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Share Price: 61.24Bid: 61.23Ask: 61.24Change: -0.14 (-0.23%)Faller - Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.01Spread as %: 0.02%Open: 61.55High: 61.69Low: 61.14Yesterday’s Close: 61.38


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TheFarEnd
Posts: 1,539
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:61.14
RE: UK jobless figures
Today 11:40
You're unlikely to read wage growth outstrips inflation singe, although it can happen (Blair raises doctors pay to 100k).
In my experience the best way to increase your income is through promotion or moving.
There's a psyche here In the UK, in that the majority of employees expect work to be on their doorstep, in short they are not willing to move to obtain a better life for themselves or their family.
 
stagecoach
Posts: 661
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:61.11
lloyds
Today 11:35
Until Brexit uncertainty is removed downward pressure on the share price will persist, 50s now look inevitable. Surely Lloyds and UBS should have foreseen this scenario unfolding and waited till the end of 2018 to to launch the share buy back programme.
chancer100
Posts: 1,083
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:61.28
RE: UK jobless figures
Today 11:34
This low unemployment rate is a result of brexit for sure. Damn brexit. Can't see any big problems or risks in the Lloyd's book what Mr market doesn't understand is the low LTV mortgage book and risk averse unsecured book will weather a downturn very extremely well.
guingette
Posts: 944
Opinion:Buy
Price:61.26
Buying
Today 11:22
If they go below 60 I am buying . I need to alter my average price over the last two years or so.
Oxo42
Posts: 3,349
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:61.25
Fridge, trivia, continued ! AND ME.
Today 11:21
Having bought my mother a set of wine glasses 20 years ago (at great expense !) Mother passed on and I was given "my" glasses back. They hadn't been used in case they got chipped or broken. I mentioned this to my daughter and she said she has a beautiful set of china (in the loft in case it etc) given for her wedding 38 years ago.!

If someone throws enough darts at a dart board, one of them will hit the bulls eye, followed by "I told you this would happen" ? Camp followers have some use, although never contributing to a community or to the reason for Lord Mayors parade, they help clean up afterwards, horse s### for the leeks, veg plots.etc

Lloyds shares go down, down, well nothing ever stops up, does it.? Followed by "I told you to sell months ago" repeated until Lloyds starts to go UP again. Now then are they shorting, or having sold Lloyds, cavorting, or just have no direction themselves. if SOMEONE SAID THEY HAD WON £3K ON SHARE SUCH AND SUCH, CAMP FOLLOWER WOULD HAVE.AND ME, OR SO DID I X 2. More interesting then tricky's fridge. IMHO......................... up/down who cares if not .! wtf...ssm...lol.
jamesroo
Posts: 3,170
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:61.27
LLOYDS
Today 11:20
Aho and Co., not exactly pulling up trees are they.
Mick and to think I thought Berenberg had it wrong.The three year plan was a warning which fooled only a few and I should have known given where the support for it hailed from.
My thoughts now are whether Berenberg have been optimistic,as if you take out the 1.5p buyback folly we are already below target.
Whatever, we still seem to have plenty of rampers as the price falls daily.Things will change eventually.
Just_My_Opinions
Posts: 11,078
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:61.32
RE: re buybacks
Today 11:17
I suggest people buy themselves a tin of paint... paint their wall and watch it dry... it would be far more entertaining than LLOY's share price movements.
Just_My_Opinions
Posts: 11,078
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:61.34
RE: re buybacks
Today 11:16
Finally someone with common sense. How anyone can argue that buybacks are preferable to cash in their trading account is just stupid
calisto
Posts: 3,499
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:61.34
re buybacks
Today 11:10
It has been one of the most excruciating debates on this forum for weeks. The impact is minuscule as Lloy has issued almost as many shares as it has concealed to pay staff bonuses. In other words we the shareholders are stumping up the money for the staff X was box.
Uphigher
Posts: 307
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:61.16
RE: Down, down, deeper and down we go
Today 10:38
Watch Thursday it’ll be below 60p as no one wants to buy for the dividend, then it’ll start to recover, slowly and I mean, SLOWLY!
mick-b
Posts: 5,951
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:61.23
RE: Down, down, deeper and down we go
Today 10:12
Spot on......AGAIN

23-Jul-18 Berenberg Bank Sell 60.00 60.00 Reiteration
RobGTR
Posts: 184
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:61.22
RE: Down, down, deeper and down we go
Today 10:06
Looking like we'll be back in the 60p range today/tomorrow. Will 60p be breached? So poor....
RobGTR
Posts: 184
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:61.24
Down, down, deeper and down we go
Today 10:00
Again
snige
Posts: 2,390
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:61.27
RE: UK jobless figures
Today 09:47
Wage growth weakens.Thats the main news today for UK.
TheFarEnd
Posts: 1,539
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:61.21
UK jobless figures
Today 09:42
U.K. unemployment dropped to a new 43-year low in the three months through June but the pace of wage growth eased.The jobless rate stood at 4 percent, the least since February 1975.
Just_My_Opinions
Posts: 11,078
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:61.31
RE: And....
Today 09:34
Politics is the biggest driver of the market right now.
Uphigher
Posts: 307
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:61.41
And....
Today 09:33
...........it’s down. Maybe you guys should join some political forum?
RobGTR
Posts: 184
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:61.38
RE: Buy backs!!!
Today 06:48
Thanks for that, slightly better than I thought but yes piddly amount.
Gate13Boy
Posts: 775
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:61.38
RE: Buy backs!!!
Today 06:31
Yup it’s been done to death on here Rob. The buyback is worth approx 1.5p onto the share price,. The 2008 share awards are worth approx 0.4p off the share price.

Tiny amounts in the grand scheme of things.
RobGTR
Posts: 184
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:61.38
RE: Buy backs!!!
Today 06:19
No, it's your own money invested and you have a right and frankly duty to express your views how that is managed.

Has anyone worked out the 'actual' mathematical impact of the buyback on share price taking into account all the additional printed shares? Was it something like worth 0.6p?

Good luck for today all!
longtimeinvestor
Posts: 3,854
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:61.38
RE: Buy backs!!!
Today 02:04
pool
others prefer a buyback but preference doesn't really come into it.
A buyback was chosen and that is what everyone should accept (permission given by shareholders).
It's rather like the EU referendum, the UK chose to leave and that is what everyone should accept
poolielad
Posts: 59
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:61.38
RE: Buy backs!!!
Today 01:31
1.5p to the share price or to the dividend??? I prefare a divi payment if i am honest..........its money in the bank
Oxo42
Posts: 3,349
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:61.38
Transplants Compromise !
Today 00:22
All dividends awarded will be paid in shares, any remaining monies paid into accounts.

This scheme will continue until further notice.

Lol, No buybacks until further notice.
longtimeinvestor
Posts: 3,854
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:61.38
RE: Not transplants
Mon 23:24
you are a lost cause JR
jamesroo
Posts: 3,170
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:61.38
Not transplants
Mon 23:20
A brain in the first place would have helped you a lot.
Why do you always make it so easy?
Even the Eskimo`s wouldn`t have bought the buyback tripe.
Free advice stick with Carillion? What a plonker.




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