Of course, it is all down to individual members to decide on their investment but I am not sure if LLOYDS will meet its forecast of 4P dividend by the end of financial year as the economy will suffer to a great extent as we are going forward into darkness with our eyes closed.
RBS and Barclays share trading halts after falls on Monday Mon, 27th Jun 2016 09:36 (ShareCast News) - Trading in Royal Bank of Scotland and Barclays shares was halted in London on Monday morning on volatility after their share prices continued to crater.
RBS was temporarily halted after falling 14.2%, while Barclays was down 11.5%.
I'm not selling, may be stupid, but I don't see that lloyds is a different company today than last week. They are UK focused and will still generate good returns and income. The dividend alone is worth the investment.
Didn't know about RBS. Maybe they should syspebd all banks. I can't recovery to pre vote levels for a long time..can't say a couple if years because that's the Leave timescale. The Commision must be quietly smiling.
The stock market upheaval is bad enough but there's no government,in effect. Anyone having bought in earlier ir in Friday needs a reality check.
Investment goes well with facts and figures but NOT with sweat promises. I have just sold all my shares with a moderate loss today which is far better than a super loss tomorrow. I think any price over 50P is reasonable to have now with the grim outlook we are facing. This is ONLY my viewpoints as I see lots of opportunities to buy it a lot cheaper than the current price in future.
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