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Lloyds Share Chat (LLOY)



Share Price: 67.04Bid: 67.04Ask: 67.06Change: -0.41 (-0.61%)Faller - Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.02Spread as %: 0.03%Open: 67.45High: 67.45Low: 66.63Yesterday’s Close: 67.45


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zoros
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Danage
Today 10:33
FFS nucky - don't you start as well..............
 
NuckyThompson
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RE: LSE Brexit poll
Today 09:53
Nothing to do with immigration for us up in Scotland. The thing that swings it for me is the fact we cant throw hate preachers or terrorists out the country because the EU say it's against their human rights. If we do manage to evict one of them after 10 years trying they then leave 500 dependents / family / relations behind them. If you don't like UK, you, everybody you know and everyone they know should be thrown out by the scruff of their necks.
NuckyThompson
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RE: LSE Brexit poll
Today 09:49
I voted remain for purely financial reasons and my lloyds shares but ive been saying for years and years this isn't right. Shares have taken a bit now anyway so I'm now a leaver
ICL1960
Posts: 63
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Price:66.70
Glacial pace
Today 09:43
Lloyds seems to have become bullet proof, so nothing affects the share price.
I expect the dividend to climb to 4p by 2020, and the share price goes up to ~£1 to match.
So there's three years to watch the grass grow.

Why don't people talk about the 23rd September World is about to End thing.
This is the century where we can take the laptop to bed, and keep asking online: "Has the world ended yet?"
Hide under the duvet on 23rd.
zoros
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Damage
Today 09:33
Even with my fiters screening those 2 dick*eads: Newdchurch and DCB, I'm seeing massive responses from those who have taken their bait.
To the extent that it is seriously damaging the quality of this forum.
It was one of life's small pleasures in the past to be able to quickly dial into this site for a quick update on LLOY. Now it's like reading the SUn newspaper (which i stopped doing about a 100 yrs ago and only now use for emergency toilet paper.

I simply ask this: IF it could be guaranteed that the UK did well in overseas trade, controlled who it wanted to work here, wrote its own rules, paid its own bills. SURELY to God - everyone would want this, for eachother and the nation.

So why, why, why are some people hell bent on driving home the belief that this will and can never happen, when we have never been here before? FFS surely if there is an ounce of fairness in you - why don't you atleast give the country a chance?
IF it fails, then perhaps then you can lash out but until then why don't you channel your energies elsewhere - like commenting on the LLOY share?
You are ruining this damn forum.
Newchurch
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Price:66.89
When..
Today 09:10
....war was declared on Germany by Great Britain, no doubt most were of the opinion that that was the correct thing to do.

Fuelled by adrenaline, with help of the Media, many could not wait to join naively expecting the whole dirty work to be sorted within months.

As months turned into years, as families lost loved ones, as healthy young men, returned broken in body and sometimes in mind, many no doubt questioned whether their earlier thinking was 'right'.

Yet to all those who came back unscathed, to all those who could see that without such sacrifice life for their loved ones, the country they loved would be changed beyond recognition, as indeed would have been the whole world, then to them, the price, although high, was a price worth paying.

Wind the clock forward and now, most of those living today were not directly involved in that awful period of history, yet the benefits of earlier sacrifice of their kith and kin has shaped their very existence and life style that they, and we all take for granted today.

Guess some pain is worth the ultimate gain, just depends on how much one 'personally' is likely to suffer, and of course the unknown factor of 'but' what would life have been like IF we had chosen differently. A question truly impossible to answer.
Trent700
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Price:66.87
RE: LSE Brexit poll
Today 08:38
I voted leave. I still hold that view
VictorBlank
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Deadcatbounce A complete idiot
Today 08:33
Funny that
The whole nation did a poll and it indicated that the majority wanted to leave the EU

Does that paper come a two inch nail and a pair of scissors
Asperger1
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RE: LSE Brexit poll
Today 08:33
Click recommend if you want to LEAVE
Asperger1
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LSE Brexit poll
Today 08:32
Click recommend if you want to REMAIN




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