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Lloyds Share Chat (LLOY)



Share Price: 71.93Bid: 71.92Ask: 71.93Change: -1.17 (-1.60%)Faller - Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.01Spread as %: 0.01%Open: 73.16High: 73.25Low: 71.55Yesterday’s Close: 73.10


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longtimeinvestor
Posts: 716
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Price:71.92
RE: Runaway horse
Today 15:40
up nearly 4p in 2 weeks, so I don't consider that a fall
 
longtimeinvestor
Posts: 716
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Price:71.96
RE: Corbyn
Today 15:38
Anyone voting for the Liberal Undemocrat party purely on the basis that they want a 2nd referendum with one of the options being to stay in the EU should be ashamed .If for other reasons that's fair enough.

tuition fees , a bribe
social care. You either have a system whereby care in a carehome or you own home is totally funded by taxpayers or a system where the people getting the care pay. Not where one group pays and the other not. So people not voting for the conservatives due to the homecare policy are happy with the current inequality.
A far worse tax which includes a home whether you have had care or not is inheritance tax. At least with homecare you are getting a service for the money. Inheritance tax is money paid simply for dying
Jimiley
Posts: 847
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Price:72.04
Runaway horse
Today 15:28
Does anybody have a clue why the run away horse has fallen at the first?
Jinkar
Posts: 107
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Price:72.05
RE: Corbyn
Today 15:22
LTI,
if Labour are to win they are banking on;
getting out the voters who don't normally vote (politicians all the same brigade)

Lib dems taking back some seats in the south west (punishing lib dem last time)

Tory voters not voting (social care)

Tories / ukippers other far right parties. (social care ...tuition fees).

Talking to people around me tuition fees is a big deal. BOMAD and now grandparents.
longtimeinvestor
Posts: 716
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Price:72.01
RE: Corbyn
Today 14:56
NBC
Well done on your Brexit vote gamble
Newbrexitchurch
Posts: 154
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Price:72.06
RE: Corbyn
Today 14:52
I sold all shares before brexit vote and bought in at deep discounts after and wouldn't mind the same again. If they don't drop buying back in a little higher is worth the safe bet of not being in for a big drop if that charlatan gets in. I agree with the ftse going higher as the pound seems like it's in for another down leg that's if there's no shock in the vote again...
longtimeinvestor
Posts: 716
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Price:71.98
RE: Corbyn
Today 14:44
NBC
That doesn't appear to be the case at the moment , in fact less so than a week ago with the ftse at an all time high.
At the start of the year, I posted on here that the FTSE could be creeping close to 8000 this year, and the market would still not be overvalued compared to the DOW
Newbrexitchurch
Posts: 154
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Price:71.96
RE: Corbyn
Today 14:36
I got mocked on this chat last week for saying there might be election bargains... Now labour seem to be gaining them bargains might be available after all
longtimeinvestor
Posts: 716
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Price:71.95
RE: Corbyn
Today 14:30
I cannot see where enough extra votes for labour would come from. Labour will still not get a seat in Scotland. I imagine the vast majority out of the 4 million who voted UKIP last time, but switch this time, will be a switch to the Conservatives. So probably an extra 2 million votes for them. A very large amount of people would have to be taken in by bribes to more than counteract that. Any chance of labour winning would have to be by a very large number of people switching from conservatives to labour
longtimeinvestor
Posts: 716
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Price:72.08
RE: longtimeinvestor
Today 14:17
Lloyds share price may or may not go below 70 in the short term. My answer of 'NO' was more to do with the fact that I do not short shares. I don't want to make money out of a companies slide in fortunes. If I felt a stock was over valued I would simply sell if I was a holder, else wait for a non held stock to fall to a level that I felt comfortable with as a purchase.
A fall in Lloyds would be of no concern. My post Q1 valuation is a minimum 75p and with confirmed progress confirmed in 2 months time, a push into the 80's




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