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Number of Share Chat Posts (all time): 2,901
Number of Share Chat Posts (last 30 days): 163

Last Posted: Fri 00:45


Post Distribution over the last 30 days




Fri 00:45

J06
''What is there to cheer about.''

About 2.5p per share
Thu 22:11

Got back to roughly the required average daily spend to last most of the year, so we may see a daily fall shortly to about 11 million shares
13 Apr '19

in addition the return by the current and any future buybacks
12 Apr '19

Hooky
The statutory instrument instigated by Y cooper (passed by 1 vote) went through on the 28th March effectively giving two new possible exit dates.
12 Apr '19

BJ
''Profits do not affect yield. Dividends should be paid out of profits.''

and the point of this post to me?
12 Apr '19

BB
''A buyback must have an influence on shorters.''

I'm sure future potential shorters of Lloyds would look at the implications of a £1.75 billion buyback.
Some may see it as giving a helping hand in taking out a short at their preferred entry level.
12 Apr '19

JFCC
''You are reduced to taking words and sentences out of context now. ''

but that is what you always end up saying
12 Apr '19

JFCC
''As I pointed out only parliament can choose to revoke article 50.''

and? is that something that you believe people didn't know?
12 Apr '19

G2bh
''But it must have increased lloy's profits. Not having to pay £1billions worth of divis''

A buyback doesn't increase profits, but it would increase earnings per share.

Money allocated to dividend payments can be made to fewer shares.
12 Apr '19

JFCC
''Here is a contradiction you can take up with yourself.''

''"Leaving with or without a deal is COMPLETELY in the hands of OUR own parliament"''

''"The EU twice, have had the chance to break away with the UK with 'no deal'''

NO contradiction, but it is only to a simpleton where there is need of an explanation.
Let me explain to you.

Parliament is in complete control of whether to vote for a deal or not.
Parliament is in complete control of whether to ask for an extension or not.
The EU is in complete control whether to extend or not
12 Apr '19

JFCC
''If you actually knew what was written into law you would know it allows for the date being changed by an agreed extension''

https://briefingsforbrexit.com/the-postponement-of-brexit-is-it-legal/
12 Apr '19

Last years £1 billion backback didn't stop the share price from going down.
12 Apr '19

BB
''It's no good dumping shares in the market if there's a captive buyer out there.''

The buyback doesn't make for a captive buyer, only a percentage (determined by UBS) of daily volume.
12 Apr '19

JFCC
''The EU has had no choice, chance or opportunity to break away from the UK with no deal. Their only choice they have had in these extension discussions has been to extend for a given time, or to decline to extend.''

A contradiction in one sentence.
Well done
12 Apr '19

A1
''supply & demand in action''

The buyback is not the driver of volume just a component.
The buyback volume does not determine a share price.
We have had up days when 3+ million have been bought back and down days whens 22 million have been bought .
12 Apr '19

A1
Over a course of the rest of this year, the buyback will not determine how the share price will end up apart from the increase in nav for each share.

On a daily basis, if a required buyback amount is set at the start of the day (probably about another 22 million today)
then that may entail putting in bids at a higher level to achieved this goal if the offers are not coming.
12 Apr '19

The Sun is at an average distance of about 93,000,000 miles away from Earth. It is so far away that light from the Sun, traveling at a speed of 186,000 miles per second, takes about 8 minutes to reach us
12 Apr '19

GB
''but scared ill miss the big rise ? any thoughts''

Yes, toss a coin
12 Apr '19

B1
Well done if you made a good profit with you sale

''The 115,000 was. Sell.....don't know why it's showing as a buy.''

Could it be because someone bought them.
The logging of a transaction as a buy or a sale is a bit meaningless
12 Apr '19

A1
''HELP - we need more sellers - the SP is getting too high ''

Everyone has their offer and bid price limits on which they will act.
If all offers were for 100p and all bids were for 40p there wouldn't be any transactions


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