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Share Price: 67.42Bid: 67.41Ask: 67.43Change: 0.02 (+0.03%)Riser - Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.02Spread as %: 0.03%Open: 67.27High: 67.67Low: 67.18Yesterday’s Close: 67.40


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Trent700
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RE: deadcatsbounce
Today 09:37
Yes he is. I'm surprised he still gets the time of day on here.
 
Asperger1
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Corbyn - a complete idiot!
Today 09:22
Corbyn's brexit policy demonstrates zero respect for the vote

https://imgflip.com/i/20yvxl

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sheargold
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deadcatsbounce
Today 09:17
I think you are willing brexit to fail so you can say i told you so for goodness sake man you lost the vote and no amount of carping on the side lines will change the vote of the people. You should be willing the talks to succeed so we can move on and make Britain great again and a proud independent nation.
Asperger1
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Possible interest rate rise
Today 09:17
Fed widely expected to increase interest rates – Lloyds Bank

The US Federal Reserve (Wed) will decide on policy today and is widely expected to increase interest rates for the third time this year, to 1.5%, according to analysts at Lloyds Bank.

https://www.fxstreet.com/news/fed-widely-expected-to-increase-interest-rates-lloyds-bank-201712130716

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deadcatsbounce
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RE: David Davis - a complete idiot!..
Today 09:04
Porcorum time again lads!!!

PMQs today lads..
Asperger1
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RE: Mr Blobby case
Today 09:02
Edmonds was initially seeking £300m from Lloyds, a sum which was arrived at in the initial claim against the bank before forensic accountants were appointed.

The case was put into mediation due to the significant compensation sought, and forensic accountants paid for by litigation funding were appointed and assessed that damages suffered by Edmonds were closer to £70m.

By the end of the mediation process, the TV presenter said he was willing to accept just £10m to drop the claim – but Lloyds' counter-offer was much lower.

“We recognise Mr Edmonds suffered personal distress and inconvenience as a result of him interacting almost a decade ago with an ex-HBOS employee convicted earlier this year in relation to criminal conduct at HBOS Reading Impaired Assets office,” said a Lloyds spokesperson. “However, we strongly refute that this caused his business to collapse.”

http://www.cityam.com/277420/no-deal-noel-edmonds-offer-accept-gbp10m-compensation

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eviking
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RE: Lloyd's Santa rally
Tue 23:14
Ho ho ho so presumably predicteable yes the black horse do like a Xmas rally. Honestly almost a traditional fan fare....
Asperger1
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RE: Mr Blobby case
Tue 22:13
Correction -
So that a total of 66 businesses affected

As of Nov, out of the 63 under the normal review scheme
~34 claims finalised,
~7 offers pending acceptance
~10 awaiting an offer
~12 business owners yet to submit claim information
Current review offers have utilized £29m from the £100m total set aside

Plus 3 claims being assessed separately,
1x settled (Mr&Mrs Turner) undisclosed amount
2x pending inc Mr Blobby

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Asperger1
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RE: Mr Blobby case
Tue 21:47
The couple who spent 10 years investigating a multimillion-pound fraud at HBOS have settled their claim for compensation with Lloyds Banking Group, which took over the bank at the height of the financial crisis.

A statement said the bank and the Turners were “pleased that the dispute between them has been fully resolved and a settlement has been reached”.

Nikki and Paul Turner said they were “relieved and delighted” they had agreed a settlement with the bank.

“Lloyds has recognised not only our role in campaigning for the victims of the HBOS Reading scandal, but also that we will be continuing our work on behalf of other victims in order to help them secure a similar element of closure,” they said.

The fraudulent activities at HBOS Reading took place between 2003 and 2007 and Lloyds has set aside £100m to compensate businesses affected.

The claims are being assessed by Prof Russel Griggs, but about a dozen of the 63 business that are part of his review are yet to provide him with information about their cases.

Lloyds has offered £29m to 42 businesses, about 80% of which have accepted their deals.

The Turners’ company, along with two other businesses including one owned by Noel Edmonds, are not part of the formal review.

https://www.theguardian.com/business/2017/nov/30/tireless-couple-who-investigated-hbos-settle-claim-with-lloyds

So that a total of 66 businesses affected
As of Nov, out of the 63 under the normal review scheme
~41 claims finalised, utilizing £29m from the £100m set aside
~10 submitted claims yet to finalise
~12 pending information about their claim

Plus 3 claims being assessed separately,
1x settled
2x pending inc Mr Blobby

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Happyhead
Posts: 186
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Lloyd's Santa rally
Tue 21:39
Freya. Santa rally has just started and 70p will be past by Christmas! Ho ho ho when Mr Carney has to hint on interest rises as inflation rises and brexit talks remain positive! KTF lloyders with this volatile nag.




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