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Lloyds Share Chat (LLOY)



Share Price: 65.72Bid: 65.72Ask: 65.75Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.03Spread as %: 0.05%Open: 65.93High: 66.18Low: 65.72Yesterday’s Close: 65.72


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deadcatsbounce
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RE: Crowdfund our Brexit Bill
Tue 23:19
Clamp, on tenterhooks here!

Budget tomorrow!!!

Get you olives in before 'the craic' starts!!!

https://groceries.asda.com/shelf/tapas-olives-antipasti/olives/_/113219
 
jayfax
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RE: Crowdfund our Brexit Bill
Tue 23:16
Clamp I don't know what money you mean for the Brexit bill. Better the 40 billion was invested or put into the NHS though. Imagine the difference it would make.
Clamp
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Crowdfund our Brexit Bill
Tue 22:55
Now there's a controversial idea to leave you to ponder overnight. DCB and Jayfax can pay double the average.
Wids
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RE: RE New year prediction
Tue 22:46
Correct again maldim. The intoxicating lure of ownership with little fear in an unstable world environment.
Wids
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RE: New year prediction
Tue 22:39
Correct Clamp. Forced change will happen through economic collapse.
maldim
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RE New year prediction
Tue 22:23
Absolutely spot on. For £125.00 a week near me,you can get a brand new 3bed house,small garden at the front and a large one at the rear,a drive for two cars.energy efficient and no repair bills in the future. you must be working .why would you want to own your own home?.there are also europeans living in them/why risk a 25 year mortgage given trend for lack of job security and falling wages in real terms.keep posting,you see the reality.GL
jayfax
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Britain China
Tue 22:05
Not so sure. Regardless of Brexit and lack of investment, Britain's a great country. We argue about what's best which is only right but there's no reason to do Britain or its people down. Its not the power it was, but nor is any country for that matter, more countries have developed now. But the UKs still a great country. The Chinese invest a lot.

https://www.standard.co.uk/comment/comment/liu-xiaoming-chinese-investment-in-the-uk-is-an-opportunity-not-a-threat-a3616376.html
Clamp
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RE: New year prediction
Tue 21:55
Is it any wonder? Any politician or party that tries to do something constructive for the long term benefit of the country are voted out because the vast majority of people can not stand short-term pain for the longer term gain. Sure we've managed to keep the ship steady through austerity measures but that was out of necessity rather than for a building ofd the country. A brave new world after brexit - yet most van't see further than a temporary dip in the value of their shares - how can this country be entrpreneurial when even those who have some money are unwilling to 'back' Britain plc?
Davielad
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RE: New year prediction
Tue 20:44
You are correct Newchurch, but to make matters worse, successive Governments have done nothing to encourage or incentivise the aspirational or entrepreneurial. All they can think about is squeezing as much tax as they can out of the hard working, while rewarding the indolent. Tomorrows budget will be no different!..... It's all a complete fcuk up
Newchurch
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RE: New year prediction
Tue 20:28
With the entire beautiful planet available and crying out for investment, why on earth would the Chinese 'invest' in a country which once had, to the horror of the now brainwashed PC generation, it's yes immoral glory, profitable days many decades ago, and now that immorally gained wealth and prestige is now mostly gone, forever.

Welfare, allowing the unemployed and even the controversial sick to expect and get a living standard as high, and often higher than someone working hard, can only encourage the freeloader of the world as well as our own to drain the remaining wealth from this land, hence the lowering of living standards for many.

Something which we have always experienced to a degree but never as now enough to cause massive issue until the population of this land was artificially swelled beyond belief, with no end in sight of that ceasing.

There was a time for the working classes that IF you told your friends you were going to have another baby, people would say 'you will have to work a bit harder or longer hours'. Now, for working class paid people the more children you have, often the less hours you have to do as income is topped up.

With the worlds poor now having access to such info, that fact, didn't take long to go viral due to internet cafes, mobile phones etc, hence the understandable never ending, influx, bettering their lot in life, whilst lowering the living standards for those indigenous and earlier immigrants already based here.

Only the employers gain, from almost slave labour wages and conditions, and hence as it is that ilk who make the rules that is why the issue can never be solved.

So I imagine the Chinese wish to invest in growing economies where they are given a free hand, not one with more red tape than a than a electrical wholesalers where 'partly' due to the issues above will never again be a growing percentage of home owners, but finding solace instead in the latest phone and other tat.




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