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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
  1.25 2.65% 48.25 48.24 48.25 48.27 47.26 47.70 277,020,679 16:35:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 29,167.0 1,226.0 1.2 40.2 34,235

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04/3/2021
12:09
Unfinished business....Bubo scandiacusĀ 4 Mar 2021 11:58AMThe UK should drop the pretence that it still has some sort of special relationship with Ireland. It is another country, like France or Germany. There is no need for a common travel area. Irish citizens in the UK should be treated no better (or worse) than other EU citizens in the UK. If there's a border between Ireland and the UK then so what? That's what happens between different countries. The current internal GB/NI border is ridiculous and unsustainable; Johnson should never have accepted it.8LikeReplyJohn FranksĀ 4 Mar 2021 11:58AMThe problem with the border in Ireland is a lack of honesty dating back to the referendum. when we voted to leave the EU we voted for a hard border in Ireland, all of the waffle about technological solutions etc was just that, waffle. All the proposed solutions, the backstop, the NI protocal etc have been shown to be fantasys.Time now to be honest and start building the required border structures and procedures in Ireland and accept that that's what we voted for.6LikeReplyBubo scandiacusĀ 4 Mar 2021 12:02PM.... Daily Telegraph Correct. I didn't vote for Brexit but Brexit won. What you say is the inevitable consequence.
xxxxxy
04/3/2021
11:45
and also the corp'tax change doesn't start till 2023...
richie1218
04/3/2021
11:29
From Leave.eu Like millions of others across the United Kingdom, you may have been hoping that December 31 would bring some closure to the bitter, five-year tussle between Brussels and Westminster over Brexit. Indeed, we were naive enough to think we may have to get back to our day jobs. Yet it feels as though there have been more public spats across the English Channel in the last two months than ever before! From Brussels' petty ban on UK exports of live shellfish to a row over visa-free access for touring musicians. From EU trawlers continuing to occupy our territorial waters to the now infamous vaccine wars. The bickering has simply not stopped. The most serious and increasingly intense disagreement is over the treatment of an integral part of our United Kingdom, and that of course is Northern Ireland. At the time the Brexit deal was rushed through Parliament, a dissenting view warned of the potential effect it could have on disunifying the Union. However, we were assured that Northern Ireland would retain its British sovereignty and, as Michael Gove famously put it, could have the "best of both worlds". Now, this campaign urged MPs to vote for that deal - you can forgive us for displaying some lethargy after six years of intense campaigning and a desperate desire to ensure the British government finally pulled the plug on Britain's membership of the single market and customs union. However, it is abundantly clear that the protocol dictating rules on trade between Great Britain and Northern Ireland in practice is not fit for purpose and must be replaced post haste. Regrettably, the British government reaffirmed its "full commitment" to the protocol's "proper implementation" in a joint statement with the European Commission on Wednesday. An utter cop out from the outgoing co-chair of the EU-UK Joint Committee, Michael Gove. The government is burying its head in the sand over this issue, at considerable cost to the people of Northern Ireland. Enter the ERG which awoke from its slumber and responded to the joint statement within a matter of hours. The faction of hardline Conservative Brexiteers released a 38-page report calling for the protocol to be abolished and replaced with its recommended 'mutual enforcement' policy which would see both parties agree to voluntarily enforce each other’s rules whilst respecting the sovereignty and integrity of both the EU and UK internal markets. Sounds good to us!
joestalin
04/3/2021
11:29
Crazi the chancellor did say they were going to review the bank levy tax ... did you actually watch the budget speech lol
richie1218
04/3/2021
11:16
Have you had the Jab elbee ??
mikemichael2
04/3/2021
10:38
Communist Bailey . what else do you expect? Since when do any of the powers that be now follow the law?
mr.elbee
04/3/2021
10:37
I sold at 39.80 made £7645. Yesterday Just waiting for it to go below that to buy back in. nearly there already
peteret
04/3/2021
10:19
I was wondering - how legal is it to tax Banks an extra 8% more than any other business? Surely that could be challenged as "unfair practice". Banks from 1 April getting hammered 33% tax...
crazi
04/3/2021
10:17
Poikka4 Mar '21 - 09:33 - 333528 of 333531 I'm struggling with the Harry and Meghan story. ================ I'm not, they are irrelevant to me.
mikemichael2
04/3/2021
09:56
Poikka You may be right but she's a wrong un. She is self centred and absolutely no decorum. He's just a wet lettuce wally. If the RF have to change it hopefully wont be in the direction of these two classless twits. American twaddle as Oprah Winfrey is she is above their level - be more suited to Jeremy Kyle
scruff1
04/3/2021
09:51
The divs have been derisory even before C19. Little wonder it's unloved. hTtps://www.hl.co.uk/shares/shares-search-results/l/lloyds-banking-group-plc-ordinary-10p/dividends
maxk
04/3/2021
09:37
You want your divi back, Scruff, and so say all of us. Looks as if the consensus is for 2.3p next year, which gives us a yield of 5.6% at this price, so I wouldn't expect much more of an share price rise for a while.
poikka
04/3/2021
09:33
I'm struggling with the Harry and Meghan story. From Harry's point of view, he might have zero connection with the Firm. I mean, I don't wish to restart rumours, but he might be seeing things from an entirely different perspective. Then there's the problem of Meghan feeling a total outsider, and quite likely the odd bunch of sycophants working for the Royals would have made her feel just that, although Prince Charles is a good 'un and would have done his best to welcome her. Our Royal Family is very much outdated, and Harry and Meghan could have been the fresh face that was required, but that would never do. Still, sooner or later the Firm will have to change, and no doubt William and Kate will manage that - I hope.
poikka
04/3/2021
09:29
Its not too long ago I was thinking it was undervalued at 60p. And that was when PPI was still an issue. Brexit was an unknown future event. Since then shares have been bought back. At least we had a decent divi. Yesterday shot up at the close. This morning opened down. Most mornings opens up then goes down. Some mornings like today its the other way round. Ive given up bothering and just go with the flow. Want me divis back. You feel free to ramp all you like. Every little helps.
scruff1
04/3/2021
09:26
Jmid, there's another site called 'Lloyds on topic only', which I guess you're well aware of.
poikka
04/3/2021
09:23
That's a long way off yet though. Good news is government support is extended until recovery has started and 95% mortgage's are government backed.
gaffer73
04/3/2021
09:18
I have to chuckle. Couldn't get above 40p and hold for 3 months... but the day the Chancellor pumps up taxes on profits the share price breaches 40p, holds and climbs... You couldn't make it up... lol I'm not buying again just yet though...
crazi
04/3/2021
09:18
Great to see this back over 40p, now can we have 50p please.
gaffer73
04/3/2021
09:13
Yes, I'm in here quite heavy now, seems 50p should come quite soon. it's still a bit behind the other banks reversals and still quite undervalued in comparison IMO. Biggest holding now in my portfolio
jmid1000
04/3/2021
09:09
Jmid1000 How come you start some. Would be interesting
scruff1
04/3/2021
09:04
Not ramping but 50p in the forseeable future Jmid1000 imho. Interested in what you think.
cheshire pete
04/3/2021
09:00
Is there ever any Lloyds chat on this thread?
jmid1000
04/3/2021
08:50
I can imagine its difficult playing second fiddle but bound by all the protocols of being a minor royal. Harry's playing the prodigal son and Megan is facilitating this it's a symbiotic arrangement. Loved the crown especially Claire Foy as the Queen...outstanding.
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