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Share Price: 55.49Bid: 55.49Ask: 55.50Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.01Spread as %: 0.02%Open: 56.24High: 56.27Low: 55.41Yesterday’s Close: 55.49

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RE: Vtilla
Today 01:33

Some mothers do have em

Sorry to post so late Or is it early

Is this all a smoke screen for something much bigger that is happening

Just taken my Meds and I tend to ramble quite shortly afterwards

Just checked my account with the black horse and quests what Correct. No money for the divi

I know it is early I will check later in the day

Back to bed now
Good luck with all the trades tomorrow everyone
I will surface at 10
Probably aching all over
Night all

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Today 00:16
Sorry to seem a bit thick,But where does the 40% come from, Last i heard it was 9%.
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RE: Reasons to buy / not to buy Llo..
Today 00:09
The yield is now nearer 4-5% and it is only 9% gov-owned. Scfc
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RE: Reasons to buy / not to buy Llo..
Today 00:05
2% divi yield, covered 2x+.

Positive earnings.

40% owned by UK Gov.

Safe as a bank can be these days!!!
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Reasons to buy / not to buy Lloyds
Thu 23:13
Open question to anyone on here ?

Thoughts please
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RE: Wids
Thu 22:51
Dierich - understand mate believe me.
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RE:RE: Deutsche Bank
Thu 22:23
Brussels will probably have to rewrite the Rule Book regarding State participation in the EU Banking Sector. The scale and magnitude of the crisis effecting the German and Italian Banking system is that serious they will have no other option but to do so.

However like you say there will be massive dilution for shareholders of those Banks involved, and could be quite severe haircuts for the creditors.
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Thu 22:19
Thanks for the reply, had our fair share of problems but laugh them off.
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Thu 22:16
has been and still is, risk adverse, since the 1920's era. (hyperinflation).
So I doubt these huge DB debt levels exist that the media imply.
DB have indeed part or fully funded the bail outs of the profligate Greek governments.
But have seized many Greek assets as collateral in the process.
While many Greek Government institutions/assets under the 3rd bail out conditions will be privatised.
Guess who gets the proceeds.....

Much like the VW scandal where accordingly to many OTT reports VW would collapse.
They never did and never will IMO.

Anyway unwise to gleefully hope that German banks or the Eurozone collapses anytime soon.
As the UK, it's banks and our investments will face a massive fallout.
While the UK contributes large funds to the IMF & the World bank.
IMO Buy GOLD if anybody really believes the worst will happen.
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Germany Banks
Thu 22:04
DUE BANK must be saved and will be. Guys Merkel helps out other nations and not its own banjs thus will be a bigger hit for Merkel. What ever she does will be unpopular but not as unpopular as letting her biggest bank collapse.

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