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Lloyds Share Chat (LLOY)



Share Price: 64.37Bid: 64.37Ask: 64.38Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.01Spread as %: 0.02%Open: 64.18High: 64.56Low: 63.92Yesterday’s Close: 64.37


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Wids
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RE: LLOY - Earnings per share adjus..
Today 18:19
Typo - SDRs, not ADRs.
 
Wids
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RE: LLOY - Earnings per share adjus..
Today 18:16
Tivvi01 - Lehman's was insolvent and deemed a lost cause....as apposed to liquidity crunch.

Take your pick as to the winners and losers in the crisis. Starting from a skint base and heavily indebted governments - the mind boggles. Cap in hand to the IMF and ADRs. It will make 08 look tame.
Wids
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RE: Mick
Today 16:42
Yeah. Monty was a throw off from WW1, "if only i had 60,000 more men" wouldn't dream of questioning his own tactics. Pompous ar$e.
mick-b
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RE: Mick
Today 16:31
Sounds a brilliant event Wids....
You know Monty did have a double in the War...both were crap imo.
I'm a Patten man. He was far more aggressive... even with his injured men.
Wanted to carry on & finish the Russians off...declaring we might as well fight them now than later on.
Think he was then sacked by Ike.
ATB
Wids
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Mick
Today 15:31
Just met Monty & Eisenhower WW2 celebration in the Cotswolds. All the kit jeeps, old buses, cars, everyone dressed in 40s style. Singing the old war time favorites. Couldn't get near enough to Monty to say he was crap...lol
mick-b
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RE: Fact for today,
Today 14:02
The original patron saint of England was St Edmund, but his influence began to wane when Richard the Lionheart adopted St George as the protector of his army whilst on crusade. Edmund was finally replaced when King Edward III formed the Order of the Garter in St. George's name in 1350 and made him the Patron Saint of England. The cult of the Saint was further advanced by King Henry V at the battle of Agincourt in northern France.
http://www.historic-uk.com/HistoryUK/HistoryofEngland/St-George-Patron-Saint-of-England/
CHEERS 🥂
freya
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Fact for today,
Today 13:33
St George patron saint of England was an immigrant so was St Andrew patron saint of Scotland, only Wales has a local national, St David, off out now for Sunday lunch, have a lovely St George's day.
Tivvi01
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RE: LLOY - Earnings per share adjus..
Today 12:39
Weren't Jewish.
mick-b
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RE: LLOY - Earnings per share adjus..
Today 12:38
Tivvi01.
With hindsight it's generally agreed Lehmann brothers was a bad mistake.
Immediately after declaring Lehmann bankrupt the markets started to crash.
Panic and lack of trust in any bank throughout the West forced a massive credit crunch.
Only massive Government intervention averted a complete financial collapse.
ATB
freya
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RE: LLOY - Earnings per share adjus..
Today 12:36
So the bank was ethnically cleansed then Tiv ?




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