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Share Price: 74.69Bid: 74.72Ask: 74.76Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.04Spread as %: 0.05%Open: 74.26High: 74.97Low: 73.78Yesterday’s Close: 74.69


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Asperger1
Posts: 1,439
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:74.69
Bis report
Today 01:35
Bis report sounding pretty good for Lloy -

The financial sector has gained some strength since the crisis. Banks have rebuilt capital (mainly through retained earnings) and many have shifted their business models towards traditional banking.

http://www.bis.org/publ/arpdf/ar2014e_ov.htm
 
tallrugbyguy
Posts: 834
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:74.69
Lloyd's US
Today 01:12
Closed up 1.68% not bad at all ;-)
meerkat.com
Posts: 3,207
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:74.69
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RE: IMF report
Mon 21:10
Dick a Dum Dum seems apt

or Fat Fingers Careless Hands

LOL

2014 TYOTH
STC
Wids
Posts: 1,449
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:74.69
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RE: IMF report
Mon 21:04
If the IMF report scares you...then avoid the BIS report LOL. Then relax with a few Des O'Connor 45s.
corlis38
Posts: 1,140
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:74.69
FTSE 100
Mon 20:54
Good times back now.
meerkat.com
Posts: 3,207
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Price:74.69
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RE: IMF report
Mon 20:42
Nice to see you so positive on the Lloyds share price and potential

Since you claim to be all in cash and very liquid Why are you posting here

For a moment I thought you were Wight Lady or Vectis or BS

45p in your dreams
Good luck with you plan not sure what it is but good luck
Did you sell your house when you read the article about house prices crashing..... NO
Thought not

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keltickilla
Posts: 11
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:74.69
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IMF report
Mon 19:44
I noticed an IMF report the other day that stated that the ftse was in general, overheated and was looking to re-balance itself in the coming months... as a prospective investor who read an IMF report around 8 or 9 yrs ago stating that house prices were extremely overheated to the tune of houses only being true value of 55% as to what they were at the time. Could someone please explain to me why people are choosing to ignore the IMF warning as they seem to have got it right 9yrs ago. Would I be a fool if I were to start throwing my money back into the lions den at this time? I am just so unsure as to what to do with my spare cash. They do say a fool and his money is soon parted and I just seem to think that the ftse seems to have its fair share of fools at the moment.
bertram
Posts: 550
Observation
Opinion:Hold
Price:74.69
Evening all
Mon 18:15
Wow, finished blue against the run of play, marvellous.
Thought for the day I saw on a calendar -- Grey hair is hereditary, you get it from your children. Hold on to your hats tomorrow GL all.
calisto
Posts: 907
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:74.85
Ripping
Mon 15:50
The BOE and FCA still believe they have Shergar safely locked in his stable. That said they have n't dared to look inside as of yet.
MALPAT
Posts: 201
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Opinion:Hold
Price:74.30
Elvis
Mon 14:35
Impossible he works down our chippy.
£1 when divi starts next year.



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