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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
  0.65 1.52% 43.46 43.41 43.43 43.775 43.02 43.14 214,073,182 16:35:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 29,167.0 1,226.0 1.2 36.2 30,795

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06/3/2021
18:26
Joe I suspect the "Lords" are getting paid to turn up in the virtual sense. Even if it's only to log on for the days pay.
maxk
06/3/2021
17:37
Leaving aside Minnie's contribution - he's still on filter. Tricky - "better global opportunities arise which don't compromise our sovereignty.." On that point, I'm increasingly impressed by Liz Truss: she's solid and hard-working, although I admit she must have a good team working for her. Roll on India in the Spring.
poikka
06/3/2021
17:18
Poikka Nurses are effectively taking a pay cut. I would have no problem with the 1% if the government were not spending ridiculous amounts of money on contracts with their mates - where we are still waiting for full transparency - and the likes of £5bn propping up the residential housing market. You just can't reconcile them. If we can't afford to pay nurses a decent increase and equip them with appropriate PPE then neither can we afford to prop the housing market and we should, like many things, allow the whole thing to self-correct. In fact, I favour a housing price correction, it would be a good thing for all IMO. I don't expect any of you to agree with me because your whole lives have been driven by property price inflation which the young will pay for for many decades to come. Boris and Co have also been latching on to the nurses plight and making use of "clap for the nurses" to further their support and popularity, calling them heroes etc.. and then this? Sorry, it doesn't wash. Either they are heroes, deserve more than claps and deserve further recognition than they get or they don't. If they don't Boris and Co should have stayed behind the doors of No 10 and kept their mouths shut. Also, we are about 50,000 nurses short ATM. It isn't exactly the best way to keep the nurses you have or attract new ones. Not very clever. But most of you here aren't particularly that bright and can't think past the next day so we will leave it like that. That is why you all have mediocre finances and haven't done much in life other than be deck hands and cut trees or be a landlord to one or two properties: not exactly challenging is it? Not like what the nurses have done! ;)
minerve 2
06/3/2021
17:08
Back in sept
portside1
06/3/2021
17:08
65p by sept buy buy buy
portside1
06/3/2021
17:04
"Boris Johnson believes MPs should not receive a pay rise this year, Downing Street has said, as MPs called on the government to legislate to prevent the publicly damaging pay increase. The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority, which sets MPs’ salaries, is expected to recommended that MPs should get a 4.1% increase worth £3,300. The move, should it go ahead, is likely to spark public indignation coupled with an expected public sector pay freeze at the spending review later this week. Johnson’s spokesman said the prime minister had already acted where he had the power to do so and had frozen ministerial pay, but said he did not believe MPs should get a rise. “MPs’ salaries are obviously decided by an independent body but given the circumstances, the PM doesn’t believe MPs should be receiving a pay rise,” the spokesman said. Ipsa, which was set up in the wake of the expenses’ scandal, has a statutory duty to review MPs’ pay in the first year of a parliament but many parliamentarians have publicly spoken out against the potential increase."
poikka
06/3/2021
17:01
Lords only get paid if they turn up for work, so they have not received much at all for a year or so.
joestalin
06/3/2021
15:45
Op will be in Liverpool for the fist week in July for a few meetings .
portside1
06/3/2021
15:44
buy buy buy
portside1
06/3/2021
15:39
Op I am at my daughters moving
portside1
06/3/2021
15:38
I bought a lot of shares in lloys since the announcement I like it
portside1
06/3/2021
15:34
But seriously, I'm astonished at the chaos, panic, floundering, immature behaviour, bullying, incompetence, and lack of a credible strategy for the future of the bloc. With their eyes firmly fixed on punishing the UK for having the nerve to actually leave, they've completely missed the bigger picture of creating a successful trading bloc; so now Brussels is merely seen as being a thick bully. But then, when you realise that they're just a group of politicians looking for an easy ride with brilliant conditions, it shouldn't come as a surprise.
poikka
06/3/2021
15:27
"Christopher Meyer, the former British ambassador to the US, has hit out at the bloc claiming they have lost its "moral compass". Mr Meyer tweeted: "Does one laugh or cry? "In one corner the EU makes an unholy fuss about bits of soil, parcels and fruit 'n' veg going from GB to NI, while another its vaccine policy goes from farce to disgrace with a ban on AZ exports to Australia." Minnie out on a limb, again.
poikka
06/3/2021
14:52
Becoming a landlord sounds great Porto but why are they thinking of buying new properties when they will have the pick of the repos, many of them being next door to new?
optomistic
06/3/2021
14:06
Becoming a landlord is great news , buy buy buy
portside1
06/3/2021
12:39
Out of the Cuckoo's Nest
xxxxxy
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
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