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Share Price: 65.67Bid: 65.73Ask: 65.76Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.03Spread as %: 0.05%Open: 65.97High: 0.00Low: 0.00Yesterday’s Close: 65.67


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deadcatsbounce
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RE: David Davis - a complete idiot!..
Today 08:42
Second Brexit referendum would see UK vote to remain in EU, new poll analysis shows
‘Bluntly, older, mainly Leave, voters are dying – and younger, mainly Remain, voters are joining the electorate,’ expert says

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/brexit-eu-second-referendum-vote-leave-remain-swing-poll-a8371451.html

Nice...
 
Gate13Boy
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RE: Italy
Today 08:34
The EU are almost Mafia-like in their controlling ways. They are anti-democratic (look at the number of unelected bureaucrats they have in positions of power). Will be interesting to see how Italy pans out.
Asperger1
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Britain's most beautiful bank
Today 08:18
'Britain's most beautiful bank' opposite Royal Courts of Justice could be turned into a giant Wetherspoon pub

https://www.standard.co.uk/news/london/britains-most-beautiful-bank-opposite-royal-courts-of-justice-could-be-turned-into-wetherspoon-pub-a3848756.html

#Shhh, don't tell the algo's
A1
jamesroo
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Italy
Today 08:01
Surprise to none, EL PRESIDENTE cannot get the pro EU government he wants in particular a Finance Minister stupid enough to stay in the Euro.
Remember you heard it here first,thanks to the many posters that see the world as it is.A lot to be gained here if the time wasters and collaborators were kicked out.
Italy I hope is not as daft as Greece or Cyprus were.
Spain next?
TheFarEnd
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Re: Try again.
Sun 23:34
It's a complete farce, but that's Italian politics for you, come to think about it that sums up the EU as well.
I guess the Italian president was told by, no ordered, by Brussels to reject the proposed finance minister.
They'll be putting their own PM in there again just like before, that's democracy EU style.
jayfax
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Try again
Sun 23:15
All bets off in Roma - next election due Autiumn ?
TheFarEnd
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Re: Curious.
Sun 23:14
"As the share price ebbs monthly ever lower."
Average SP over the last 12 month's = 66.87p
Average SP over the last month = 65.89p
Closing SP last Friday 65.56p in the same ballpark IMO, hardly ebbing away (WL, NC, K)?
john46
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DCB
Sun 23:08
Judging by your recent posts , I assume our wavelengths have converged at long last and that you have finally attained ENLIGHTENMENT .

I also assume , that should you not sell up your losses will be multiples of £100k .

ATB
Kern
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Curious
Sun 21:53
that with Gov out, PPI ending, most bad debt passed on, dividends and buybacks in place, AND the FT at such dizzy heights, that Lloyds is ebbing away, confidence lower than the share price, as the milestones, which gave such hope, have now been achieved, and yet still buyers are not convinced of Lloyds future.

Whilst much may be blamed upon Brexit, imo, a deeper underlying cause is that UK banks will have future profits curtailed by HMG policies, whichever party we are saddled with.

The aim of the game from HMG perspective, naturally will be to keep the whole economy from going under. Governments will, therefore have little concern about individual shareholders making any capital gain.

Banks will never be the cash cows they once were for shareholders, and HMG will skim off the cream first imo. Semi skimmed at best. The CEO knows he doesn't have to pay out much more, as where else in the current and foreseeable climate can anyone get a higher yield?


As the share price ebbs monthly ever lower, the yield rises higher, thus keeping us bobbing about until ever more dire news, some genuine, some fabricated is the catalyst to bring down Lloyds to new yearly lows, with the expected crash in the markets adding futher risk, and certain misery to all those invested.
utrickytrees
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RE: A Friend of Mine
Sun 21:35
DCB, goin globe friday for some hot thesbian action




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