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Share Price: 67.73Bid: 67.73Ask: 67.77Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.04Spread as %: 0.06%Open: 67.26High: 68.00Low: 67.26Yesterday’s Close: 67.73

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Today 21:59
Strange it's never played at funerals DCB!

Newchurch's favourite childhood song.
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Today 21:07
This is terrible news!

Who popped their clogs?



Dont ever laugh
As a Hearse goes by
For you may be the next to die
They wrap you up
In a big white sheet
From your head down to your feet
They put you in a big black box
And cover you up with dirt and rocks
And all goes well
For about a week
And then your coffin begins to leak
And the worms crawl in, the worms crawl out
The worms play pinochle on your snout
They eat your eyes, they eat your noes
They eat the jelly between your toes
A big green worm with rolling eyes
Crawls in your stomach and out your eyes
Your stomach turns a slimy green
And puss comes out like whipping cream
You spread it on a slice of bread
And thats what you eat when your dead
And the worms crawl out and the worms crawl in
The worms that crawl in are lean and thin
The ones that crawl out are fat and stout
Your eyes fall in and your hair falls out
Your brain comes tumbling down your snout
And the worms crawl in, the worms crawl out
They crawl all over your dirty snout
Your chest caves in and your eyes pop out
Your brain turns to saurkraut
They invite their friends, and their friends too
They all come down to chew on you
And this is what it is to die, i hope you had a nice goodbye
Did you ever think as a Hearse goes by
That you might be the next to die
And your eyes fall out and your teeth decay
And that is the end of a perfect... day
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Today 20:33
It is always sad when one of the group passes-especially when nobody knows his name.
I am not buying flowers Maldim.LOL.
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Today 19:33
Cheers Hooky, fancy Jack Arnfield tonite...he looks awkward rangy & tenacious can see him being the value. Dissappointed Derby boy Arfan Iqbal has pulled out i was relying on him to pay my tax bill this yr lol ATB. (Arnfields a punt btw).
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RE: john46
Today 19:10
Fear not John....
My weekend Brokers report seemed passive enough....famous last words lo!

Asian shares rose for a fifth straight day on Friday as investors dipped their toes back in the water after heavy selling earlier this month, while Wall Street booked a hat-trick of rises for the week.

"Traders are quickly getting used to higher bond yields, higher inflation and another round of hikes in global interest rates that will follow, so much so that US stocks are recovering twice as fast as in London," said Lee Wild, head of equity strategy at interactive investor.

"Markets will remain volatile, for sure, but we£ve just found out that big investors can£t stay out of this market for long, and demand for equities typically picks up in the weeks before tax year-end."

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Today 18:57
Troajan - prepare for a wids burger special matey. Dentures friendly, the bag it comes in doubles up as a throw up container. 3%+ on the 10 paper is a given, big Don and his deficits will see to

Raise them rates baby.
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Today 18:51
Blimey whose died ??
DCB and ...???
If it's JAY he's on his way to holiday in glorious Italy.
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Today 18:18
Great posts today, The two ejots must be giving us all a rest. gla
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RE: PPi - numbers
Today 17:11
Hi Gary. Good and informative post, thank you. Hope you're right.
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PPi - numbers
Today 17:03
As of end of Oct when Q3 numbers were published, Lloyds were holding 2.3 bn PPi prov. Or enough to pay out 104 million a month 2.3bn / 23 months = £104 m per month. Lloyds account for 38 % of all PPI claims. The six month moving average ( to Nov ) of all industry claims as per FCA is 300 million per month. 40 % of that is Lloyds or £120 m a month. So at current run rate ,and this includes three months of higher post Arnie FCA adverts in Aug, Lloyds need 2.6 bn to cover claims if rate remains the same or put another way a further .3 bn on top of what they have ( 2.3 bn at end of Oct ) in reserve right now. Now, you could argue that the run rate will diminish as we get nearer the deadline and we have peaked at £398 per month ( FCA total for industry in Nov) . Or, will the ambulance chasers still manage to drum up even more claims. Personally I see the trend slowing - a lot less nuisance calls now. Also as I understand it , with the accumulation of past claimants data on record now vast, the Banks are knocking a much much larger number of bogus claims as they have much past data to check on. Also the FCA do analysis on claims data and claimants and are able to help indentify bogus claims. Lloyds may well make the call and provide for another .5 bn, but I don£t see it rising too much more than that

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