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Share Price: 61.36Bid: 61.42Ask: 61.44Change: -0.31 (-0.50%)Faller - Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.02Spread as %: 0.03%Open: 61.82High: 62.26Low: 61.19Yesterday’s Close: 61.67


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Petanqueplayer
Posts: 1,289
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RE: Petanqueplayer
Today 22:00
Hi Mick. tis only luck Mick. Cannot claim skill with my average record
 
jayfax
Posts: 1,964
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RE: SP
Today 21:29
..not just chlorine..
jayfax
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RE: SP
Today 21:28
I am starting to think somethings being added to British tap water.
jayfax
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RE: SP
Today 21:27
Check your calendar Graham. What month is it?
snige
Posts: 2,073
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RE: Snige
Today 21:23
Your right John i'll never meet your expectations.

Just popping out to shorten me life-ha
Gate13Boy
Posts: 610
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Price:61.36
RE: SP
Today 21:21
They won’t put them up Graham is the probable answer and the City has seen through it.
grahamsturman
Posts: 1,358
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Price:61.36
SP
Today 21:19
can anyone tell me why BOE are likely to put up IR in August which Lloyd's will benefit from yet the SP goes down just proves once again what a crap share this is
utrickytrees
Posts: 2,826
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Price:61.36
RE: Britain's place in the world
Today 20:55
DJ their not straight talkers, most eu members are nett beneficiaries only a couple of us are financial contributors, theyre only in it for what they can take from the alliance. Like the UK the US have had their had enough of all the shoulder shruggers...theres no accountability see another quango waste of time.
john46
Posts: 1,462
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Snige
Today 20:54
jayfax
Posts: 1,964
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RE: Britain's place in the world
Today 20:49
One interest and point you often do refer to - which we share similarly strong views on - are your frequent references to world population and the environment. We agree on it in many ways, though less so on some of the best ways to view it.
jayfax
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RE: Britain's place in the world
Today 20:44
Richard
Hmm I could have shown a little forbearance and done without my last reply. I am going to go as far as to apologise and see where that gets me. Even though you had a little dig at me, it wouldn't have hurt me to let it go.
desertjoe
Posts: 9
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Price:61.36
RE: Britain's place in the world
Today 20:41
spyonthe wall "Britain was happily minding its own business trading with the world until confronted by the despotic Germans a couple of times in the early half of the last century".

You seem to have forgotten that in the previous centuries (before Federal Germany was created) you had a problem with the French. Fortunately Napoleon also got it wrong and paid the price in the Russian winter around 1812 or so. Nice one, snige, reminding us of the repeat version in WWII.

Before that, when England still held a chunk of France, you had a great time knocking off Spanish treasure ships. Either way for a thousand years you were rather committed to your own brand of imperially ruling (and exploiting) the lands of others.

My impression is that many in "perfidious Albion" think of the USA as some kind of errant child of their descent. However the "English" do not form the largest ethnic group on my side of the pond. We have had some 20th Century heroes....Roosevelt, General Eisenhower, Admiral Nimitz ....not exactly British chaps by their surnames.. Right now, in the corridors of power we have McConnell, Ryan (Irish - they always spell "trouble"don't they?) and imho worst of all...Trump (what do you expect - his granddad was German!) Just for the record my great-great ancestors were Yorkshire/Ulster ( eyyup to be shure).

Let's face it, maybe you were never suited to be part of the rest of Europe anyway and in any position less than "top dog" in any form of federation or economic union. De Gaulle evidently thought so. My own opinion is that your delegates to the EU should have been more vigorous in erasing some of the crazier trends in Brussels and you should have voted to "remain" while you sort those foreigners out good and proper. The good outcome of the European Union has been all the years of peace with your neighbors.
jayfax
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RE: JOHN
Today 20:40
Mick - re war statistics - no doubt many millions died in the harsh weather and from starvation and disease as you realise too. Its often what kills most I think. Sometimes just because of disruption and sometimes by design.
jayfax
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RE: Britain's place in the world
Today 20:30
Richard
Actually saying I was "baffled" was a polite way of saying you are as thick as mince - had the wrong end of the stick as usual - and had dived in - as usual - in a weedy disguise of faux indignation to justify going off on a rant on subjects you lost arguments on long ago. You should quit while you are ahead and people are being kind to you.
snige
Posts: 2,073
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RE: Snige
Today 20:24
John,we is the BoE and the intention long term is to normalise rates at around 4-5%.The new normal medium term is 2-2.5%.Is it not G7 aim to get back to normal rates of interest?.
utrickytrees
Posts: 2,826
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RE: Mick
Today 20:23
Absolutly J46, Professor Jordan Peterson is worth a look on u tube if your not familiar with him hes 'in' atm. Socialism darlings Mao & Stalin are the blueprint for a modern EU, when it all goes wrong the fallout will be similarly murderous...just a matter of time.
SUFCESSEX
Posts: 6,498
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Price:61.36
RE: JOHN
Today 20:22
And I don't call you Mad Mick for nothing

Hahahaha

Idiots are posting tonight
stagecoach
Posts: 611
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:61.36
RE: SP decline - - why
Today 20:21
oldjaybee. Brexit remains the overriding core issue for UK focused banks. until there is a successful conclusion to the Brexit negotiations downward pressure on share price will continue.
mick-b
Posts: 5,361
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Price:61.36
JOHN
Today 20:19
Thank you m8
This article is well worth a read....it's horrendous
Top of the list of Dictators who killed the most is Mao Zedong
minimum estimate for Cultural Revolution dead (400,000). Highest death toll estimates go up to 70 million.
https://about-history.com/list-of-dictatorships-by-death-toll-the-top-10-biggest-killers-in-history/
Stay well and safe
mick
stagecoach
Posts: 611
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Price:61.36
RE: SP decline - - why
Today 20:19
oldjaybee. Brexit remains the overriding core issue for UK focused banks. until there is a successful conclusion to the Brexit negotiations downward pressure on share price will continue.
SUFCESSEX
Posts: 6,498
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Price:61.36
RE: Oldjaybee
Today 20:17
John

Stop posting rubbish Lloyds banking group does not give mortgages 120% of value
john46
Posts: 1,462
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Price:61.36
Mick
Today 19:59
Good to have you back my friend .

How many people did Stalin kill in the purges?
"Many historians have suggested that Stalin was responsible for death total of around 20 million, citing much higher victim totals from executions, Gulag camps, deportations and other causes. Simon Sebag Montefiore suggested that Stalin was ultimately responsible for the deaths of between 20 and 25 million people.."
Number of deaths in the Soviet Union under Joseph Stalin - ...
https://en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Number...

Socialists need to place statistics in perspective ! They're either not right bright or brainwashed .

ATB
oldjaybee
Posts: 462
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Price:61.36
RE: jayfax
Today 19:58
Wids....the same kind of research you - and the rest of us - endeavour to do. My request was an overview of what's been happening at LLO.....because to my mind this company still seems robust and I wondered about the SP decline. A straightforward question to which I'd hoped for a piece of guidance. Oh,and I've been away on my hols over the last 2 weeks....hence my query.
And,Bob....I am no supporter of Trump....I would be pushed to find anyone who is. What I meant was - well,the world is still turning,we had the "historic" handshake (Kim/the Donald) and all is RELATIVELY relaxed on that front.
I'd hoped upon my return from my hols that LLO SP may have risen a tad. Let's stick to LLO and,I repeat,can anybody here explain the decline in the SP? If not,then join me in waiting for the inevitable rise in our fortunes. Meanwhile,I'm going to watch some football on the box. GLA holders. OJB.
john46
Posts: 1,462
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Price:61.36
Oldjaybee
Today 19:47
Lloy is giving out mortgages on property that is +20% overpriced to true values . You need to look at bigger picture and Macro factors . MMs know that , Lloy BOD know it , and most folk live in hope .

ATB
mick-b
Posts: 5,361
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:61.36
SNIGE
Today 19:44
Statistics on how many Russians died in World War Two vary widely. Some sources say that the Soviet Union had over 20,000,000 casualties, both military personnel and civilians, but these figures are under dispute. During Soviet rule, all information regarding casualties was kept secret, making it hard to find the records today. The Russian Academy of Sciences calculated a total of 26.6 million for the total population, while the Russian Ministry of Defense released figures suggesting military losses of 8.7 million. This figure however conflicts with that of the Central Defense Ministry Archive, which published about 14 million military men’s names. Other historians and researchers recon that the total amount of Soviet people who died during WW2 is closer to 40 million.

https://www.historyonthenet.com/how-many-russians-died-in-ww2/




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