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Lloyds Share Chat (LLOY)



Share Price: 68.84Bid: 68.84Ask: 68.85Change: 0.17 (+0.25%)Riser - Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.01Spread as %: 0.01%Open: 69.00High: 69.41Low: 68.42Yesterday’s Close: 68.67


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hooky61b
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rising tides
Today 17:34
at what ever the market is
 
utrickytrees
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RE: millennium bug
Today 17:34
Something like mortgage relief has always been around Newchuch i think the government paid the interest on the mortgage after 16 weeks if people were struggling which was nice of them, wont be as widespread as in the days of the 120% mortgage so worry ye not.
Shame about the millennium bug... id have loved to have read your gloomy predictions, still all's not lost with A50 just around the corner - happy days.
hooky61b
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rising tides
Today 17:32
werent they selling circa 73p, and not almost daily
Newchurch
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RE: Rising tides etc
Today 17:18
Mano, strange then that with HMG selling for a long while, the shares were so very much higher, whilst the sells were on, AND back then NOT limited to 15% daily vol.

Find it hard to believe peeps cannot see the real reason why.

HMG have been selling massive amounts for so long. How do you think HMG dropped from 40% to where we are now?

I am sure most of you are blinded by these facts:

HMG been selling for ages and Lloyds were much higher despite them selling unlimited amounts

HMG holdings massively reduced and we still lower than pre vote level

Div improved and we are still lower than pre vote level

Indexes record highs and we are still lower than pre vote level

Jesus, either you are all in denial, or are rampers.

You cannot argue with the above facts.
pastyc
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The Dog of all shares...
Today 17:15
LLOYDS!
Newchurch
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RE: millennium bug
Today 17:10
Unsure what you mean? Do you mean was I on here in 2000? If so, no. I never got into shares until around 8 or 9 years ago now.

I was like many content, to get my reasonable percent interest from the bank, which they could afford to pay by all their mis selling making both them, and I happy.

Another profitable part of their business now gone forever.

IF HMG pressure banks to allow mortgage payers who are struggling 'easy term', at, of course, the shareholders expense, come the Brexit induced pain, just watch the great unwashed jump upon the bandwagon till the axel breaks. As for credit card defaults, I can only imagine who will dip out, and it wont be the CEO or HMG as one, if not both will either be gone or not taking the loss.
Manofleisure
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Rising tides etc
Today 17:07
A rising tide lifts all boats or so the saying goes . Well we now know there is always an exception and it's currently called Lloyds . The stock selling by HMG is so powerful so as to buck the huge bull market set off by the Donald .
utrickytrees
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millennium bug
Today 17:01
Newchurch were you around Y2000? Repost a few...gawan itll be a right laugh - you know you want to.
Newchurch
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RE: Nice to blame it all...
Today 16:48
Suf, you will not look a clown. You have your reasons for assuming Lloyds will come good, as, it is a sound normally risk free bank.

Yet the UK is taking such a plunge into the unknown, none of us, even the P.M does not know of what will happen.

So to my thinking the UK economy is really going to suffer, for a long while, and hence so will Lloyds growth.

Other banks can tap into both rises and falls in the market if they have trading arms, whilst we, meantime are like sitting ducks, awaiting the fate of a small country, highly populated, with massive imports, and rising inflation and falling pound.

Just cant see the future for the UK, and thus cojoined Lloyds improving for years.

Until levels of immigration are cut drastically wages have no need to rise, nor rents to level off, impoverishing would be buyers out of the property market.

Personal debt will rise, and those so called struggling, now, when interest rates rise to curb inflation, will start to sink.

I know many feel HMG constant selling is mostly why we never get too high, and of course it has an effect, but, as HMG have been selling for a long while now, way before the 'vote', then to me it is clear others hold my opinions too that it is BREXIT fears curbing Lloyds a decent banks real potential.

I hope your right for your and my sake, Coco!
Scfc
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RE: LLOYDS SHARES
Today 16:46
Correct - that great myth of manipulating prices to explain when a SP falls against what one believes are strong fundamentals, etc. If you have a direct link to the LSE and get Level 2 data you will see this is all about supply and demand. PS. Don't be misled by the supposed reporting of sells to buys as this is just a guess based on the deal price and mid-price at the time. When the price is falling it is simply because there are more sellers than buyers! ATB, Scfc




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