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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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07/3/2021
10:30
Clap for 1% folks. Hurray! ROFLMAO!
minerve 2
07/3/2021
10:28
I wouldn't be so smug if I were you you old fool. What have you won? Where is the £350M? Like everything about Brexit and Boris - all lies. Lots of problems ahead and some currently being buried because of COVID.
minerve 2
07/3/2021
10:17
I must admit the Remainers are not having much luck. They first lost a referendum they smugly thought they would walk. They used every underhanded trick in the book to have the result overturned - and lost again. Now they have lost all credibility along with their EU masters. On top of which Brussels has not only shown its true anti democratic nature to the whole world (Oz, China, Russia, NI)but it will have given great encouragement to the pro leave element in the 27. I was in the sticks in Portugal a few years ago. In a little bar/cafe was a plate on the bar loaded with contributions (including my 2 euro (thats good - my pc hasnt got a euro symbol). It had a sign which translated as 'To buy a submarine to sink the German battleship'. I bet the plate has been changed for a barrel this last few months.
scruff1
07/3/2021
09:32
Mind you Reform couldnt do worse than the Lib Dems. That idiot Jo Swinson didnt just shoot them in the foot she blew both legs off. 'We will revoke Article 50 and cancel Brexit' BOOOOOM. That was smart. Sunk without trace. Cant even remember who their new leader is - not that they really need one, a bit like Labour although at least I can just about remember his name -Jeremy something isnt it?
scruff1
07/3/2021
09:32
Lloyd’s becoming a landlord makes me think they’ve run out of ideas. If they’ve the money to invest in property they should be returning it to long suffering shareholders.
jias
07/3/2021
09:23
10Bn for what?? If anything they should be paying us money. Tell the thick tart do one. Anyone who buys anything from the EU except derivatives of the tamparanillo grape is a europhile mincer who should do time for treason.
utrickytrees
07/3/2021
09:23
Good timing imo. I reckon that he reckons that Reform aint gonna cut it. Especially now the Tories riding high. We conservatives are without a home.
scruff1
07/3/2021
08:57
Farage has picked an odd time to jack it in. Local elections are due on the 6 May 2021. Would have though he would like to cause a few upsets to the tories, no labour and the dims. Very strange.
maxk
07/3/2021
08:28
Great to see Lord Frost telling Brussels to stop 'skulking'. He speaks like a scaled down version of Trump, and that gets my vote; hiding behind diplomatic language with the EU does not work.
poikka
07/3/2021
07:24
Time to consider controlling public spending?MARCH 7, 2021 6 COMMENTSThe government is right to spend substantially to offset the lockdowns and other anti pandemic measures, all the time they stop people working or prevent businesses trading. Once they do at last remove the regulations which damage jobs and the economy there should be a sharp fall in public spending and a large rise in tax revenues as the economy bounces back. The measures to help offset the anti virus actions are costed at a whopping £ 250 bn this year. There has also been a substantial revenue loss. Correcting both these adverse moves in the accounts will slash the deficit.Given my worries about the balance of payments the government would be wise to reduce spending in foreign currencies.It is now seeking to reduce the overseas aid budget. Mrs May's deal against my advice was weak on contributions to the EU so next year the UK is still budgeted in the Red Book to send £10 bn to them. This needs review, as it seems far too high given we have left. The government should review all public purchasing to see where there can be import substitution.If more the Public sector's needs can be met from domestic supply it will Generate more jobs and offsetting tax revenue at home. Defence procurement, purchase of all trains and vehicles, food for public sector institutions and many other items could be shifted to more U.K. sourcing now are out of the EU.Within the fast growing public capital spending plans rests the very expensive HS2 which remains a bad investment. The state also needs to grips with the huge railway subsidies and set out new timetables and service plans geared to our changed And reduced needs for train travel.... John Redwood
xxxxxy
07/3/2021
00:10
Lol...https://t.me/PatriotFeeds/2341
k38
06/3/2021
23:29
That may be the case but they'll still get my vote. Never voting Tory ever again after this year.
chiefbrody
06/3/2021
23:09
The idea stinks and I want no part of it. Politics!
jordaggy
06/3/2021
21:45
Exclusive: Nigel Farage quits politics - and this time he means it The Reform Party leader is stepping back after almost three decades. But he's still got the woke brigade in his crosshairs By Christopher Hope, CHIEF POLITICAL CORRESPONDENT 6 March 2021 • 8:00pm Brexit is done - and so is Nigel Farage. The former leader of the UK Independence Party and the Brexit Party, credited even by his sharpest critics as the most influential politician of the past two decades, has finally quit politics. And this time it is for good. In an interview with this weekend’s Chopper’s Politics podcast, which you can listen to on the audio player above, Mr Farage announces he is resigning as leader of the Reform Party and turning his back on politics after three decades of political street fighting. He says: “There is no going back - Brexit is done. That won’t be reversed. I know I’ve come back once or twice when people thought I’d gone, but this is it. It’s done. It’s over.” Mr Farage famously quit after the 2016 referendum, saying "I want my life back", but then reformed the Brexit Party two years later in 2018 to exploit disaffection with the way the Government was handling the Brexit negotiations. He adds: “Now's the moment for me to say I've knocked on my last door. I'm going to step down as the leader of Reform UK. I'll have no executive position at all. I'm quite happy to have an honorary one, but party politics, campaigning, being involved in elections, that is now over for me because I've achieved the one thing I set out to do: to achieve the independence of the UK.” The 56-year-old insists that he had no plans to retire, saying: “I'm not packing up. I'm not off to play golf four afternoons a week and have half a bitter afterwards. That's not happening.” Instead, he will be trying to influence the national debate on China’s influence in the UK and the battles over the so-called culture wars. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2021/03/06/exclusive-nigel-farage-quits-politics-time-means/
maxk
06/3/2021
21:44
Give it another 6 months and the extent of eastern european medical tourism will start to become apparent. Wouldnt be suprised if we have doctors and nurses coming out of our ears. I'd put a limit of 3 free NHS visits per year, scale back the health service and encourage pensioners not to be joined at the hip to it. Our pensioners need to break free.
utrickytrees
06/3/2021
21:41
I see Sir Nigel has packed it in. Not daft really. Sad to say but I cant see Reform going far without his charisma. Looks like we are stuck with the same old same old. Same old two parties one set of policies. They can now carry on pretending they represent other than just their own interests again without hinderance. Sad
scruff1
06/3/2021
20:37
scruff They are in the klub, and you are not.
maxk
06/3/2021
19:57
optomistic: "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?" Because repos often in poor condition in run down areas. New properties easier to let to quality tenants more likely to look after them. Agree with Portside, like the idea. If they fall behind with rent they'll be able to re-schedule payments if tenancy still viable. See what the market makes of it.
cheshire pete
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