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Lloyds Share Chat (LLOY)

Share Price: 55.88Bid: 55.88Ask: 55.90Change: 0.53 (+0.96%)Riser - Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.02Spread as %: 0.04%Open: 53.50High: 56.01Low: 53.25Yesterday’s Close: 55.35

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Happy/ w2ids
Today 21:49
28p my forecast by 31/12/ 17 .brexit will have kicked in by then, and EU will be cracking at the seams . Today, mega manipulation , never spotted this behaviour before.
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come back year
Today 20:50
Wiids is right, 2017 will be the year of the black horse! Government out of the way,inflation up so interest rates up and dividends up! £1.50 by end of next year! KTF
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RE: Share manipulated
Today 20:25
£40billion MCAP, I don't think the MMS can quite manipulate this, lol. You spend too much time on AIM?
Posts: 35
Share manipulated
Today 20:18
I don't mind the share price being manipulated as I know it has to go up.

I do however object to the way the media (motley fool, telegraph and Gardian) seem to work in harmony negative drivel only to see the ....pigs heading to the trough to fill their snouts lol.
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Today 19:38

"It was ironic territorial concessions by AH-O himself triggered the worst of a conflict that will set banks back over £35bn. In 2011, he dropped challenges to claims consumers had been mis-sold payment protection cover. Everyone thought the “show” would be over by Christmas and cost Lloyds only £3.5bn.

Ironic too that in a broadcast to the nation via a media call on Wednesday, AH-O claimed credit for reimbursing taxpayers £17bn via share sales and dividends. That was also Lloyds’ running total for PPI provisions."

"Lloyds has announced a 40 basis point increase in core capital buffers to 13.4 per cent after ordinary dividends. But Bernstein analysts see this as propaganda to boost morale. Deduct 80 basis points for a change to the valuation of gilts, and Lloyds would undershoot the 13 per cent target at which special dividends are paid."
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RE: So what happened?
Today 19:35
IMPO, the MMS have hiked the price briefly so that they can dump a load of sells tomorrow and yes, I am a holder.

After all, if part of Uncle Sam's land is starting to act like a headless chicken(HC syndrome), then contagion is likely amongst the neighbour's birds.

If proved wrong, I will grovel as is necessary.

Posts: 65
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Today 18:53
Supportive Lex article.
Posts: 577
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RE: Comeback?
Today 18:51
62p before Xmas. Possibly.

However 2017:

HMG 100% out

PPI paid for

Interest rates up to halt inflation and prop up £.

Rising dividends.

The Year of the Black Horse (at last).
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So what happened?
Today 18:24
Why the turn around from a loss to a gain?.
Posts: 133
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Opinion:Weak Buy
Today 18:22
At least i have found out where my stolen lawnmower engine is.A self build or was it VW.

Not a bad day,1% is still a win.

Cheers to all.

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