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Share Price: 70.22Bid: 70.22Ask: 70.25Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.03Spread as %: 0.04%Open: 70.49High: 71.06Low: 69.89Yesterday’s Close: 70.22


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M1k3y
Posts: 916
Research
Opinion:Hold
Price:70.22
EU referendum Poll
Mon 22:50
The Telegraph
EU referendum poll: Pensioners, Tory voters and men are deserting the Brexit campaign
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/05/23/eu-referendum-poll-pensioners-tory-voters-and-men-are-deserting/
 
Newchurch
Posts: 105
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:70.22
Just when you thought it was.....
Mon 21:45
....safe to get back in the water, albeit just the little toe:

http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/NYSE/DB/share-news/Civil-Antitrust-Claims-Reinstated-Against-16-Banks/71552689

The US will have their pound of flesh and then some, check out BP. they know the outcome of litigation costs in the USA.

No wonder those in the know say there is more misery yet to come.
bob6
Posts: 325
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:70.22
at close 21/05/2015
Mon 21:19
Your recently viewed shares Price Change
Lloyds Banking Group plc 70.22p negative -0.17%
Standard Chartered plc 524.50p negative -0.32%
HSBC Holdings plc 427.25p negative -0.47%
Barclays plc 175.70p negative -0.09%
Royal Bank of Scotland Group p 234.10p positive +0.99%

Today's winner was
1. RBS up 0.99%
2.BARCLAYS down 0.9%
3. Lloyds down 0.17%
4. STAN down 0.32%
5. HSBC down 0.47%
fleccy
Posts: 910
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:70.22
RE: fleccy
Mon 18:10
Had a trip out to the Lizard and I mentioned Poldhu Cove to my missus. She was quite interested in checking it out, so we had a look around on our way back. Just spent an hour there, walking on the beach and then up past the care home and the Marconi station. Turned around just after the memorial. We'll probably check it out properly sometime in the near future, as work/weekends allow.
3cardbrag
Posts: 1,221
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:70.22
Osborne and Cameron on Brexit
Mon 18:07
Cameron and Osborne warn that voting brexit will cause earthquakes, bubonic plague, famine, war, collapse of the tunnel, tsunamis, landslides, ice age and floods. What a pair of idiots. Total lack of credibility. Come 24/6 they are out of here!!!!!!!
dunandusted
Posts: 100
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:70.22
fleccy
Mon 17:56
Excellent..lol. You look very well too ..a real person Lol.

So..whilst you're back home you can keep an eye on the cove http://www.seasidecottagescornwall.co.uk/webcam.html
It's such a wonderful place.

I'm told that the Home for the Bewildered on the cliff top to the left las you out to sea is £1200 a week. Yikes. I'd expect to live to 150 at that price lol.
3cardbrag
Posts: 1,221
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:70.22
SG re special div
Mon 17:56
wouldn't be very special if they did it every year. lol
dunandusted
Posts: 100
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:70.22
calisto
Mon 17:51
Agree..It grieves me to see what they've done or rather not done.. over the past 8 years. When the dust settled then the way forward was really to shore-up the defences to some extent and then lend more prudently and the government should have been investing ,especially in infrastructure which would create jobs and have the beneficial side-effect of reducing the social benefits bill. As I say,more prudent lending should have been the order of the day,especially for SMEs. As you know, good businesses have gone under because banks either wouldn't lend,charged extortionate fees, causing bankruptcy or just pulled the plug thus seizing assets at a knock down prices infact Lloyds and RBS were singled out for harsh criticism as I recall.

I feel a lot of sympathy for young people these days. My generation never experienced, or should that be suffered, the stresses youngsters have to deal with now. The UNI fees at the level they are,are a disgrace.Education is an investment. Have a look at this re. other EU countries http://www.studyineurope.eu/tuition-fees

I don't think it's OTT to say the country has lost a generation. Worse still in some other EU countries.Greece reduced to the standards of a third world nation and the Italian banking system in meltdown. and because of all this I think we are in a bubble focusing on HMG's remaining holding of Lloyds and the back of PPI and the referendum. I just have a feeling that It's an Alice in Wonderland world we're in, something's going to come along and cause mayhem. The EZ problems seemed to have been put on the back burner as far as the news of it all is concerned but it's still there rumbling away like the Indonesian volcano Ana Krakatau (Krakatoa)..'Child of Krakatoa',the 1883 eruption.

Sgriffiths 20p a share. ! Brilliant. You certainly don't need to concern yourself about the sp not regaining pre-crash levels for a very long time,you're well up now with the almost certainty (bearing in mind the previous paragraph) of a further substantial gain and I see Petanqueplayer is sure of another special divi.

After watching 10 minutes of the Dave & George scary show this morning I turned the tv off and I don't want to be reminded of it on the evening news either.
fleccy
Posts: 910
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:70.22
Dunandusted
Mon 17:25
Hi d-an-d, I took your advice and checked out Poldhu Cove today. I even managed to take a bad pic while I was there lol

http://postimg.org/image/z9vyo7hjf/
sagaris71
Posts: 6
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:70.22
RE: shares in ISA
Mon 17:18
Asperger1 - thanks for the info. I did think I'd be able to put back what I took out if it came to that but obviously not. Thanks also Private76 - I'll look into the flexible ISA. Took me too long to realise I should have used ISA's but i'm on the right track now. Thanks for advice.




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