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Lloyds Share Chat (LLOY)



Share Price: 66.74Bid: 66.73Ask: 66.75Change: -0.09 (-0.13%)Faller - Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.02Spread as %: 0.03%Open: 66.58High: 67.00Low: 66.26Yesterday’s Close: 66.83


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Wids
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RE: Wids
7 Oct '17
Never been, enjoy your tour. Yeah, just back from Switzerland Italy and France. Chased by the cops, pulled by the Douane customs in Strasbourg....never a dull moment..... it's a touchy old world that's for sure.
 
Newchurch
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RE: Asperger
7 Oct '17
Of course Asp may see his pound one day, as inflation makes a pound worth only around our current share price today. Yet the illusion of growth, will, no doubt vindicate the years of holding.

Second thoughts, as the public are ever squeezed, some of it genuine, much of it though wrongly blamed on Brexit, tis likely that Asp's pound will not happen as we will be using Euros by then if Labour are considered by the stupid as saviours of our decline in living standards.

Perhaps MPs of all parties have, as they did in the war, joined together in the common cause, ie so they can all keep their snouts in the EU trough, and T.M was a stooge put in place to ruin the exit process, to get what it must be remembered she and most other rich really wanted, and that was to 'stay'.

So whilst many think her a fool in messing up the talks, that, could be 'exactly' what she wanted to do.

Anyway with ever more poor people, having wages and living standards subsidised, thus earning little, paying in little or no tax, yet claiming in work top ups, it is clear that our economy is on a downward spiral, and the knock on effects taking years to filter through.

wow
BruceJamieson
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Jamesroo
7 Oct '17
quite right sir. The Tories bang on about the deficit but not the debt itself. The Americans are worse. Incidentally Germany has huge debtors who will never pay up. But then they and the French never play by the rules.
Asperger1
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RE: Buyback Speculation
7 Oct '17
Q2 results - Q&A
Q4: Chris Manners, MORGAN STANLEY
If you hit the bottom end of your guidance range and you hit 170 basis points of capital generation on £220 billion of RWAs, that gives you a pretty chunky surplus capital versus your 13 per cent target, how should we think about special dividends, buybacks and how that makes its way back to the shareholders? Thanks.

Answer: George Culmer
We have been here before! Same question!
Look we talk about 170 to 200, Then, you know the position and nothing has changed, around 13 is the guidance, you know the Board will make a decision at the end of the year and seriously it is at the end of the year when the pieces come onto the table in terms of plans, in terms of stress tests, in terms of outlook, prospects for business, external environments etc, as to what we do with capital above that required for the ordinary dividend.

Answer: Ant£nio Horta-Os£rio
We will consider both extraordinaries and buybacks for a decision to be taken at the time as George says. The two alternatives open.
Petanqueplayer
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Troj
7 Oct '17
It is! So when are you visiting then?
Petanqueplayer
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Asperger
7 Oct '17
You just need to look beyond the numbers in the medium term.
Thanks for running with year end comp. I do miss Meercat though
Petanqueplayer
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Asperger
7 Oct '17
I am sure you will get there eventually.
Asperger1
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RE: Asperger
7 Oct '17
Petanqueplayer -
Mr Meerkats YE competition is alive and well - I tend to post the entry list at quarter results so next will be at Q3,

As I've stated many times - my entry is not designed to win but is my ultimate target SP, Since the start I have entered the same figure each year in the spirit of taking part and to contribute to a good cause.

If you think my target SP can never be achieved I'd be interested in your reasoning
Wids
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Troajan
7 Oct '17
A negative print on the US jobs yesterday. Oops! there's that N word. I guess CNBC will make a positive out of it who incidentally had the biggest switch off in 25 years. The BLS caught apparently with BS numbers regards the jobless rate. What could possibly gone wrong......after all it's October.

Uncle Don having his finger print taken for the big fat red button.

Bullish my friend




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