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Share Price: 75.35Bid: 75.44Ask: 75.52Change: -1.51 (-1.96%)Faller - Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.08Spread as %: 0.11%Open: 75.96High: 76.64Low: 75.35Yesterday’s Close: 76.86


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Troajan
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us
Today 20:57
banks on a roll,before and during the fed meeting.
dow,s&p and nasdaq all doin a "storming norman"?
 
calisto
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HMG
Today 20:30
needs the money. The social welfare/benefits bill alone is £93bn.or £1300 for every person in the country.selling out ofLloyds would tied them over for 4 months.
tucson
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Confused
Today 19:40
Today the share closed at 75.35p. The Government have declared they will not sell below 73.6p therefore giving a discount of approximately 3%. Which institution in their right mind would buy millions of pounds worth of shares at that sort of discount? Maybe a discount of 10% would be interesting but that would take the price down to 67p. Strange!
MEDI
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RE: Reuters
Today 19:24
In my view, the government will not sell shares below 75.5P and the share price will need to be in the range of 78P to 80P before they sell. So, this means they will sell after the DIVIDEND is announced along with final report on 27 February 2015 just 70 days before the General Election. SO, this is the NEXT milestone to watch. There will be a happy ending into this affair as the government will surely need your VOTE.
MEDI
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Reuters
Today 19:14
CJR1994
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RE: Only reducing HMG holding by 5%..
Today 18:33
I'm not sure that the government can sell amounts larger than that, George osborne stated today that they had put in place some sort of trading plan to reduce their holdings in an 'orderly and measured way' which makes me think that they have a prearranged price and size agreement with the institutions at around the 75p mark because why didn't they sell at 80+? This would go someway to explain why a dividend has been announced yet by lloyds or the PRA because that would be game changing news
ezglide
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Only reducing HMG holding by 5% ?
Today 18:22
Disappointing to see the government still keeping a fat finger in the pie reduction from 25% to 20% nowhere near enough to tempt me back into Lloyds
Asperger1
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Coincidence?
Today 18:14
Quite a coincidence - I finally got a reply to my UKFI email earlier today

Dear UKFI,

Could you please clarify - should regulator requirements be met, in theory are Lloyds free to pay a dividend to share holders including the UKFI,

Regards, Mr......

Dear Mr........

Thank you for your email. Please accept my apologies for the delay in replying.

UK Financial Investments (UKFI) is wholly owned by the Government, and is responsible for managing the Government’s shareholdings in The Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc and Lloyds Banking Group plc.

As you suggest in your email, responsibility for approving a resumption of dividend payments by Lloyds Banking Group (LBG) rests with the Prudential Regulation Authority.

If Lloyds Banking Group were to pay a dividend we would expect all shareholders to be entitled to it, including the Government.

Kind regards,

UKFI Enquiries Unit
UK Financial Investments Ltd
100 Parliament Street, London SW1A 2BQ
Twinklyhulkster
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Future
Today 17:25
I predict a 15% sale to institutions and approximately a 9% buy back before the election.





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