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Share Price: 57.00Bid: 57.00Ask: 57.03Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.03Spread as %: 0.05%Open: 51.00High: 60.73Low: 51.00Yesterday’s Close: 57.00


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keltickilla
Posts: 237
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Opinion:Buy
Price:72.15
RE: Well and truly stuffed
Sat 23:31
If we listen to gaff instead of acting on our own research. People need to stop talkin sht. Anyone can tell anyone to go kill themselves. Not everyone can pick someone up, dust them down and put a arm around them and cwtch them as they say in Wales. The EU would love the ftse and other London markets to sink which is the reason for flooding the city with foreign traders.... Get a grip start earning your pound to make the pound great again... That is the unselfish side of the market and that is why you trade. Monday am pull your fingers out if your stars and start making money. . europe will not know what's hit it.
 
Westh1
Posts: 1,599
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:72.15
RE: Well and truly stuffed
Sat 23:15
Which companies? From what I've read big banks such as HSBC and G. Sachs are very much staying put. The Banks may well still be granted access to the single market. The U.K. IS STILL a major global force - the reaction to our independence is proof. If we can secure trade agreements with major counties I.e. Germany who have already said that they are keen, we will be more than fine. So much propaganda..The proof will be in the pudding. I think it's important to remember that any change against the establishment or unknown quantity (I.e. first country exiting the EU) will of course have an initial destabilising affect . GLA.
keltickilla
Posts: 237
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:72.15
Facts are this...
Sat 23:12
You are not getting another referendum...and Wales are through to the quarter finals...I feel for those who have lost money as deep down im a socialist playing a capitalist game. EU wants a quick settlement which they are not getting any time soon. Sheer luck made me a winner on the result not any intellectual knowledge. Those who live there lives on bullsht wine and cheese are the ones who have lost and now you see these persons calling bojo a **** as he's getting into a car ... Well done London city you have now joined the real world.. Bullsht ends and the cold hard truth begins.... This United kingdom was built on hard graft bin your shirts and ties and get yourselves some overalls... Jimmy crankie in scootland is on crack if she thinks she's getting another referendum. Greece will be out now by end of next year. Then france after that the lot. Before you know it moody's etc will be raising our rates... Stop SELLING the country down the the Rhine and grow a pair.... Have faith in this shthole the markets created... We will work we will sweat we will toil until you white collars come along and do things up as usual
blacksabre
Posts: 164
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:72.15
RE: brexit
Sat 23:01
Feel so sorry for teachers, kicked around! Brexit is a tradegy for us all, can't say I feel like spending anything now with all the uncertainty. Have a good w/e.
maldim
Posts: 302
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:57.00
re news headline
Sat 23:00
there is a limited amount of space for comedihens on this board,all vacancies have now gone by a committee vote of 52/48 if you don't like it,get a petition up against it
blacksabre
Posts: 164
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:72.15
Well and truly stuffed
Sat 22:56
Oh but the spirit of the British people and their resilence will get us through, not if companies pull out and relocate, it's already happening! Churchill spirit and all that stuff, it's in the past, it's the beginning of the end of the U.K. Relocate to Scotland before you have to apply for citizenship in 2 years, funnier than you might think! Roll on the predictable rants....
dunandusted
Posts: 235
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:72.15
Education
Sat 22:41
HH..Your youtube link is invalid,it won't work.
Spikeyj
Posts: 14,311
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:72.15
RE: news headline
Sat 22:40
ah, france,
where the chefs
are magnifique,
but horses
are nervous
dunandusted
Posts: 235
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:72.15
nholland12
Sat 22:38
Sounds nice and dandy but the problem is we all but abandoned apprenticeships so we don't have the skills pool required.Blair decided everyone should go to Uni and many saw the mega bucks in the City,why would they want to get their hands dirty but I appreciate there's been a cull in the City post 2008. Also, we don't plan for the future but indulge in short-termism. At least our banks are in a better place with the capitalisation requirements to weather financial storms than they were in 2008.
Uk compared to Germany.
http://www.theguardian.com/global/2016/mar/30/the-uk-could-learn-a-lot-from-germanys-long-term-industrial-strategy
HeresHopin
Posts: 272
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:57.00
RE: news headline
Sat 22:37
The French have elected a horse? Worked for the Romans I guess.




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