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Lloyds Share Chat (LLOY)



Share Price: 66.00Bid: 65.99Ask: 66.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.01Spread as %: 0.02%Open: 65.60High: 66.11Low: 65.36Yesterday’s Close: 66.00


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Wids
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RE: David Davis - a complete idiot!..
Today 06:27
I guess life is really tough for the Swiss, Norwegians and the like...
 
mick-b
Posts: 3,388
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Price:66.00
Would we hand 150000 euros back ?
Today 01:40
mick-b
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RE: RE:wells fargo or goldman sachs
Today 00:48
From a loyal BARC shareholder
lo!
ATB stagecoach.
stagecoach
Posts: 483
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Price:66.00
RE:wells fargo or goldman sachs
Today 00:24
Highly unlikely a North American Bank will make a takeover bid for Lloyds. However the same can not be said for Barclays. Both Bank of America and Citigroup have for sometime now been widely touted as possible future predators for Barclays. Both these American banks are still miffed at loosing out to Barclays over the giveaway fire sale in 2008 of Lehman Brothers remaining attractive core North American investment assets.

If Barclays low share price and weakness continues to persist for much longer there is real possibility for a takeover bid for the bank.

ATB
Borninusa123456
Posts: 704
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RE: David Davis - a complete idiot!..
Today 00:15
20 billion seems fair and reasonable , then the sooner brexit is over with the bettee , PEOPLE BEFORE POLITICS
torquay
Posts: 2,211
Observation
Opinion:Hold
Price:66.00
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Typical
Today 00:09
The Conference season has opened at last - the competing visions of the various party's will be put before the British people and finally present some sort of vision to the country.

First away are The LibDems where a very good speech and a vision which was quite compelling was presented by the Leader of the LibDems Sir Vince Cable.

I made a special effort to look at Newsnight and was not surprised that there was not one reference to their conference, the producers preferring to spend twenty minutes on Donald Trump followed by an item on the German elections and Frau Mutty's chances of a fourth term in office.

The BBC's charter and original purpose was to educate and inform through the impartial presentation of a wide selection of "news" - on this evening performance they are failing dismally.

For anyone who is really interested in putting the backbone back into this country - I recommend that they catch up with Sir Vince's speech on the I Player and search the parliamentary channel.
Scfc
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RE: David Davis - a complete idiot!..
Tue 23:46
I agree, an excellent post by wanderingon. ATB, Scfc
deadcatsbounce
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RE: David Davis - a complete idiot!..
Tue 23:38
First posted: Today 10:20 by 'wanderingon'

"Brexit is still generating heat on this board, so I might as well fan the flame. I don't know what the consequence of Brexit will be for the UK. What I do know is that from a date in 2019:

- I and my family will no longer be allowed to travel freely in one of the safest parts of the world
- live freely in one of the most beautiful parts of the world
- Be free to work in one of the most economically vibrant parts of the world.

How this is likely to increase our rights and freedom is beyond me...

I also know that a lot of old people are wondering why they voted to leave.
They are:

- Seeing inflation's affect on their savings
- Hearing their highly educated children say they will seriously consider looking outside the UK for employment
- Are subject to a daily diet of political silliness and aggressive comment from leavers.

I know this because they've told me.

I also know of some young people who rue not voting as they now realise their votes to remain could possibly have tipped the balance the other way.

I'm not too sure what British values actually are but tolerance, acceptance and inclusion and are up there somewhere.

I don't think our efforts to leave the EU reflect these values, being more about intolerance of others, an unwillingness to compromise and a desire to isolate ourselves in the world. And yet the leave camp. as they wave their Union Jacks, continually claim these attributes now reflect what it is to be British. They do not, or perhaps I'm just not British enough..."

Quality post...

Meanwhile the leave camp still have their heads in the clouds....
jamesroo
Posts: 1,366
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:66.00
wells fargo or goldman sachs
Tue 22:18
When in a previous post i put forward the above stated Banks may have their eye on Lloyds it was a tongue in cheek remark.Given Chicago holding i am reviewing my position.Surely it is not possible that we could be sold to a foreign entity.
Dropzone
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RE: long
Tue 20:41
You didn't read my post ay all.




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