong but it perceives a change. As I said 4+ years ago this is all more interesting than a soap opera. ;)
alphorn
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