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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
  -0.16 -0.37% 43.255 43.18 43.21 43.63 43.175 43.63 158,942,064 16:35:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 29,167.0 1,226.0 1.2 36.0 30,650

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04/3/2021
19:41
No Govt here is allowed to produce anything but a balanced budget - similarly no LA etc How the debt is accounted for and settled should be explained in the forward plan. The debt has to be repaid or the Govt goes broke. As I see it - and yes it does matter. There is always a day of reckoning. Germany thought it could get out of it by devaluation - similarly Venezuela.
jl5006
04/3/2021
19:40
It is quantitative easing, money created out of thin air owed to nobody .... unfortunately I have no idea how they retire it without causing some serious trust/confidence issues
aceuk
04/3/2021
19:39
The dafter and dafter column. Italy stopping AZN made in Italy vaccine being sold to Oz, even though the EU didn't want the stuff - and a helluva lot of EU citizens still won't take it after being put off it by EU leaders. So the EU now decides on commercial transactions. Commie state, innit.
poikka
04/3/2021
19:29
What if the debt never gets paid?...does it really matter...
diku
04/3/2021
19:21
When u get ur census form you will find changes in the construction of sentences etc- we have so non progressed. Q H8 Are all the rooms in this accommodation, (COMMA???)including the kitchen, bathroom and toilet, behind a door that only this household can use? Q H( How many bedrooms are available for use only by this household. Q 30 Have u achieved a qualification at degree level (or phps obtained a degree?) All these quango ppl @ ONS are supposed to have a decent grounding in the vernacular. Where are we now - and s'one hopes there will be a recovery? All the amids and overs - this is what degrees achieve -
jl5006
04/3/2021
19:00
Sideways movements though perfect for a strangle. Double win.
alphorn
04/3/2021
18:32
Anyone who trusts the EU deserves everything that they get, or don't get.
joestalin
04/3/2021
18:01
No wonder these so called fund managers are poor performers...and the FTSE is well below Y2000... Many fund managers I’ve talked to in this space have very low UK exposure and remain unconvinced
diku
04/3/2021
16:48
stopping people getting a killer jab? Praise the Lord!
mr.elbee
04/3/2021
16:23
https://citywire.co.uk/funds-insider/news/david-stevenson-financials-have-huge-upside/a1475615?ref=citywire-money-latest-news-list David Stevenson: Financials have 'huge upside' "....So what to buy? Which leads us to the next obvious question – what to buy? The simplest route is to buy individual bank stocks, and top of my list would be the UK banks. The cheapest banks globally are the British banks, for an obvious reason. Our domestic economy took a bigger hit which has in turn hurt the UK banks disproportionately. But we have also collectively made matters worse by having some of the fiercest regulations, which have forced the big players to constantly improve their balance sheets. Many fund managers I’ve talked to in this space have very low UK exposure and remain unconvinced but if like me you think that scepticism is overdone, I would highlight Lloyds Bank which I think is really dirt cheap. I would also add one observation. If you look at the specialist market for credit default swaps, Lloyds Bank (LLOY) now has some of the lowest risk pricing on the planet. At the one-year level, Lloyds rates are now in the low single digit basis points which implies that most swap traders think that the risk of default is incredibly low. Put simply, Lloyds is now rock solid....."
whitestone
04/3/2021
16:04
htTps://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9326401/EU-BLOCKS-shipment-250-000-AstraZeneca-jabs-Australia.html....EUSSR = not in good faith.
xxxxxy
04/3/2021
15:43
Min's taken up residence on the aptly monikered "bats" thread https://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=19971108&from=4193
maxk
04/3/2021
15:41
and yes that markel woman is a complete waster - she has real mental health issues wtf was harry thinking of going with her. absolute bloody idiot. she is trouble and you dont even have to be a complete dimwit like minerve to know that
sentimental rules
04/3/2021
15:04
h/t to Joe JoeStalin4 Mar '21 - 11:29 - 16089 of 16092 0 1 0 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!
maxk
04/3/2021
13:28
The EU Hierarchy proves the old adage, "Scum always floats to the top!"
gbh2
04/3/2021
13:20
Bought back a smaller £20k chunk at 40.05 If it climbs that's fine - if it falls there's cash in reserve...
crazi
04/3/2021
13:11
I've been enjoying .85% interest on my Skipton instant access Saving Account now for about 6 months, just got a letter saying it's dropping to .15%.
mikemichael2
04/3/2021
12:40
I really don't think that Thatcher thought it would be "an easily winnable scuffle", but there's no doubt that the gov took their eye off the ball. Certainly Thatcher's advisers would have told her of the risks.
poikka
04/3/2021
12:36
mikemichael2 Post 333532 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. Seconded Mike. I care not a jot about the wrong'un that is Meghan Markle and the wet lettuce of a husband! :)
geckotheglorious
04/3/2021
12:26
Carrington must have known the Falklands situation was allowed to devlope (ignoring information from the supply ships to the islands), so that Thatcher had an excuse for an easily winnable scuffle, to win another election.
lefrene
04/3/2021
12:18
Recall the late Lord Carrington who resigned as Foreign secretary following the Argentinian invasion of the Falkland Islands. At the time he said it was a matter of doing the honourable thing. He took full responsibility as it had happened on his watch. Contrast this with the failure of Sturgeon to do likewise, even if we assume that her claims are correct - it happened on her watch. Banana republic is apt.
cheshire pete
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