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Share Price: 70.49Bid: 70.47Ask: 70.49Change: -0.11 (-0.16%)Faller - Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.02Spread as %: 0.03%Open: 70.16High: 72.815Low: 69.105Yesterday’s Close: 70.60


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Happyhead
Posts: 207
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Price:70.49
Good day all
Today 19:06
Livestock predicted 73p for today? I will never believe him again! Strong finish today so hopefully a nice rise tomorrow. Let the black horse run free ( not backwards) and keep the faith.
 
jayfax
Posts: 517
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Price:70.49
RE: Factoring
Today 18:11
Silverfox
Without putting more than five minute thought into it I thought probably the whole of commitment for Carillion and suppliers and all would likely not come to any more than £250 m. - Possibly a lot less - possibly I am wrong.
Most contracts will have to be restarted somehow.

If I am right with that blunderuss shot - that would be immaterial to Lloyds I would have thought.

As I say I could be wrong - but maybe its a starting point for someone t do some research on to guess higher or lower with reasons. Personally I can't raise a sweat on it as it pales into insignificance compared to everyones favourite exit process. GL
Silverfox43
Posts: 27
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:70.235
Factoring
Today 16:35
We may have dodged a bullet, for once, through not being one of Carillion's main bankers but how much of their debt will have been factored through Lloyds and what fallout do you think we are we likely to suffer from all the companies reliant upon Carillion for their future and the payment of their outstanding invoices?
freya
Posts: 1,732
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Price:70.32
RE: Job perks
Today 15:14
I have to say Richard, that anyone involved in the purchasing side of a company had it made, the gifts they received were amazing. One of my best jobs was working for a diamond merchant in Hatton Garden, London, I used to get amazing gifts from diamond merchant suppliers as I wrote the cheques for the company bank account. Those were the days.
Richard365054
Posts: 230
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Price:70.24
Job perks
Today 15:06
The whole world has changed in the way business is conducted. When I was starting out as a Textile Designer I often used to travel with my collections of new designs around the UK and Europe. Regularly a client would be treated with a gift or expensive meal for himself and his wife after agreeing an order. Christmas time in particular was a period when bottles were distributed to customers and potential customers alike. It was a common practise.

Years later, working for AIG after it was bailed out by the American Government/taxpayer, we were warned in no short terms that all our behaviours would be under scrutiny. No propping up bars when away on expenses or treating clients. All activities had to be completely above board. Quite right too.

Going back 30 years I had a friend who worked in pub/club refurbishment. The breweries used to spend huge amounts because the turnovers in these premises were vast and they were keen to keep their ales on tap. As part of agreements to award the refurbishment to a particular company, bent secretaries would insist on paid holidays, a new set of ping golf clubs or a bung under the table.
freya
Posts: 1,732
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Price:70.09
RE: carillion
Today 14:34
one Of the drawbacks about not working DCB is that you don£t get all those little treats. A lot of employees social lives revolve around their business expense account and I have to say I have had my fair Share of treats. Weekends away in best hotels, great dinners and theatre nights, you name it. I have to say it was good while it lasted. Now I sit at home and watch the snow falling, dreaming of sunnier climes and planning holidays. I did alright. Lol. I have my memories. Lol.
deadcatsbounce
Posts: 1,711
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Price:70.085
RE: carillion
Today 14:19
Probably all met up at late night clubs of Ill repute, to seal the deals!

Freya, you've been missing out on the action; holidays on private yachts in the behamas!
utrickytrees
Posts: 2,094
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Price:70.01
RE: carillion
Today 14:06
What did I tell u....board being investigated, obviously a few Brown envelopes flying around.
Wids
Posts: 5,609
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Price:70.035
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RE: carillion
Today 13:21
Of course it's the right thing to do. A company run by monkeys and not paid peanuts. Seems another case of extreme phish poor management. But they we are, another bites the dust. Be careful who you work for and invest in. It's the knock ons which are now the big concern.
utrickytrees
Posts: 2,094
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Price:70.05
RE: carillion
Today 13:16
Anyone else want a pop today?




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