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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
  0.455 0.97% 47.305 47.185 47.21 47.295 46.575 47.13 119,590,736 16:35:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 29,167.0 1,226.0 1.2 39.4 33,565

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14/12/2020
11:42
Germans murdered 7 million Russians? Nowhere near Stalin's murder of 35million+ russians,not chairman Mao's murdered of 100million+ Chinese. Genocide tends to nearly always be the preserve of the LEFT.... History shows that.
geckotheglorious
14/12/2020
11:24
WW2 finished a long time ago folks. If you have any bitterness or hate towards the Germans I suggest you take it to the grave with you. Those attitudes are for old fools and morons and have no place in 21st century Europe.
minerve 2
14/12/2020
11:21
Says a beneficiary of the British empire.
minerve 2
14/12/2020
11:13
Total number of civilians murdered by the Germans in world war ii 6 million Jews 7 million Russians 1. 8 million Polish non Jewish civilians there were Serbians gipseys other than that there is nothing wrong with the Germans and no reason why we should have gone to war with them
josh 32
14/12/2020
11:12
careful, if you're interested as to how WW1 came about I suggest reading 'Catastrophe' by Max Hastings. Essentially Germany had created a huge war machine, and careerists at the highest level wanted an excuse to try it out, in the belief that they could control the outcome. Russia provided the excuse, but of course the future is an unknown land, and bureaucracies with their vain chiefs have a tendency to trip over themselves. The book goes into great detail, of who did what and when, a handful of vain men in critical positions indulged their ambitions, and slaughtered millions in consequence, to say nothing of the later events that are linked directly back to the consequences of that war.
lefrene
14/12/2020
11:10
Boris capitulating it seems. He is putting his middle finger up to you Hard Brexiters. How does it feel? LOL
minerve 2
14/12/2020
11:00
They will back off on the fish as well...Christmas fish deal coming...
diku
14/12/2020
10:58
Political toads dont know what principle is..
maxk
14/12/2020
10:50
Here it comes .. the sell out Live Brexit latest news: Michel Barnier says deal can be done this week if UK compromises on fish Catherine Neilan, politics live editor 14 DECEMBER 2020 • 10:42AM Michel Barnier has told EU ambassadors a Brexit deal can be reached this week if the two sides find a compromise on fisheries. The EU's chief negotiator said that the UK had moved on the level playing field negotiations and that now the “architecture” of the system had to be agreed, including a possible “rebalancing mechanism”, which would redress unfair competition if the UK diverges too far from EU standards. But British negotiators had dug their heels in on fish and there had been no substantial movement there, he added. After a more upbeat briefing than usual, ambassadors peppered Mr Barnier with questions about the possible deal. “No one asked anything about no deal and that was informed by the tone of Mr Barnier’s briefing,” a diplomatic source said, “he was a lot less gloomy than I was expecting.” “If both sides can come out of their trenches on fish, Barnier said there could be a deal this week,” a source said. British negotiators are said to be focusing on the “belts and braces” of the new system to ensure it did not leave Britain liable to legal action. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2020/12/14/brexit-news-latest-no-deal-talks-update-today-boris-johnson/
maxk
14/12/2020
10:47
Markets thinking Bojo is destined for a Deal...saying prepare for a No Deal just in case is like playing a double fiddle...
diku
14/12/2020
10:25
Nothing wrong with the Germans. They have a very dry sense of humour, which I like. They have looked after their engineers very well unlike the Tory government here who have no idea how (or don't want) to support industry. We should be what they are, that's perhaps it - jealousy.
minerve 2
14/12/2020
10:19
Of course you don't need any. Your brain is always in a constant state of haze. :)
minerve 2
14/12/2020
10:18
Not as good as M2's gear, he's still out cold!!!
mikemichael2
14/12/2020
10:09
I'll have some of whatever you are smoking .. (good gear)
maxk
14/12/2020
10:04
"Germany teaming up with the UK, what a world beating combination." What ARE you talking about, Careful!
poikka
14/12/2020
09:55
£ stirling soaring, says it all to those that understand. Looks a deal is odds on now, if so well done Boris. He used to attend the same school in Brussels as Ursula, when his dad was an EU. man. At last the old school tie (or gym-slip) works in our favour. So Ursula also spent time at the London School of Economics but was more into punk than studying. At last, one of us, brothers(sisters) in arms. Great news. Germany teaming up with the UK, what a world beating combination. Better late than never.
careful
14/12/2020
09:43
From the outside it looks Bojo has laid out his cards on the table...and EU are probably coming up with snippets of opportunist concessions...testing the reactions from UK...and they not getting any concessions from the UK...Bojo should up the tempo and say the 31 Dec deadline will not be extended just in case EU are working towards it...
diku
14/12/2020
09:26
josh32... Very interesting. Never trust the bosch. They don't like it up 'em you know!
maxidi
14/12/2020
09:18
diku Post 324525 "Have to agree with Min post 324504...people in some of those Far Eastern Countries are much more self disciplined..." I've been saying such for years. Japan,for example, first sign of a cold, out come the masks. Hygiene, most of the time, vigorously policised by individuals - unless it's getting girls knickers out of vending machines!! Asia is far more disciplined because, until recently, they had little compared to the West where waste is eye wateringly bad.
geckotheglorious
14/12/2020
09:16
Cheshire Pete, I tend not to bother following mainstream media anymore. Little point. Certainly do not watch BBC, or Sky on the television(which I also hardly watch these days truth be told)
geckotheglorious
14/12/2020
09:13
Ipsos MORI: A majority of 63 per cent of people say his government has done a bad job over leaving the European Union, while just 28 per cent say it has done it well. The 28% didn't really understand the question about breakfast.
mo123
14/12/2020
09:02
Bosch have 400,000 employees in China and 30,000 in India why ten times as many in China because India has some workers rights and environmental rules China has none so Germany wants UK to adhere to strict workers rights and environmental controls German companies are are investing heavily in production in China which has none
josh 32
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