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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
  -0.64 -1.44% 43.75 43.815 43.83 45.015 43.675 44.52 256,694,437 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 36.5 31,001

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06/3/2021
12:38
Unfinished business.And they are Family. Love them. Or not.....Suits us! Brexiteer celebrates as official admits EU could be forced into customs changeEU officials may be forced to begin checking goods travelling to and from Ireland from the bloc on ferries, an official has admitted, as the row over the controversial Northern Ireland protocol (NIP) continues to spiral.By CIARAN MCGRATH11:59, Sat, Mar 6, 2021 | UPDATED: 11:59, Sat, Mar 6, 2021... Daily Express
xxxxxy
06/3/2021
12:12
Too much emotional stuff around the nurses pay award. Sure, a lot of nursing staff worked hard during the pandemic, and put their lives on the line, but that's got sweet sodall to do with pay. The pay award should be seen in the context of what is the going rate for the public sector. Thing is, and I don't want to sound harsh, but they were doing their job. That's what they signed up for. That doesn't mean that the public shouldn't be grateful for their efforts. A number of times when I was at sea, my life was very much at risk, and I was injured a couple of times, but that didn't mean that I should expect a pay rise. Keeping nations supplied with food and materials while working sometimes under diabolical conditions was what I signed up for. Aside from that, some nurses work load was easier during the pandemic, or so a nurse told me.
poikka
06/3/2021
12:04
Lol, can imagine Minny saying ' it's the truth, even if it didn't happen'.Min, the time to influence people's minds over Brexit was before the vote. Not 30 years after we voted to leave.Oh soz, forgot, you did try your hardest before. Looks like no one listened mate.Try to think why sensible and intelligent people voted out all those years ago, then you may be able to get over your weird Brexit obsession. Settle down with a nice egg bacon sausage and black pud brekky, washed down with a pint of real ale. Or stick with a fat soaked pastry (I suspect you should avoid those) and a glass of fizzy water. Your choice.
pierre oreilly
06/3/2021
10:42
Look nurses, we appreciate that you've worked extraordinarily hard and risked your lives over this crisis, but you have to accept that the government must spend according to the UK's priorities. While the NHS is obviously critical our number one priority at this time is to ensure that the price of houses keep going up and up. That's why we've decided to give you a pay cut in real terms and channel the money into guaranteeing 95% mortgages. Here, have another round of applause. Top FT comment.
minerve 2
06/3/2021
10:34
Don't worry folks: Yorkshire pudding still on the menu! ;)
minerve 2
06/3/2021
10:33
Business owner posting on the FT: As an exporter, we are down €25-30k a month., Jan and Feb. We've started shipping now at increased costs and trade prices. We still cant ship to Germany or our biggest market Poland. Boris Johnson is a complete failure.
minerve 2
06/3/2021
10:25
To all those saying the government can’t afford anymore remember the side of the bus during the referendum? So that £350million would give every nurse a huge pay rise and still have money to run the NHS safely for years to come. But like everything else with this government, it was a lie! WE KNOW IT! YOU KNOW IT!
minerve 2
06/3/2021
10:16
It's worth noting that Australia is the only export destination that has had its EU supplies cut. Bahrain, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Japan, Kuwait, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Oman, Panama, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom and the United States have been receiving and continue to receive EU vaccines. With the exception of New Zealand, Singapore and to a lesser extent Japan, all these countries are in need of vaccines because they are suffering from uncontrolled outbreaks and many deaths. The vaccine does more good, save more lives, anywhere but there. So what's the moral of the story? Don't buy from the EU (or UK or USA that are exporting nothing at all) when you're taking lifesaving supplies from those in desperate need. Turn to China, India and Russia instead, which are happy to sell doses abroad even as their people die due to shortages. Yet, I don't see the Australians lining up to buy from them.
minerve 2
06/3/2021
10:13
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utrickytrees
06/3/2021
10:05
Poikka What do you expect them to do? Just not have the vaccine? There are hundreds of millions of people who live in the EU. It isn't just Little England you old numpty.
minerve 2
06/3/2021
08:47
Lloyds Banking Group has announced plans to become a large private landlord, moving its first tenants in by the end of the year. It aims to buy and rent out new and existing housing stock across the UK as it searches for sources of revenue, according to a report in the Financial Times. Lloyds, the UK’s largest mortgage lender, hopes to take advantage of its low funding costs, strong brand name and knowledge of the housing market to become a major player in the sector. As low rates squeeze the profit margins on traditional lending businesses, the move should bring direct benefits through rental yield and house price growth, as well as provide the ability to cross-sell rental deposit loans or insurance. It’s not first financial institution to get into property; Legal & General is a huge housebuilder, leaser and landlord of private rented property, while retailer John Lewis recently announced plans to build a residential property portfolio to offset weakness in its high street stores. Track record Lloyds has also directly invested in several housing projects with smaller developers in recent years through a partnership with Homes England. It believes the new plan could fit with its stated social objective of ‘helping Britain prosper’ by offering better quality and more professional services to renters than many existing landlords. In its annual report, Lloyds also announced plans to expand the availability of affordable and quality homes by providing £10 billion of lending to first-time-buyers as well as to assess the energy retrofit requirements of more than 200,000 homes in the social housing sector. The bank said: “We are committed to broadening access to home ownership and exploring opportunities to increase our support to the UK rental sector.” Landlords with longer memories may remember that this is not Lloyds’ first foray into renting – during the 1980s it had one of the UK’s largest chains of estate agencies.
richie1218
06/3/2021
08:37
#3696: Thanks 5xy.....Sir John Redwood's knowledge and understanding of economics and finance is awesome.
cheshire pete
06/3/2021
07:53
Just the roadworks to accommodate the new East midlands freight terminal / inland port has been a colossal undertaking. The whole area at M1 Jnc 24 has changed beyond all recognition. As I recall the works started about 6/7 years ago so these freeports must have been on the table some time. It's a hugely impressive project anticipated to bring 60,000 jobs to the area. hTtps://www.derbytelegraph.co.uk/news/derby-news/60000-jobs-way-huge-business-5067311.amp hTtps://www.slp-emg.com/#prettyPhoto
utrickytrees
06/3/2021
07:33
Scania...lol My comment has nothing at all to do with Race but rather "CHARACTER" so get off your high horse... I wrote to Sunak a year back. Polite and precise - asking why they are not protecting Listed British businesses they are forcing to close due to Covid. Exceptional circumstances - place a 12 month short ban like Gordon Brown did. Didn't get a reply. Now I know why... Then look at the trading on Lloyds today. Definitely extremely suspicious behaviour (guaranteed illegal computer manipulation) and not the first time but the odds Andrew Bailey, Rishi Sunak or Nikhil Rathi new FCA Chief (and Ex LSE Chief)... what's the odds they will start cleaning up London's Financials??? PMSL..... None
crazi
06/3/2021
07:04
Flying from Cardiff is not pleasant. Cannot recommend. Worst airport ever been to. Ghastly.
xxxxxy
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